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Hummel JM, Madeen EP, Siddens LK, Uesugi SL, McQuistan T, Anderson KA, Turteltaub KW, Ognibene TJ, Bench G, Krueger SK et al..  2018.  Pharmacokinetics of [C]-Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) in humans: Impact of Co-Administration of smoked salmon and BaP dietary restriction.. Food Chem Toxicol. 115:136-147.
Ho E.  2004.  Zinc deficiency, DNA damage and cancer risk.. J Nutr Biochem. 15(10):572-8.
Hilton JBW, Kysenius K, Liddell JR, Mercer SW, Paul B, Beckman JS, McLean CA, White AR, Donnelly PS, Bush AI et al..  2024.  Evidence for disrupted copper availability in human spinal cord supports Cu(atsm) as a treatment option for sporadic cases of ALS.. Sci Rep. 14(1):5929.
Hilton JB, Mercer SW, Lim NKH, Faux NG, Buncic G, Beckman JS, Roberts BR, Donnelly PS, White AR, Crouch PJ.  2017.  Cu(atsm) improves the neurological phenotype and survival of SOD1 mice and selectively increases enzymatically active SOD1 in the spinal cord.. Sci Rep. 7:42292.
Hilton JBW, Kysenius K, Liddell JR, Mercer SW, Paul B, Beckman JS, McLean CA, White AR, Donnelly PS, Bush AI et al..  2024.  Evidence for disrupted copper availability in human spinal cord supports Cu(atsm) as a treatment option for sporadic cases of ALS.. Sci Rep. 14(1):5929.
Hilton JB, Mercer SW, Lim NKH, Faux NG, Buncic G, Beckman JS, Roberts BR, Donnelly PS, White AR, Crouch PJ.  2017.  Cu(atsm) improves the neurological phenotype and survival of SOD1 mice and selectively increases enzymatically active SOD1 in the spinal cord.. Sci Rep. 7:42292.
Hilton JB, Mercer SW, Lim NKH, Faux NG, Buncic G, Beckman JS, Roberts BR, Donnelly PS, White AR, Crouch PJ.  2017.  Cu(atsm) improves the neurological phenotype and survival of SOD1 mice and selectively increases enzymatically active SOD1 in the spinal cord.. Sci Rep. 7:42292.
Hilton JBW, Kysenius K, Liddell JR, Mercer SW, Paul B, Beckman JS, McLean CA, White AR, Donnelly PS, Bush AI et al..  2024.  Evidence for disrupted copper availability in human spinal cord supports Cu(atsm) as a treatment option for sporadic cases of ALS.. Sci Rep. 14(1):5929.
Higdon JV, Frei B.  2005.  Is there a gender difference in the effect of antioxidants on cancer risk? Br J Nutr. 94(2):139-40.
Higdon JV, Frei B.  2006.  Coffee and health: a review of recent human research.. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 46(2):101-23.
Henderson MC, Krueger SK, Stevens JF, Williams DE.  2004.  Human flavin-containing monooxygenase form 2 S-oxygenation: sulfenic acid formation from thioureas and oxidation of glutathione.. Chem Res Toxicol. 17(5):633-40.
Harper TA, Morré J, Lauer FT, McQuistan TJ, Hummel JM, Burchiel SW, Williams DE.  2015.  Analysis of dibenzo[def,p]chrysene-deoxyadenosine adducts in wild-type and cytochrome P450 1b1 knockout mice using stable-isotope dilution UHPLC-MS/MS.. Mutat Res Genet Toxicol Environ Mutagen. 782:51-6.
Harakeh S, Jariwalla RJ.  1991.  Comparative study of the anti-HIV activities of ascorbate and thiol-containing reducing agents in chronically HIV-infected cells.. Am J Clin Nutr. 54(6 Suppl):1231S-1235S.
Han B, Stevens JF, Maier CS.  2007.  Design, synthesis, and application of a hydrazide-functionalized isotope-coded affinity tag for the quantification of oxylipid-protein conjugates.. Anal Chem. 79(9):3342-54.
Hall JA, Bobe G, Vorachek WR, Estill CT, Mosher WD, Pirelli GJ, Gamroth M.  2014.  Effect of supranutritional maternal and colostral selenium supplementation on passive absorption of immunoglobulin G in selenium-replete dairy calves.. J Dairy Sci. 97(7):4379-91.

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