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2010Butyrylated starch increases large bowel butyrate levels and lowers colonic smooth muscle contractility in ratsBajka, Balazs H; Clarke, Julie M; Topping, David L; Cobiac, Lynne; Abeywardena, Mahinda Y; Patten, Glen S
2006Butyrylated starch is less susceptible to enzymic hydrolysis and increases large-bowel butyrate more than high-amylose maize starch in the ratBajka, Balazs H; Topping, David L; Cobiac, Lynne; Clarke, Julie M
2008Butyrylated starch protects colonocyte DNA against dietary protein-induced damage in ratsCobiac, Lynne; Bajka, Balazs H; Clarke, Julie M; Topping, David L
2009Chinese herbal medicine for Mild Cognitive Impairment and Age Associated Memory Impairment: a review of randomised controlled trialsBennett, Louise; Xue, Charlie C L; Head, Richard J; Hugel, Helmut; Cobiac, Lynne; May, Brian; Yang, Angela W H; Zhang, Anthony L; Owens, Michael D; Li, Chun Guang; Story, David F
2007Does garlic reduce risk of colorectal cancer? A systematic reviewNgo, Suang N. T.; Cobiac, Lynne; Williams, Desmond B; Head, Richard J
2008Effects of high-amylose maize starch and butyrylated high-amylose maize starch on azoxymethane-induced intestinal cancer in ratsCobiac, Lynne; Topping, David L; Clarke, Julie M; Bird, Anthony R; Young, Graeme Paul
2007Epigenomics and nutritionCobiac, Lynne
2007Excretion of starch and esterified short-chain fatty acids by ileostomy subjects after the ingestion of acylated starchesCobiac, Lynne; Clarke, Julie M; Bird, Anthony R; Topping, David L
1-May-2013Fish oil administration in older adults: is there potential for adverse events? A systematic review of the literatureVillani, Anthony M; Crotty, Maria; Cleland, Leslie G; James, Michael J; Fraser, Robert J; Cobiac, Lynne; Miller, Michelle Deanne
3-Jun-2013Fish oil administration in older adults with cardiovascular disease or cardiovascular risk factors: is there potential for adverse events? A systematic review of the literature.Villani, Anthony M; Crotty, Maria; Cleland, Leslie G; James, Michael J; Fraser, Robert J; Cobiac, Lynne; Miller, Michelle Deanne
2006Food and its potential role in the prevention of chronic diseaseCobiac, Lynne
2009Herbal Medicine for Dementia: A Systematic ReviewLit, M; Xue, Charlie C L; Cobiac, Lynne; May, Brian; Story, David F; Yang, Angela W H; Zhang, Anthony L; Owens, Michael D; Head, Richard J; Li, Chun Guang; Hugel, Helmut
2003Sugars in the Australian diet: results from the 1995 National Nutrition SurveyCobiac, Lynne; Record, S; Leppard, Phil; Syrette, Julie; Flight, Ingrid
2010A trial assessing N-3 as treatment for injury-induced cachexia (ATLANTIC trial): does a moderate dose fish oil intervention improve outcomes in older adults recovering from hip fracture?Crotty, Maria; Villani, Anthony; Fraser, Robert John; Cobiac, Lynne; Cleland, Leslie; Yaxley, Alison; James, Michael J; Miller, Michelle Deanne
2003Use of external fat width to describe beef and lamb cuts in food composition tablesCobiac, Lynne; Doulez, Veronique; Leppard, Phil; Lewis, Janine
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