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    1. Litman, BJ; Niu, SL; Polozova, A; Mitchell, DC
      The role of docosahexaenoic acid containing phospholipids in modulating G protein-coupled signaling pathways - Visual transduction

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Mitchell, DC
      Database requirements to meet food grouping needs

      JOURNAL OF FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS
    3. Win, N; Mitchell, DC
      Platelet apheresis for digital gangrene due to thrombocytosis in chronic myeloid leukaemia

      CLINICAL AND LABORATORY HAEMATOLOGY
    4. Lee, Y; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL
      Diet quality, nutrient intake, weight status, and feeding environments of girls meeting or exceeding recommendations for total dietary fat of the American Academy of Pediatrics

      PEDIATRICS
    5. Jeffrey, BG; Weisinger, HS; Neuringer, M; Mitchell, DC
      The role of docosahexaenoic acid in retinal function

      LIPIDS
    6. Fisher, JO; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL
      Maternal milk consumption predicts the tradeoff between milk and soft drinks in young girls' diets

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    7. Mitchell, DC; Niu, SL; Litman, BJ
      Optimization of receptor-G protein coupling by bilayer lipid composition I- Kinetics of rhodopsin-transducin binding

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Niu, SL; Mitchell, DC; Litman, BJ
      Optimization of receptor-G protein coupling by bilayer lipid composition II - Formation of metarhodopsin II-transducin complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Mitchell, DC; Litman, BJ
      Modulation of receptor signaling by phospholipid acyl chain composition

      FATTY ACIDS: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL FUNCTIONS
    10. Ruddle, AC; George, SJ; Armitage, WJ; Alexander, EL; Mitchell, DC
      A simplified technique for the cryopreservation of vein allografts

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY
    11. Koenig, BW; Mitchell, DC; Konig, S; Grzesiek, S; Litman, BJ; Bax, A
      Measurement of dipolar couplings in a transducin peptide fragment weakly bound to oriented photo-activated rhodopsin

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR NMR
    12. Kye, SH; Kim, CI; Lee, HS; Yoon, JS; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Mitchell, DC; Kim, JH
      Food consumption patterns by urban elders in Korea

      ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION
    13. Brysbaert, M; Mitchell, DC
      The failure to use gender information in parsing: A comment on van Berkum,Brown, and Hagoort (1999)

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    14. Picciano, MF; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL; Mitchell, DC; Murray-Kolb, L; McConahy, KL
      Nutritional guidance is needed during dietary transition in early childhood

      PEDIATRICS
    15. Mitchell, DC; Shannon, BM; McKenzie, J; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Miller, BM; Tershakovec, AM
      Lower fat diets for children did not increase food costs

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION EDUCATION
    16. Mitchell, DC; Litman, BJ
      Effect of ethanol and osmotic stress on receptor conformation - Reduced water activity amplifies the effect of ethanol on metarhodopsin II formation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Jonnalagadda, SS; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Meaker, KB; Van Heel, N; Karmally, W; Ershow, AG; Kris-Etherton, PM
      Accuracy of energy intake data estimated by a multiple-pass, 24-hour dietary recall technique

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    18. Lancaster, KJ; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Kumanyika, SK; Mitchell, DC; Mauger, D; Palmer, JR
      Food diary response rates in a sample of African-American women: Respondent characteristics and nutrient intake

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    19. Naglak, MC; Mitchell, DC; Shannon, BM; Pearson, TA; Harkness, WL; Kris-Etherton, PM
      Nutrient adequacy of diets of adults with hypercholesterolemia after a cholesterol-lowering intervention: long-term assessment

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    20. Copeland, T; Grosvenor, M; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Marsoobian, V; Blackburn, G; Winters, B
      Designing a quality assurance system for dietary data in a multicenter clinical trial: Women's Intervention Nutrition Study

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    21. Ruddle, AC; Lear, PA; Mitchell, DC
      The morbidity of secondary vascular access. A lifetime of intervention

