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Carrier Proteins
Traber MG, Manor D.  2012.  Vitamin E.. Adv Nutr. 3(3):330-1.
Traber MG.  2005.  Vitamin E regulation.. Curr Opin Gastroenterol. 21(2):223-7.
Traber MG, Siddens LK, Leonard SW, Schock B, Gohil K, Krueger SK, Cross CE, Williams DE.  2005.  Alpha-tocopherol modulates Cyp3a expression, increases gamma-CEHC production, and limits tissue gamma-tocopherol accumulation in mice fed high gamma-tocopherol diets.. Free Radic Biol Med. 38(6):773-85.
Iwaniec UT, Turner RT, Smith BJ, Stoecker BJ, Rust A, Zhang B, Vasu VT, Gohil K, Cross CE, Traber MG.  2013.  Evaluation of long-term vitamin E insufficiency or excess on bone mass, density, and microarchitecture in rodents.. Free Radic Biol Med. 65:1209-1214.
Traber MG, Burton GW, Hamilton RL.  2004.  Vitamin E trafficking.. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1031:1-12.
Miller GW, Ulatowski L, Labut EM, Lebold KM, Manor D, Atkinson J, Barton CL, Tanguay RL, Traber MG.  2012.  The α-tocopherol transfer protein is essential for vertebrate embryogenesis.. PLoS One. 7(10):e47402.
Bella DL, Schock BC, Lim Y, Leonard SW, Berry C, Cross CE, Traber MG.  2006.  Regulation of the alpha-tocopherol transfer protein in mice: lack of response to dietary vitamin E or oxidative stress.. Lipids. 41(2):105-12.
Lim Y, Schock BC, Gohil K, Leonard SW, Packer L, Cross CE, Traber MG.  2004.  Gene-nutrient interactions exemplified by the alpha-tocopherol content of tissues from alpha-tocopherol transfer protein-null mice fed different dietary vitamin E concentrations.. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1031:328-9.
Cell Proliferation
Traber MG, Atkinson J.  2007.  Vitamin E, antioxidant and nothing more.. Free Radic Biol Med. 43(1):4-15.
Chromans
Traber MG, Siddens LK, Leonard SW, Schock B, Gohil K, Krueger SK, Cross CE, Williams DE.  2005.  Alpha-tocopherol modulates Cyp3a expression, increases gamma-CEHC production, and limits tissue gamma-tocopherol accumulation in mice fed high gamma-tocopherol diets.. Free Radic Biol Med. 38(6):773-85.
Mah E, Pei R, Guo Y, Ballard KD, Barker T, Rogers VE, Parker BA, Taylor AW, Traber MG, Volek JS et al..  2013.  γ-Tocopherol-rich supplementation additively improves vascular endothelial function during smoking cessation.. Free Radic Biol Med. 65:1291-1299.
Traber MG, Mustacich DJ, Sullivan LC, Leonard SW, Ahern-Rindell A, Kerkvliet N.  2010.  Vitamin E status and metabolism in adult and aged aryl hydrocarbon receptor null mice.. J Nutr Biochem. 21(12):1193-9.
Leonard SW, Traber MG.  2006.  Measurement of the vitamin E metabolites, carboxyethyl hydroxychromans (CEHCs), in biological samples.. Curr Protoc Toxicol. Chapter 7:Unit7.8.
Bruno RS, Leonard SW, Li J, Bray TM, Traber MG.  2005.  Lower plasma alpha-carboxyethyl-hydroxychroman after deuterium-labeled alpha-tocopherol supplementation suggests decreased vitamin E metabolism in smokers.. Am J Clin Nutr. 81(5):1052-9.
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.
Pei R, Mah E, Leonard SW, Traber MG, Bruno RS.  2015.  α-Tocopherol supplementation reduces 5-nitro-γ-tocopherol accumulation by decreasing γ-tocopherol in young adult smokers.. Free Radic Res. 49(9):1114-1121.

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