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Publications 2009

  • Baker PI, Love DR, Ferguson LR 2009. Role of gut microbiota in Crohn's disease. Expert Review of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 3(5): 535-46.
  • Ferguson LR 2009. Epigenetic Variation and Customising Nutritional Intervention. Current Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine 7 (2): 115-124
  • Ferguson LR 2009. Nutrigenomics approaches to functional foods (Review). Journal of the American Dietetic Association 109(3): 452-458
  • Ferguson LR 2009. Nutrigenomics: Integrating genomic approaches into nutrition research, In: Patrinos G, Ansorge W ed. Molecular diagnostics, 2nd edition. Oxford, UK, Elsevier Academic Press. Pp. 345-361
  • Ferguson LR, Morgan AR, Huebner C, Zhu ST, Hu R 2009. New Zealand research in diet-gene interactions - an overview. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 33: 1-1
  • Ferguson LR, Han DY, Huebner C, Petermann I, Barclay ML, Gearry RB, McCulloch A, Demmers PS 2009. Tumor necrosis factor receptor superfamily, member 1B (TNFRSF1B) haplotypes increase or decrease the risk of inflammatory bowel diseases in a New Zealand Caucasian population. Gastroenterology Research and Practice: 591704
  • Ferguson LR. Meat and cancer. Meat Sci. 2010 Feb;84(2):308-13. Epub 2009 Jun 23. Review. PubMed PMID: 20374790
  • Huebner C, Ferguson LR, Han DY, Philpott M, Barclay ML, Gearry RB, McCulloch A, Demmers PS, Browning BL 2009. Nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain containing 1 (NOD1) haplotypes and single nucleotide polymorphisms modify susceptibility to Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in a New Zealand Caucasian population: a case-control study. BMC Research Notes 2: 52
  • Huebner C, Browning BL, Petermann I, Yeo Han D, Philpott M, Barclay M, Gearry R, McCulloch A, Demmers P, Ferguson LR 2009. Genetic analysis of MDR1 and inflammatory bowel disease reveals protective effect of heterozygous variants for ulcerative colitis. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 15(12): 1784-1793
  • Knoch B, Barnett MPG, Roy NC & McNabb WC (2009). Study of the effects of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids: Molecular mechanisms involved in intestinal inflammation. International Journal of Fats and Oils 60:8-21
  • Knoch B, Barnett MPG, Zhu ST, Park ZA, Nones K, Dommels YEM, Knowles SO, McNabb WC & Roy NC (2009). Genome-wide analysis of genes involved in dietary eicosapentaenoic acid- and oleic acid-induced modulation in colon inflammation of interleukin 10 gene deficient mice. Journal of Nutrigenetics and Nutrigenomics 2:9-28
  • Lin HM, Edmunds SI, Helsby NA, Ferguson LR, Rowan DD 2009. Nontargeted urinary metabolite profiling of a mouse model of Crohn's disease. Journal of Proteome Research 8(4): 2045-2057
  • Nones K, Dommels YE, Martell S, Butts C, McNabb WC, Park ZA, Zhu ST, Hedderley D, Barnett MPG & Roy NC (2009). The effects of dietary curcumin and rutin on colonic inflammation and gene expression in multidrug resistance gene-deficient (mdr1a-/-) mice, a model of inflammatory bowel diseases. British Journal of Nutrition 101(2):169-81
  • Nones K, Dommels YEM, Barnett MPG, McNabb WC, Park-Ng ZA, Sheridan S & Roy NC (2009). Multidrug resistance gene deficient mice have an altered caecal microflora that precedes the onset of intestinal inflammation. Journal of Applied Microbiology 107:557-566
  • Petermann I, Huebner C, Browning BL, Gearry RB, Barclay ML, Kennedy M, Roberts R, Shelling AN, Philpott M, Han DY, Ferguson LR (2009) .Interactions among genes influencing bacterial recognition increase IBD risk in a population-based New Zealand cohort. Human Immunology 70(6): 440-446
  • Petermann I, Triggs CM, Huebner C, Dug Yeo Han, Gearry RB, Murray L, Barclay ML, Demmers PS, McCulloch A, Ferguson LR (2009). Mushroom intolerance: a novel diet-gene interaction in Crohn's disease, British. Journal of Nutrition 102(4): 506-508
  • Philpott M, Lim CC, Ferguson LR. Dietary protection against free radicals: A case for multiple testing to establish structure-activity relationships for antioxidant potential of anthocyanic plant species. Int J Mol Sci. 2009 Mar;10(3):1081-103. Epub 2009 Mar 11. PubMed PMID: 19399239; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC2672020
  • Philpott M, Ferguson LR, Gould KS, Harris PJ. Anthocyanidin-containing compounds occur in the periderm cell walls of the storage roots of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas). J Plant Physiol. 2009 Jul 1;166(10):1112-7. Epub 2009 Feb 6. PubMed PMID: 19201049
  • Sun-Waterhouse D, Chen J, Chuah C, Wibisono R, Melton LD, Laing W, Ferguson LR, Skinner MA 2009. Kiwifruit-based polyphenols and related antioxidants for functional foods: kiwifruit extract-enhanced gluten-free bread. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 60 (Suppl 7): 251-64 [Epub 19 Jun 2009]