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53. Clinical Aspects of Iodine Metabolism, Miller. N.J., The Nutrition Practitioner. (Please contact us for a copy of this paper)
52. Erythrocyte niacin co-enzymes as a measure of vitamin B3 status. Miller. N.J., Burr. R.J.D., Saffu. P, Poster presented at the FOCUS Association for Clinical Biochemistry National Meeting, Glasgow, May 2010. Poster
51. ICPMS-derived reference intervals for nutritional trace elements in plasma, whole blood and red cells. Miller. N.J., Cole. N.N., Saffu. P, Poster presented at the FOCUS Association for Clinical Biochemistry National Meeting, Glasgow, May 2010. Poster
50. Erythrocyte tocopherol isomers in the investigation of vitamin E deficiency. Miller. N.J., Worrell. PC, Jasniewicz. K.P. Poster presented at the FOCUS Association for Clinical Biochemistry National Meeting, Glasgow, May 2010. Poster
49. DNA Adducts to Toxic Metals: Chronic exposure to toxic metals as a risk factor for DNA damage: Laboratory findings and clinical correlates. Teaching syllabus of the American Academy of Environmental medicine, 'The insidious destabilizing health effects of heavy metals and toxic chemicals: Diagnosis and Treatment'. McLaren Howard, J. Presented at the 39th annual meeting of the academy, 28th-31st October 2004, Hilton Head Island, USA.
48. Yeast metabolic products, yeast antigens and yeasts as possible triggers for irritable bowel syndrome. Santelmann, H, McLaren Howard, J. .Eur. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. 2005; 17(1):21-26 Abstract
47Dimercaptosuccinic acid loading test for assessing mercury burden in healthy individuals, .Miller NJ, Howard MA, Ann Clin Biochem. 2004 Sep;41(Pt 5):422-3
46. DNA adducts in smokers. McLaren Howard J. Letter, BMJ Rapid Responses, 14/1/2004 (http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/eletter)
45. Measuring gender differences in response to pesticide exposure. McLaren Howard J. Silent Invaders, Pesticides, Livelihoods and Woman's Health, 2003; 117-126.
44. Eaton KK, Gaier HC, Howard M, McLaren Howard J, Reid L. Gastric Acid Production, Pancreatic Secretions and Blood Levels of Higher Alcohols in Patients with Fungal-Type Dysbiosis of the Gut. J. Nutr. & Env. Medicine. 2002; 12(2): 107-112. Abstract
43. McLaren Howard J. The Detection of DNA Adducts (Risk Factors for DNA Damage). A Method for Genomic DNA, the Results and Some Effects of Nutritional Intervention. J. Nutr. & Env. Medicine. 2002; 12: 19-31. Abstract
42. Comparison of lactulose breath hydrogen measurements with gut fermentation profiles in patients with fungal-type dysbiosis. Eaton KK, Chan R, Howard MA, McLaren-Howard JM. J. Nutr. & Env. Med. 2001; 11: 33-42. Abstract
41. Assessment of Vitamin B1 Status (letter). McLaren-Howard J. Clinical Chemistry 2000; 46: 11 1867-1868. Letter
40. Multiple chemical sensitivity: Recognition and management. A document on the health effects of everyday chemical exposures and their implications. Eaton KK, Anthony HM (moderators) with Birtwistle S, Downing D., McLaren-Howard J, et al. J.Nutr. & Env. Med. 2000; 10: 39-84 (copies available from the British Society of Allergy, Environmental and Nutritional Medicine Tel: (+44) 0906-3020010). Abstract
39. A lymphocyte test for the identification of sensitivity to silicones: Results for patients with silicone gel-filled breast implants with and without systemic disease. McLaren-Howard J. J. Nutr. & Env. Med. 2000; 10: 246-247
38. Attention Deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) - An overview. (Abstract). Davies S. Presented at the Sydney Conference of The Australian Society for Environmental Medicine. March 1998.
