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Longitudinal vitamin D status in pregnancy and the risk of pre‐eclampsia
Please cite this paper as: Dr Wei SQ, Audibert F, Hidiroglou N, Sarafin K, Julien P, Wu Y, Luo ZC, Fraser WD. Longitudinal vitamin D status in pregnancy and the risk of pre‐eclampsia. BJOGExpand
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Blood plasma and tissue concentrations of vitamin E in beef cattle as influenced by supplementation of various tocopherol compounds.
Twenty-four crossbred beef cows were used to investigate the concentration of alpha-tocopherol in plasma and tissues following oral administration of four tocopherol sources. Animals were allotted toExpand
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Cohort profile: the maternal-infant research on environmental chemicals research platform.
BACKGROUND The Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC) Study was established to obtain Canadian biomonitoring data for pregnant women and their infants, and to examine potentialExpand
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Relative bioavailability of RRR- and all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate in humans: studies using deuterated compounds.
Vitamin E in nutritional supplements in its most common form is alpha-tocopheryl acetate. Available stereoisomeric forms are RRR- (1 stereoisomer) and all-rac- (8 stereoisomers). We evaluated theExpand
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Effects of vitamin E on mammary and blood leukocyte function, with emphasis on chemotaxis, in periparturient dairy cows.
OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of vitamin E supplementation on the immune system of dairy cows. DESIGN The following immune parameters were followed: production of chemotactic factors andExpand
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Comparative vitamin E requirements and metabolism in livestock.
It has been over 50 years since vitamin E was originally described as a lipid-soluble dietary constituent required for normal reproduction in rats. Vitamin E is recognized as an essential vitaminExpand
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Bioavailability of vitamin E compounds in lambs.
A study was carried out to assess the bioavailabilities of several forms of vitamin E in lambs. A total of 40 lambs was allotted to eight dietary groups of five each and supplemented or not daily forExpand
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Bioavailability of various vitamin E compounds in sheep.
Seventeen crossbred yearling wethers were randomly allotted to four dietary groups that consisted of 400 IU/day/sheep either of (1) dl-alpha-tocopherol (five sheep), (2) dl-alpha-tocopherol acetateExpand
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Effects of dry-ageing on pork quality characteristics in different genotypes.
Presumably, dry-ageing enhances flavour attributes of meat by surface desiccation to increase and modify fatty acid content and other organoleptic molecules. However information regarding dry-ageingExpand
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Vitamin E kinetics after intraperitoneal administration of DL-alpha-tocopherol and DL-alpha-tocopherol acetate in sheep.
The disposition of radiotocopherol after intraperitoneal administration of 14C-labelled-DL-alpha-tocopherol (1 microCi/kg bw, dose 1) and 3H-labelled-DL-alpha-tocopherol (4 microCi/kg bw dose 4) andExpand
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