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Publications 2007

  • Browning BL, Browning SR. (2007). Efficient multilocus association testing for whole genome association studies using localized haplotype clustering. Genetics and Epidemiology 31(5):365-75.
  • Browning BL, Huebner C, Petermann I, Demmers P, McCulloch A, Gearry R, Barclay M, Shelling AN, Ferguson LR (2007). Association of DLG5 variants with inflammatory bowel disease in the New Zealand Caucasian population and metaanalysis of the DLG5 R30Q variant. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 13(9):1069-76.¬†
  • Browning BL, Huebner C, Petermann I, Gearry R, Barclay M, Shelling AN, Ferguson LR. (2007). Has toll-like receptor 4 been prematurely rejected as an inflammatory bowel disease gene? Association study combined with meta-analysis shows strong evidence for association. American Journal of Gastroenterology 102(11):2504-12.
  • Browning SR, Browning BL. (2007). Rapid and accurate haplotype phasing and missing-data inference for whole-genome association studies by use of localized haplotype clustering. American Journal of Human Genetics 81(5):1084-97.
  • Dommels YEM, Butts CA, Zhu S, Davy M, Martell S, Hedderley D, Barnett MPG, McNabb WC, Roy NC (2007). Characterization of intestinal inflammation and identification of related gene expression changes in mdr1a-/- mice. Genes & Nutrition 2(2):209-223.
  • Ferguson LR Shelling AN, Browning BL, Huebner C, Petermann I (2007). Genes, diet and inflammatory bowel disease, Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1-2):70-83.
  • Ferguson LR, Petermann I, Huebner C, Philpott M, Shelling AN (2007). Uncoupling gene-diet interactions in inflammatory bowel disease, Genes & Nutrition 2(1):71-73.
  • Ferguson LR, Philpott M, Dryland P (2007). Nutrigenomics in the whole-genome scanning era: Crohn's Disease as example. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 64(23):3105-18.
  • Ferguson LR, Philpott M. (2007). Cancer prevention by dietary bioactive components that target the immune response. Current Cancer Drug Targets 7(5):459-64.
  • Ferguson LR, Shelling AN, Lauren D, Heyes JA, McNabb W (2007). Nutrigenomics and gut health. Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1-2):1-6.
  • Ferguson LR, Barnett MPG, Roy NC & McNabb WC (2007). Influence of nutritional factors on genetic and epigenetic events relevant to chronic diseases. Agro FOOD Industry High-tech 18(3):49-51.
  • Ferguson LR, Shelling AN, Lauren D, McNabb WC (2007). Nutrigenomics and gut health: meeting report from an international conference in Auckland , New Zealand , April 30, May 1-3, 2006. Genes & Nutrition 2(1):157-160.
  • Ferguson LR, Philpott M. Cancer prevention by dietary bioactive components that target the immune response. Curr Cancer Drug Targets. 2007 Aug;7(5):459-64. Review. PubMed PMID: 17691905.
  • Ghosh D, Skinner MA, Laing WA (2007). Pharmacogenomics and nutrigenomics: synergies and differences. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(5):567-74.
  • Huebner C, Petermann I, Browning BL, Shelling AN, Ferguson LR (2007). Triallelic SNPs and genotyping error in genetic epidemiology studies - MDR1 (ABCB1) G2677/T/A as an example. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 16(6):1185-92.
  • Love DR, Lan CC, Dodd A, Shelling AN, McNabb WC, Ferguson LR. (2007). Modelling inflammatory bowel disease: the zebrafish as a way forward. Expert Review Molecular Diagnostics 7(2):177-93.
  • Nones K, Dommels Y, Butts C, Zhu S, Park-Ng Z, Hedderley D, Barnett MPG, McNabb WC, Roy NC (2007). the effects of dietary curcumin and rutin on colonic inflammation and gene expression¬†in multidrug deficient¬†(mdr1a-/-) mice, a model for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. British Journal of Nutrition 101: 169-181.
  • Philpott M, Mackay L, Ferguson LR, Forbes D, Skinner M (2007). Cell culture models in developing nutrigenomics foods for inflammatory bowel disease. Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1- 2): 94-102.
  • Philpott M, Mackay L, Ferguson LR, Forbes D, Skinner M. Cell culture models in developing nutrigenomics foods for inflammatory bowel disease. Mutat Res. 2007 Sep 1;622(1-2):94-102. Epub 2007 May 5. PubMed PMID: 17568627.
  • Roy NC, Barnett MPG, Knoch B, Dommels Y, McNabb WC (2007). Nutrigenomics applied to an animal model of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: transcriptomic analysis of the effects of eicosapentaenoic acid- and arachidonic acid-enriched diets. Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1-2):103-16.
  • Shelling AN, Ferguson LR (2007). Genetic variation in human disease, and a new role for copy number variants. Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1-2):33-41.
  • Sutton K (2007). Considerations for the successful development and launch of personalised nutrigenomic foods. Mutation Research: Fundamental Molecular Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 622(1-2):117-121.