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Dr Naomi Willis
Professor John Mathers
Calystegines are potential urine biomarkers for dietary exposure to potato products2020
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Long Xie
Martina Stiegler
Professor John Mathers
Design and characterization of a randomized food intervention that mimics exposure to a typical UK diet to provide urine samples for identification and validation of metabolite biomarkers of food intake2020
Dr Fiona Malcomson
Dr Naomi Willis
Iain McCallum
Dr Betul Kocaadam
Dr Aycil Ozturan
et al.
Relationships between Dietary Inflammatory Index score and markers of inflammation and WNT signalling in the healthy colorectal mucosa2020
Dr Fiona Malcomson
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Iain McCallum
Dr Long Xie
Seamus Kelly
et al.
Resistant starch supplementation increases crypt cell proliferative state in the rectal mucosa of older healthy participants2020
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Long Xie
Professor John Mathers
Addressing the pitfalls when designing intervention studies to discover and validate biomarkers of habitual dietary intake2019
Dr Fiona Malcomson
Dr Naomi Willis
Iain McCallum
Dr Long Xie
Seamus Kelly
et al.
Adherence to the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research cancer prevention recommendations and WNT-pathway-related markers of bowel cancer risk2019
Amanda Lloyd
Dr Naomi Willis
Tom Wilson
Dr Long Xie
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Developing a Food Exposure and Urine Sampling Strategy for Dietary Exposure Biomarker Validation in Freeā€Living Individuals2019
Ammar Ashor
Dr Rebecca Brown
Patrick Keenan
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Mario Siervo
et al.
Limited evidence for a beneficial effect of vitamin C supplementation on biomarkers of cardiovascular diseases: an umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses2019
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Active commuting is associated with a lower risk of obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome in Chilean adults2018
Dr Naomi Willis
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Higher levels of self-reported sitting time is associated with higher risk of type 2 diabetes independent of physical activity in Chile2018
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