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7025Journal Article Reference 1 of 53
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Nutrigenomic approach to understanding the mechanisms by which dietary long-chain fatty acids induce gene signals and control mechanisms involved in carcinogenesis
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Nutrition, 2004, 20, 1, 103-8, 2003/12/31
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7026Journal Article Reference 2 of 53
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An introduction to nutrigenomics developments and trends
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Genes Nutr, 2007, 2, 1, 11-3, 2008/10/14
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7027Journal Article Reference 3 of 53
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We are what we eat? Some thoughts on the governance of nutrigenomics and personalised nutrition
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Genes Nutr, 2007, 2, 1, 63-6, 2008/10/14
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7028Journal Article Reference 4 of 53
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Nutrition tailored to the individual? Not just yet - realigning nutrigenomic science with contemporary society
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J Nutrigenet Nutrigenomics, 2009, 2, 4-5, 184-8, 2010/02/11
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7029Journal Article Reference 5 of 53
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Nutrigenomic targeting of carbohydrate craving behavior: can we manage obesity and aberrant craving behaviors with neurochemical pathway manipulation by Immunological Compatible Substances (nutrients) using a Genetic Positioning System (GPS) Map?
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Med Hypotheses, 2009, 73, 3, 427-34, 2009/05/20
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7030Journal Article Reference 6 of 53
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Nutrigenomic approaches for obesity research
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Obes Rev, 2007, 8 Suppl 1, 77-81, 2007/02/24
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7031Journal Article Reference 7 of 53
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Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics: viewpoints on the current status and applications in nutrition research and practice
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J Nutrigenet Nutrigenomics, 2011, 4, 2, 69-89, 2011/06/01
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7034Journal Article Reference 8 of 53
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Nutrigenomics and inflammatory bowel diseases
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Expert Rev Clin Immunol, 2010, 6, 4, 573-83, 2010/07/03
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7033Journal Article Reference 9 of 53
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Nutrigenomics approaches to functional foods
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J Am Diet Assoc, 2009, 109, 3, 452-8, 2009/03/03
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7032Journal Article Reference 10 of 53
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Nutrigenomics: integrating genomic approaches into nutrition research
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Mol Diagn Ther, 2006, 10, 2, 101-8, 2006/05/04
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7035Journal Article Reference 11 of 53
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Nutrigenomics and gut health
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Mutat Res, 2007, 622, 1-2, 1-6, 2007/06/15
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7036Journal Article Reference 12 of 53
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Nutrigenomics and gut health: meeting report from an international conference in Auckland, New Zealand, April 30, May 1-3, 2006
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Genes Nutr, 2007, 2, 1, 157-60, 2008/10/14
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7037Journal Article Reference 13 of 53
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Future perspectives of nutrigenomics foods: benefits vs. risks
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Indian J Biochem Biophys, 2009, 46, 1, 31-6, 2009/04/21
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7038Journal Article Reference 14 of 53
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Nutrigenomics and personalized diet: from molecule to intervention and nutri-ethics
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OMICS, 2008, 12, 4, 227-8, 2008/12/02
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7039Journal Article Reference 15 of 53
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Awareness and use of direct-to-consumer nutrigenomic tests, United States, 2006
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Genet Med, 2007, 9, 8, 510-7, 2007/08/21
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7040Journal Article Reference 16 of 53
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A nutrigenomic inflammation-related PBMC-based approach to predict the weight-loss regain in obese subjects
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Ann Nutr Metab, 2009, 54, 1, 43-51, 2009/02/28
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7041Journal Article Reference 17 of 53
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Nutrigenomics
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Nature, 2010, 468, 7327, S1, 2010/12/24
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7042Journal Article Reference 18 of 53
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Nutrigenomics and selenium: gene expression patterns, physiological targets, and genetics
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Annu Rev Nutr, 2008, 28, 157-77, 2008/05/23
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7043Journal Article Reference 19 of 53
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Diet and disease: exploring the link through nutrigenomics
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Can Vet J, 2006, 47, 1, 68-70, 2006/03/16
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7044Journal Article Reference 20 of 53
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Genetic variability in the RAGE gene: possible implications for nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, and understanding the susceptibility to diabetic complications
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Mol Nutr Food Res, 2005, 49, 7, 700-9, 2005/06/07
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7048Journal Article Reference 21 of 53
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Nutrigenomics research for personalized nutrition and medicine
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Curr Opin Biotechnol, 2008, 19, 2, 110-20, 2008/04/05
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7045Journal Article Reference 22 of 53
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Nutrient selection through nutrigenomic approaches
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Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 2007, 292, 1, R204-6, 2007/01/02
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7046Journal Article Reference 23 of 53
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Nutrigenomics--2006 update
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Clin Chem Lab Med, 2007, 45, 3, 279-87, 2007/03/24
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7047Journal Article Reference 24 of 53
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Developing the promise of nutrigenomics through complete science and international collaborations
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Forum Nutr, 2007, 60, 209-23, 2007/08/09
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7049Journal Article Reference 25 of 53
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Complexity of type 2 diabetes mellitus data sets emerging from nutrigenomic research: a case for dimensionality reduction?
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Mutat Res, 2007, 622, 1-2, 19-32, 2007/06/15
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