Doug Gillis

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Increased fat oxidation during the recovery period from exercise is thought to be a contributing factor for excess postexercise oxygen consumption (EPOC). In an attempt to study the effect of serum free fatty acid (FFA) availability during exercise and recovery on the EPOC, nicotinic acid, a potent inhibitor of FFA mobilization from adipose tissue, was(More)
OBJECTIVE We evaluated the clinical relevance and pathogenic significance of anti-salivary duct autoantibodies (ASDA) in Sjögren's syndrome (SS) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) by examining (1) their frequency in healthy controls, patients with sicca symptoms, and patients with various autoimmune and infective disorders; (2) their localization by confocal(More)
In addition to their role in the development and maintenance of the skeleton in pigs, calcium and phosphorus are involved in many other physiological processes. In practical swine diets, calcium can be considered an inexpensive nutrient. Phosphorus, on the other hand, is the third most expensive nutrient after energy and protein (amino acids). As the(More)
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