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Arabshahi, S., van der Pols, J. C., Williams, G. M., Marks, G. C., & Lahmann, P. H. (2012) Diet quality and change in anthropometric measures: 15-year longitudinal study in Australian adults. British Journal of Nutrition, 107(9), pp. 1376-85.
Number of citations in Scopus 9
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Blundell, John E., Cooling, J, & King, Neil A. (2002) Differences in post-prandial responses to fat and carbohydrate loads in habitual high and low fat consumers (phenotypes). British Journal of Nutrition, 88, pp. 125-132.
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Davies, Peter & Hill, Rebecca (2001) The Validity of Self-reported Energy Intake as Determined Using the Doubly Labelled Water Technique. British Journal of Nutrition, pp. 415-430.
Number of citations in Scopus 306
Number of citations in Web of Science® 291

Hannan-Jones, Mary T. & Capra, Sandra (2016) What do prisoners eat? Nutrient intakes and food practices in a high secure prison. British Journal of Nutrition, 115(08), pp. 1387-1396.

Horner, Katy M., Byrne, Nuala M., Cleghorn, Geoffrey J., & King, Neil A. (2015) Influence of habitual physical activity on gastric emptying in healthy males and relationships with body composition and energy expenditure. British Journal of Nutrition, 114(3), pp. 489-496.
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Ibiebele, T. I. & van der Pols, J.C. (2008) Dietary pattern predicts breast cancer risk--evidence from the EPIC-Potsdam study. British Journal of Nutrition, 100(5), pp. 925-926.
Number of citations in Scopus 3
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Kulkarni, Bharati, Kuper, Hannah, Taylor, Amy, Wells, Jonathan C., Radhakrishna, K.V., Kinra, Sanjay, et al. (2014) Assessment of body composition in Indian adults: comparison between dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry and isotope dilution technique. British Journal of Nutrition, 112, pp. 1147-1153.
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Lluch, A, King, Neil A., & Blundell, John E. (2000) No energy compensation at the meal following exercise indietary restrained and unrestrained women. British Journal of Nutrition.
Number of citations in Web of Science® 33

Mauch, Chelsea Emma, Perry, R.A., Magarey, A.M., & Daniels, L.A. (2015) Dietary intake in Australian children aged 4–24 months: Consumption of meat and meat alternatives. British Journal of Nutrition, 113(11), pp. 1761-1772.
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Miller, Michelle, Daniels, Lynne, Bannerman, Elaine, & Crotty, Maria (2005) Resting energy expenditure measured longitudinally following hip fracture compared to predictive equations: is an injury adjustment required? British Journal of Nutrition, 94, pp. 976-982.
Number of citations in Scopus 12
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Näslund, Erik, King, N., Mansten, S., Adner, N., Holst, J. J., Gutniak, M., et al. (2004) Prandial subcutaneous injections of glucagon-like peptide-1 cause weight loss in obese human subjects. British Journal of Nutrition, 91(03), p. 439.
Number of citations in Scopus 109
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Neubauer, Oliver, Reichhold, Stefanie, Nics, Lukas, Hoelzl, Christine, Valentini, Judit, Stadlmayr, Barbara, et al. (2010) Antioxidant responses to an acute ultra-endurance exercise: Impact on DNA stability and indications for an increased need for nutritive antioxidants in the early recovery phase. British Journal of Nutrition, 104(8), pp. 1129-1138.
Number of citations in Scopus 24
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Ruddick-Collins, Leonie C., King, Neil A., Byrne, Nuala M., & Wood, Rachel E. (2013) Methodological considerations for meal-induced thermogenesis : measurement duration and reproducibility. British Journal of Nutrition, 110(11), pp. 1978-1986.
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Stubbs, R. James, Hughes, Darren A., Johnstone, Alexandra M., Rowley, Edel, Reid, Carol L., Elia, M, et al. (2000) The use of visual analogue scales to assess motivation to eat in human subjects: a review of their reliability and validity with an evaluation of new hand-held computerized stsytems for temporal tracking of appetite ratings. British Journal Of Nutrition, 84, pp. 405-415.
Number of citations in Web of Science® 259

Whybrow, Stephen, Hughes, Darren A., Ritz, Patrick, Johnstone, Alexandra M., Horgan, Graham W., King, Neil A., et al. (2008) The effect of an incremental increase in exercise on appetite, eating behaviour and energy balance in lean men and women feeding ad libitum. British Journal Of Nutrition, 100(5), pp. 1109-1115.
Number of citations in Scopus 69
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Zwart, S.R., Parsons, H., Kimlin, M.G., Innis, S.M., Locke, J., & Smith, S.M. (2013) A 250 μg/week dose of vitamin D was as effective as a 50 μg/d dose in healthy adults, but a regimen of four weekly followed by monthly doses of 1250 μg raised the risk of hypercalciuria. British Journal of Nutrition, 18, pp. 1-7.
Number of citations in Scopus 3
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