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY
    22. Zhang, L; Hume, IH; O'Connell, MG; Mitchell, DC; Milthorpe, PL; Yee, M; Dawes, WR; Hatton, TJ
      Estimating episodic recharge under different crop/pasture rotations in theMallee region. Part 1. Experiments and model calibration

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    23. Zhang, L; Dawes, WR; Hatton, TJ; Hume, IH; O'Connell, MG; Mitchell, DC; Milthorp, PL; Yee, M
      Estimating episodic recharge under different crop/pasture rotations in theMallee region. Part 2. Recharge control by agronomic practices

      AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT
    24. Kamide, Y; Mitchell, DC
      Incremental pre-head attachment in Japanese parsing

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    25. Mitchell, DC; Litman, BJ
      Effect of protein hydration on receptor conformation: Decreased levels of bound water promote metarhodopsin II formation

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. RUDDLE AC; GEORGE S; ARMITAGE WJ; MACGOWAN A; MCCULLOCH S; BROOKES ST; MITCHELL DC
      VENOUS ALLOGRAFTS PREPARED FROM STRIPPED LONG SAPHENOUS-VEIN - IS THERE A NEED FOR ANTIBIOTIC STERILIZATION

      European journal of vascular and endovascular surgery
    27. ADAMS BC; CLIFTON C; MITCHELL DC
      LEXICAL GUIDANCE IN SENTENCE PROCESSING

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    28. KYE SH; KIM CH; HA MJ; LEE HS; YOON JS; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MITCHELL DC
      FOOD-CONSUMPTION PATTERNS BY GROUP IN KOREA URBAN ELDERLY

      The FASEB journal
    29. MACKEY AD; PICCIANO MF; WRIGHT HS; MITCHELL DC
      FOLATE REQUIREMENTS DURING LACTATION ARE GREATER-THAN PREVIOUSLY ESTIMATED

      The FASEB journal
    30. MITCHELL DC; GAWRISCH K; LITMAN BJ; SALEM N
      WHY IS DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID ESSENTIAL FOR NERVOUS-SYSTEM FUNCTION

      Biochemical Society transactions
    31. Mitchell, DC; Brysbaert, M
      Challenges to recent theories of crosslinguistic variation in parsing: Evidence from Dutch

      SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS, VOL 31
    32. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      EFFECT OF CHOLESTEROL ON MOLECULAR ORDER AND DYNAMICS IN HIGHLY POLYUNSATURATED PHOSPHOLIPID-BILAYERS

      Biophysical journal
    33. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      MOLECULAR ORDER AND DYNAMICS IN BILAYERS CONSISTING OF HIGHLY POLYUNSATURATED PHOSPHOLIPIDS

      Biophysical journal
    34. TAYLORDAVIS S; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; DAVIS AC; JENSEN GL; MITCHELL DC
      TIME AND COST FOR RECRUITING OLDER ADULTS

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    35. MACKEY AD; PICCIANO MF; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H
      SELF-SELECTED DIETS OF LACTATING WOMEN OFTEN FAIL TO MEET DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS

      Journal of the American Dietetic Association
    36. NAGLAK M; MITCHELL DC; KRISETHERTON P; HARKNESS W; PEARSON TA
      WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN CONDUCTING A COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS IN A CLINICAL SETTING

      Journal of the American Dietetic Association
    37. PAGNOTTA CA; PICCIANO MF; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MITCHELL DC
      NUTRIENT DENSITY DECREASES DURING DIETARY TRANSITION IN THE 2ND-YEAR OF LIFE

      The FASEB journal
    38. LANCASTER K; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; JENSEN G; FRIEDMANN J; ABUSABHA R
      NUTRIENT INTAKES AND FOOD GROUP PATTERNS IN RURAL OLDER WOMEN

      The FASEB journal
    39. SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; PICCIANO MF; MACKEY AD; MITCHELL DC
      DIETS OF LACTATING WOMEN OFTEN FAIL TO MEET RECOMMENDATIONS

