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Tennant KG, Leonard SW, Wong CP, Iwaniec UT, Turner RT, Traber MG.  2017.  High-Dietary Alpha-Tocopherol or Mixed Tocotrienols Have No Effect on Bone Mass, Density, or Turnover in Male Rats During Skeletal Maturation.. J Med Food. 20(7):700-708.
Bobe G, Cobb TJ, Leonard SW, Aponso S, Bahro CB, Koley D, Mah E, Bruno RS, Traber MG.  2017.  Increased static and decreased capacity oxidation-reduction potentials in plasma are predictive of metabolic syndrome.. Redox Biol. 12:121-128.
McDougall M, Choi J, Kim H-K, Bobe G, J Stevens F, Cadenas E, Tanguay R, Traber MG.  2017.  Lethal dysregulation of energy metabolism during embryonic vitamin E deficiency.. Free Radic Biol Med. 104:324-332.
McDougall M, Choi J, Kim H-K, Bobe G, J Stevens F, Cadenas E, Tanguay R, Traber MG.  2017.  Lipid quantitation and metabolomics data from vitamin E-deficient and -sufficient zebrafish embryos from 0 to 120 hours-post-fertilization.. Data Brief. 11:432-441.
Traber MG, Mah E, Leonard SW, Bobe G, Bruno RS.  2017.  Metabolic syndrome increases dietary α-tocopherol requirements as assessed using urinary and plasma vitamin E catabolites: a double-blind, crossover clinical trial.. Am J Clin Nutr. 105(3):571-579.
McDougall M, Choi J, Truong L, Tanguay R, Traber MG.  2017.  Vitamin E deficiency during embryogenesis in zebrafish causes lasting metabolic and cognitive impairments despite refeeding adequate diets.. Free Radic Biol Med. 110:250-260.
McDougall M, Choi J, Truong L, Tanguay R, Traber MG.  2017.  Vitamin E deficiency during embryogenesis in zebrafish causes lasting metabolic and cognitive impairments despite refeeding adequate diets.. Free Radic Biol Med. 110:250-260.

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