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Mandalari, G, Grundy, MM, Grassby, T, Parker, ML, Cross, KL, Chessa, S, Bisignano, C, Barreca, D, Bellocco, E, Laganà, G, Butterworth, PJ, Faulks, RM, Wilde, PJ, Ellis, PR and Waldron, KW (2014) The effects of processing and mastication on almond lipid bioaccessibility using novel methods of in vitro digestion modelling and micro-structural analysis. Br J Nutr, 112 (9). pp. 1521-1529.

Andrew, T, Gill, R, Gillham-Nasenya, I and Ahmadi, KR (2013) Unravelling the basis of variability in cobalamin levels in the general population. Br J Nutr. pp. 1-8.

Bodinham, CL, Al-Mana, NM, Smith, L and Robertson, MD (2013) Endogenous plasma glucagon-like peptide-1 following acute dietary fibre consumption. Br J Nutr. pp. 1-5.

Daly, K, Proudman, CJ, Duncan, SH, Flint, HJ, Dyer, J and Shirazi-Beechey, SP (2012) Alterations in microbiota and fermentation products in equine large intestine in response to dietary variation and intestinal disease. Br J Nutr, 107 (7). pp. 989-995.

Morgan, LM, Shi, JW, Hampton, SM and Frost, G (2011) Effect of meal timing and glycaemic index on glucose control and insulin secretion in healthy volunteers. Br J Nutr. pp. 1-6.

Bodinham, CL, Hitchen, KL, Youngman, PJ, Frost, GS and Robertson, MD (2011) Short-term effects of whole-grain wheat on appetite and food intake in healthy adults: a pilot study. Br J Nutr, 106 (3). pp. 327-330.

Elliott, RM (2008) Transcriptomics and micronutrient research. Br J Nutr, 99 Sup. S59-S65.

Martins, C, Truby, H and Morgan, LM (2007) Short-term appetite control in response to a 6-week exercise programme in sedentary volunteers. Br J Nutr, 98 (4). pp. 834-842.

Hesketh, J, Wybranska, I, Dommels, Y, King, M, Elliott, R, Pico, C and Keijer, J (2006) Nutrient-gene interactions in benefit-risk analysis. Br J Nutr, 95 (6). pp. 1232-1236.

Long, SJ, Hart, K and Morgan, LM (2002) The ability of habitual exercise to influence appetite and food intake in response to high- and low-energy preloads in man. Br J Nutr, 87 (5). pp. 517-523.

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