      The FASEB journal
    40. MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; PICCIANO MF; MACKEY AD
      FOOD GROUP PATTERNS OF LACTATING WOMEN WITH NUTRIENT INTAKES BELOW RECOMMENDATIONS

      The FASEB journal
    41. TERSHAKOVEC AM; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MARTEL JK; MCKENZIE JM; SHANNON BM
      PEDIATRIC PREVENTIVE HEALTH SCREENING AND DIETARY-INTAKE

      Nutrition research
    42. KAMIDE Y; MITCHELL DC
      RELATIVE CLAUSE ATTACHMENT - NONDETERMINISM IN JAPANESE PARSING

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    43. DIXON LB; MCKENZIE J; SHANNON BM; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; TERSHAKOVEC AM
      THE EFFECT OF CHANGES IN DIETARY-FAT ON THE FOOD GROUP AND NUTRIENT INTAKE OF 4 TO 10-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN

      Pediatrics
    44. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      PHOSPHOLIPID ACYL-CHAIN UNSATURATION DETERMINES CHOLESTEROL EFFECTS ON RHODOPSIN PHOTOACTIVATION

      Biophysical journal
    45. MITCHELL DC; TERSHAKOVEC AM; SHANNON BM; MCKENZIE JM; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MILLER BM
      COSTS OF LOWER FAT DIETS FOR HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC CHILDREN

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    46. NAGLAK MC; MITCHELL DC; DIXON LB; KRISETHERTON PM; SHANNON BM
      METHOD FOR EVALUATING DIETARY PATTERNS WITH A MULTITIERED ANALYSIS SYSTEM

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    47. MITCHELL DC; JONNALAGADDA SS; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MEAKER KB; KRISETHERTON PM
      ACCURACY OF PORTION SIZE ESTIMATION USING THE 2-DIMENSIONAL FOOD PORTION VISUAL

      The FASEB journal
    48. CLUTTER D; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MITCHELL DC; JONNALAGADDA SS; MEAKER KB; KRISETHERTON PM
      ERRORS IN RECALLING FOODS EATEN

      The FASEB journal
    49. JONNALAGADDA SS; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; KRISETHERTON PM; VANHEEL N; KARMALLY W
      UNDERESTIMATION OF ENERGY-INTAKE - COMPARISON OF SELF-REPORTED AND ACTUAL INTAKE

      The FASEB journal
    50. BRYSBAERT M; MITCHELL DC
      MODIFIER ATTACHMENT IN SENTENCE PARSING - EVIDENCE FROM DUTCH

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    51. RANDECKER GA; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MCKENZIE JM; SHANNON BM; MITCHELL DC; BECKER DJ; KIESELHORST K
      THE DIETARY-INTAKE OF CHILDREN WITH IDDM

      Diabetes care
    52. LITMAN BJ; MITCHELL DC
      A ROLE FOR PHOSPHOLIPID POLYUNSATURATION IN MODULATING MEMBRANE-PROTEIN FUNCTION

      Lipids
    53. CUNNINGHAM R; MITCHELL DC
      AMPHOTERICIN-B RESPONSIVE SCEDOSPORIUM-APIOSPERMUM INFECTION IN A PATIENT WITH ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    54. MITCHELL DC; LAWRENCE JTR; LITMAN BJ
      PRIMARY ALCOHOLS MODULATE THE ACTIVATION OF THE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR RHODOPSIN BY A LIPID-MEDIATED MECHANISM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. MYERSPAYNE SC; MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      RHODOPSIN PHOTOACTIVATION IS MODULATED BY WATER ACTIVITY

      Biophysical journal
    56. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      THE REDUCTION OF ACYL-CHAIN PACKING FREE-VOLUME BY CHOLESTEROL DEPENDS ON ACYL-CHAIN UNSATURATION

      Biophysical journal
    57. MITCHELL DC; CUETOS F; CORLEY MMB; BRYSBAERT M
      EXPOSURE-BASED MODELS OF HUMAN PARSING - EVIDENCE FOR THE USE OF COARSE-GRAINED (NONLEXICAL) STATISTICAL RECORDS

