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Journal of Nutrition

The Journal of Nutrition (JN), an official peer-reviewed publication of the American Society for Nutrition, publishes research on all aspects of experimental nutrition. Established in 1928, JN was the first scientific journal created solely for the publication of nutrition research. JN is one of the most highly cited and highly ranked journals in the ISI Nutrition and Dietetics category. In addition to original research reports, JN publishes review articles, editorials, commentaries, meeting reports and conference proceedings. For more information, go to http://jn.nutrition.org
Development of a Cardiovascular Risk Score for Use in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Development of a Cardiovascular Risk Score for Use in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Stella Aslibekyan, Hannia Campos, Eric Loucks, Crystal Linkletter, Jose Ordovas, Ana Baylin
Issue: J. Nutr. 2011 141: 1375-1380
Created: Jun 8, 2011
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Bacteroides uniformis Is a Putative Bacterial Species Associated with the Degradation of the Isoflavone Genistein in Human Feces
Bacteroides uniformis Is a Putative Bacterial Species Associated with the Degradation of the Isoflavone Genistein in Human Feces
Mathieu Renouf, Suzanne Hendrich
Issue: J. Nutr. 2011 141: 1120-1126
Created: May 20, 2011
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Dietary Intake of Arachidonic Acid and alpha-Linolenic Acid are Associated with Reduced Risk of Hip Fracture in Older Adults
Dietary Intake of Arachidonic Acid and alpha-Linolenic Acid are Associated with Reduced Risk of Hip Fracture in Older Adults
Ek Farina, Dp Kiel, R Roubenoff, Ej Schaefer, La Cupples, Kl Tucker
Issue: J. Nutr. 2011 141: 1146-1153
Created: May 20, 2011
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Food Portion Patterns and Trends among U.S. Children and the Relationship to Total Eating Occasion Size, 1977–2006
Food Portion Patterns and Trends among U.S. Children and the Relationship to Total Eating Occasion Size, 1977–2006
Carmen Piernas, Barry Popkin
Issue: J. Nutr. 2011 141: 1159-1164
Created: May 16, 2011
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Membrane Raft Organization Is More Sensitive to Disruption by (n-3) PUFA Than Nonraft Organization in EL4 and B Cells
Membrane Raft Organization Is More Sensitive to Disruption by (n-3) PUFA Than Nonraft Organization in EL4 and B Cells
Sr Shaikh, A Rockett, H Teague, M Harris, A Franklin, Bd Rockett
Issue: J. Nutr. 2011 141: 1041-1048
Created: May 6, 2011
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