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Fielding, Barbara A, Calder, Philip C, Irvine, Nicola A, Miles, Elizabeth A, Lillycrop, Karen A, von Gerichten, Johanna and Burdge, Graham C (2019) How does polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis regulate T lymphocyte function? Nutrition Bulletin, 44 (4). pp. 350-355.

Sibbons, Charlene, Irvine, N, Pérez-Mojica, J, Calder, P, Lillycrop, K, Fielding, Barbara and Burdge, G (2018) Polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis involving 8 desaturation and differential DNA methylation of FADS2 regulates proliferation of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells Frontiers in Immunology, 9.

Bhatia, L, Scorletti, E, Shojaee-Moradie, F, Umpleby, M, Fletcher, A, Bateman, A, Curzen, NP, Clough, GF, Calder, P and Byrne, CD (2013) Peripheral and hepatic insulin resistance are key determinants of progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease severity independent of body fat percentage DIABETIC MEDICINE, 30. p. 60.

Calder, P C, Albers, R, Antoine, J-M, Blum, S, Bourdet-Sicard, R, Ferns, G A, Folkerts, G, Friedmann, P S, Frost, G S, Guarnar, F, Lovik, M, Macfarlane, S, Meyer, P D, M'Rabet, L, Serafini, M, van Eden, W, van Loo, J, vas Dias, W, Vidry, S, Winklhofer-Roob, B M and Zhao, J (2008) Nutrition and Inflammatory Processes Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (1st International Immunonutrition Workshop, Valencia, 3–5 October 2007, Valencia, Spain), 67 (E9).

Stanley, JC, El Som, RL, Calder, PC, Griffin, BA, Harris, WS, Jebb, SA, Lovegrove, JA, Moore, CS, Riemersma, RA and Sanders, TAB (2007) UK Food Standards Agency Workshop Report: the effects of the dietary n-6 : n-3 fatty acid ratio on cardiovascular health BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, 98 (6). pp. 1305-1310.

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Bhatia, LS, Scorletti, E, Shojaee-Moradie, F, Umpleby, M, Clough, GF, Curzen, NP, Calder, PC and Byrne, CD (2014) High-dose n-3 fatty acid treatment in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is independently associated with reduced hepatic steatosis and improved hepatic insulin sensitivity

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