      Journal of psycholinguistic research
    58. MITCHELL DC; CORLEY MMB
      IMMEDIATE BIASES IN PARSING - DISCOURSE EFFECTS OR EXPERIMENTAL ARTIFACTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    59. MITCHELL DC; SMITH RE; WOOD RFM
      LASER ANGIOPLASTY - USEFUL TOOL OR INTERESTING TOY

      Lasers in medical science
    60. WIN N; MAYNE S; MITCHELL DC
      PROFOUND ANEMIA IN IMPORTED CHRONIC PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM

      Clinical and laboratory haematology
    61. BRYSBAERT M; MITCHELL DC
      SENTENCE PARSING IN DUTCH - THE IMPORTANCE OF LEXICAL INFLUENCES

      Psychologica belgica
    62. BRINKER MR; ROSENFELD SR; FEIWELL E; GRANGER SP; MITCHELL DC; RICE JC
      MYELOMENINGOCELE AT THE SACRAL LEVEL - LONG-TERM OUTCOMES IN ADULTS

      Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume
    63. TERSHAKOVEC AM; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; HARTZEL JS; SHANNON BM
      LOWER FAT INTAKE OF CHILDREN

      Circulation
    64. TERSHAKOVEC AM; MITCHELL DC; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; HARTZEL JS; SHANNON BM
      LOWER FAT INTAKE OF CHILDREN

      Circulation
    65. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON RECEPTOR CONFORMATION CHANGE - PHOSPHOLIPID ACYL-CHAIN UNSATURATION AUGMENTS ABILITY OF ETHANOL TO ENHANCE BOTH META-II FORMATION AND ACYL-CHAIN PACKING FREE-VOLUME

      Biophysical journal
    66. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON METARHODOPSIN II FORMATION IS POTENTIATED BY PHOSPHOLIPID POLYUNSATURATION

      Biochemistry
    67. MITCHELL DC; LITMAN BJ
      EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON METARHODOPSIN II FORMATION IS POTENTIATED BY PHOSPHOLIPID POLYUNSATURATION

      Biochemistry
    68. MITCHELL DC; DERR JA; DIXON LB; BRANNON D
      COST-ANALYSIS OF A COMPUTER-ASSISTED TELEPHONE INTERVIEW SYSTEM TO COLLECT DIETARY RECALLS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    69. SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; MITCHELL DC; DERR JA; PRICE K
      INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL INTERVIEWER RELIABILITY FOR TELEPHONE-ADMINISTERED DIETARY RECALLS USING THE MINNESOTA NUTRITION DATA SYSTEM (NDS)

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    70. SHANNON BM; TERSHAKOVEC AM; ACHTERBERG CL; MARTEL JK; MCKENZIE JM; MITCHELL DC
      CHOLESTEROL EDUCATION FOR AT-RISK CHILDREN

      Circulation
    71. SHAUL JA; RADER JM; JENKINS PL; MITCHELL DC; SHANNON BM; PEARSON TA
      DOES A CHOLESTEROL-LOWERING DIET COST MORE

      Circulation
    72. SRINATH U; SHACKLOCK F; SHANNON BM; MITCHELL DC; KRISETHERTON PM; SCOTT L; JAAX S; PEARSON TA
      MEDFICTS - A DIETARY ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT FOR EVALUATING FAT, SATURATED FAT, AND CHOLESTEROL INTAKE

      Circulation
    73. WALTERS TK; MITCHELL DC; WOOD RFM
      LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN FAILS TO INHIBIT INCREASED PLATELET REACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH PERIPHERAL VASCULAR-DISEASE

      British Journal of Surgery
    74. LITMAN BJ; KIBELBEK J; MITCHELL DC
      RHODOPSIN PHOSPHORYLATION DOWN REGULATES VISUAL TRANSDUCTION BY REDUCING THE AFFINITY OF RHODOPSIN FOR G(T)

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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