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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 7
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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 299
Number of citations in Web of Science® 283

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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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 23
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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 108
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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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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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