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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MF / mother-fed

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2013 Epigenetic changes in hypothalamic appetite regulatory genes may underlie the developmental programming for obesity in rat neonates subjected to a high-carbohydrate dietary modification. HC, NPY, POMC
2013 Metabolic programming effects initiated in the suckling period predisposing for adult-onset obesity cannot be reversed by calorie restriction. HC, SOCS3
2011 Effect of milk formula protein content on intestinal barrier function in a porcine model of LBW neonates. AP, HP, NBW, VIP
2008 Neonatal formula feeding leads to immunological alterations in an animal model of type 1 diabetes. CINC, ELISAs, IFN-gamma, IL, RMS, T1D, TNF-alpha
2004 Intestinal epithelial apoptosis initiates gross bowel necrosis in an experimental rat model of neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis. FFCAS, NEC, TUNEL
2001 Molecular adaptations in islets from neonatal rats reared artificially on a high carbohydrate milk formula. HC, PDX-1
2000 Adaptive changes in insulin secretion by islets from neonatal rats raised on a high-carbohydrate formula. GLP-1, HC
1999 A dietary intervention (high carbohydrate) during the neonatal period causes islet dysfunction in rats. HC
1998 Rat milk and dietary long arginine3 insulin-like growth factor I promote intestinal growth of newborn rat pups. IGFBP, long R3 IGF-I, PIC, RMR
10  1996 Glycogen synthase regulation in hyperinsulinemic/obese progeny of rats fed a high carbohydrate formula in their infancy. HC, ISPK, MAPK, PKA, PP1
11  1993 Long-term effects of feeding high carbohydrate diet in pre-weaning period by gastrostomy: a new rat model for obesity. HC, HF
12  1993 Use of pup in a cup model to study gastrointestinal development: interaction of nutrition and pituitary hormones. AR
13  1985 Rat milk maintains intestinal lactase activity in rat pups whereas artificial formulas do not. AR
14  1983 Small intestine of artificially reared rat pups: effect of caloric intake and dietary composition on growth and disaccharidase activities. AR, CMF, RCF
15  1983 Small intestine of artificially reared rat pups: weight gain and changes in alkaline phosphatase, lactase and sucrase activities during development. AR, CMF