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​ILSI disseminates science by publishing articles on original research, literature reviews and gap analyses, and meeting proceedings in peer-reviewed journals. ILSI also publishes books, monographs, white papers, and other reports through ILSI Press.

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Do Specific Dietary Constituents and Supplements Affect Mental Energy? Review of the Evidence
Journal Article 1/1/2010

The strongest evidence suggests effects of Ginkgo biloba on certain aspects of mood and on attention in healthy subjects, as well as associations between omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and reduced risk of age-related cognitive decline. Limitations of the current data and challenges for future research are discussed.

 
Do Specific Dietary Constituents and Supplements Affect Mental Energy? Review of the Evidence
Journal Article 1/1/2010
The strongest evidence suggests effects of Ginkgo biloba on certain aspects of mood and on attention in healthy subjects, as well as associations between omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and reduced risk of age-related cognitive decline. Limitations of the current data and challenges for future research are discussed in this article, published in Nutrition Reviews (2010;68:697–718).
 
Does Increased Prescribed Exercise Alter Non-Exercise Physical Activity/Energy Expenditure in Health Adults? A Systematic Review
Journal Article 4/3/2014
​Prescribed physical activity/exercise training may reduce non-exercise physical activity resulting in no change in total daily energy expenditure and no or minimal exercise-induced weight loss.
 
Dose response considerations in risk assessment--an overview of recent ILSI activities
Journal Article 1/1/2008

Holsapple, M. P., and Wallace, K. B. (2008). Dose response considerations in risk assessment--an overview of recent ILSI activities. Toxicol Lett 180(2), 85-92.

 
Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity
Journal Article 1/1/2004

Slikker, W., Jr., Andersen, M. E., Bogdanffy, M. S., Bus, J. S., Cohen, S. D., Conolly, R. B., David, R. M., Doerrer, N. G., Dorman, D. C., Gaylor, D. W., Hattis, D., Rogers, J. M., Woodrow Setzer, R., Swenberg, J. A., and Wallace, K. (2004). Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 201(3), 203-25.​

 
Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity round table discussion – introduction
Journal Article 1/1/2006

Doerrer, N. G. (2006). Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity round table discussion – introduction.[EUROTOX 2006/6 C TDC congress. Abstracts of the 43rd Congress of the European Societies of Toxicology and the 6th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries, Cavtat, Croatia, 20-24 September 2006.] Toxicol Lett 164(Suppl), S3-324.​

 
Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity: Case studies
Journal Article 1/1/2004

Slikker, W., Jr., Andersen, M. E., Bogdanffy, M. S., Bus, J. S., Cohen, S. D., Conolly, R. B., David, R. M., Doerrer, N. G., Dorman, D. C., Gaylor, D. W., Hattis, D., Rogers, J. M., Setzer, R. W., Swenberg, J. A., and Wallace, K. (2004). Dose-dependent transitions in mechanisms of toxicity: Case studies. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 201(3), 226-94.​

 
Dye bias correction in dual-labeled cDNA microarray gene expression measurements
Journal Article 1/1/2004

Rosenzweig, B. A., Pine, P. S., Domon, O. E., Morris, S. M., Chen, J. J., and Sistare, F. D. (2004). Dye bias correction in dual-labeled cDNA microarray gene expression measurements. Environ Health Perspect 112(4), 480-7. ​

 
Early Life Nutritional Programming of Obesity: Mother-Child Cohort Studies
Journal Article 1/1/2013
Commissioned by the Metabolic Imprinting Task Force, Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 2013;62:137–145
 
Early Markers of Adult Obesity: A Review
Journal Article 1/1/2012
​The purpose of this review was to evaluate factors in early childhood that are the most significant predictors of the development of obesity in adulthood.

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