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Elliott, Ruan, MORGAN, LM, TREDGER, JA, DEACON, S, WRIGHT, J and MARKS, V (1993) GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1(7-36)AMIDE AND GLUCOSE-DEPENDENT INSULINOTROPIC POLYPEPTIDE SECRETION IN RESPONSE TO NUTRIENT INGESTION IN MAN - ACUTE POSTPRANDIAL AND 24-H SECRETION PATTERNS JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY, 138 (1). pp. 159-166.

Elliott, R, MORGAN, L, TREDGER, J, CHARLES, S, WRIGHT, J and MARKS, V (1992) ACUTE AND 24-HOUR GLP-1 AND GIP RESPONSES TO INDIVIDUAL MACRONUTRIENTS AND WHOLE FOOD IN MAN REGULATORY PEPTIDES, 40 (2). p. 141.

MORGAN, L, TREDGER, J, WILKINSON, J, Elliott, R, HOWLAND, R and MARKS, V (1992) POSTPRANDIAL GIP RESPONSES TO A MIXED MEAL IN LEAN AND OBESE SUBJECTS REGULATORY PEPTIDES, 40 (2). p. 213.

MIDDLETON, BA, MORGAN, LM, AHERNE, GW and MARKS, V (1988) THE EFFECT OF STORAGE-TEMPERATURE AND PHYSICAL STATE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF ANTISERA IN RADIOIMMUNOASSAY AFTER LONG-TERM STORAGE ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY, 25. pp. 89-95.

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MORGAN, L, Elliott, Ruan, TREDGER, J, NIGHTINGALE, J and MARKS, V (1993) GLP-1 SECRETION IN RESPONSE TO NUTRIENTS IN MAN In: International Symposium on Glucagon-Like Peptide-1, 1993-05-17 - 1993-05-19, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK.

OBEN, J, Elliott, Ruan, MORGAN, L, FLETCHER, J and MARKS, V (1992) THE ROLE OF GUT HORMONES IN THE ADIPOSE-TISSUE METABOLISM OF LEAN AND GENETICALLY-OBESE (OB OB) MICE In: 3RD EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON OBESITY, 1991-05-30 - 1991-06-01, NICE, FRANCE.

MARKS, V, MORGAN, L, OBEN, J and Elliott, Ruan (1991) GUT HORMONES IN GLUCOSE-HOMEOSTASIS In: SYMP AT THE SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF THE NUTRITION SOC : MEDITERRANEAN FOOD AND HEALTH, 1991-01-21 - ?, ROYAL SOC MED, LONDON, ENGLAND.

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