37. Urinary Histidine Excretion in Patients with Classical Allergy (Type A Allergy), Food Intolerance (Type B Allergy) and Fungal- Type Dysbiosis. Eaton KK. Howard M. J. Nutr. Biochem. 1998; 9: 586-590. Abstract
36. Fungal-type Dysbiosis of the Gut: The occurrence of fungal diseases and the response to challenge with yeasty and mould containing foods Eaton KK, Howard M. J.Nutr & Env Med. 1998; 8: 247-255. Abstract
35. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and Osteoporosis: Bone Enzymes and Nutrient Imbalances - A Short Review of the Literature and Preliminary Reports of Two Small Studies. Davies S, McLaren-Howard JMH, Grant E. J. Nutr. & Env. Med., June 1998; 8: 129-138. Abstract
34. Mercury from dental amalgam fillings: Studies on oral chelating agents. Hibberd A, Howard M, Hunnisett A. J.Nutr & Env. Med., September 1998. Abstract
33. Age-related decreases in Chromium Levels in 51,665 Hair, Sweat and Serum Samples from 40,872 Patients - Implications for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Davies S, McLaren Howard J, Hunnisett A, Howard M. Metabolism, Vol 46, No 5 (May), 1997: 469-473. Abstract
32. Micronutrient interaction in the management of patients following bone marrow transplantation. Hunnisett AGW. PhD Thesis, Oxford Brooks University, 1996. Abstract
31. Appropriate Testing Nutritional Status. (Abstract) Davies S, McLaren Howard J, Hunnisett A, Howard M. In: Proceedings of Optimal Nutrition for The Family, Australian Council for Responsible Nutrition and The Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, 25-26 June 1995, Terrigal NSW. Abstract
30. Effective non-drug treatment of menstrual disorders and female infertility. Davies S. Proceedings of Optimal Nutrition for The Family, Australian Council for Responsible Nutrition and Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, 25-26 June 1995, Terrigal NSW. Abstract
29. Gut permeability measured by polyethylene glycol absorption in abnormal gut fermentation as compared with food intolerance. Eaton KK, Howard M, McLaren-Howard J. J. R.Soc.Med 1995;88:63-66. Abstract
28. Urinary Beta-Alanine Excretion Is a Marker of Abnormal as well as Normal Gut Fermentation. Eaton KK, Howard M, Hunnisett A. J.Nutr.Med. 1994;4:157-163. Abstract
27. Preventive medical laboratory assessment (Health Risk Profile) & the nutritional assessment of the cancer patient. (ABSTRACT) Davies S. Presented at the World Congress on Cancer, Sydney, Australia. April 1994: 19. Abstract
26. Red Cell Magnesium and Glutathione Peroxidase in Infertile Women - Effects of Oral Supplementation with Magnesium and Selenium McLaren Howard J, Davies S, Hunnisett AG.Mag. Res. 1994;7:49-57. Abstract
25. Lipoperoxides as an index of free radical activity in bone marrow transplant recipients; preliminary observations. (Abstract) Hunnisett AG, Davies S, McLaren Howard J, Gravett PJ, Finn M, Gueret-Wardle D. Presented at the Fourth Conference on Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Chamonix, France, April 5-9, 1993 (Full paper J Biol Trace Element Res 1995; 47: 125-132). Abstract
24. White Blood Cell Motility in M.E. and the Effect of Fluoride, McLaren-Howard J, Interaction (The Journal of Action for M.E.)1993;14:53-54.
23. The Laboratory Detective McLaren Howard J. Interaction (The Journal of M.E. Action) 1993 12: 12-14
22. Intestinal Dysbiosis - A Review. McLaren Howard J. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 1993;1:153-157. Abstract
21.A modified parenteral feeding regime for patients undergoing bone marrow transplant - an observational study. (Abstract) Gravett PJ, Gueret-Wardle D, Finn M, Hunnisett AG, Davies S, Howard J. (Presented at the European Bone Marrow Transplant meeting. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany January 17-21 BMT 1993;74:2409
20. Changes in plasma amino acids during conditioning therapy prior to bone marrow transplantation: their relevance to antioxidant status Hunnisett AG, Kars A, Howard J, Davies S. Amino Acids 1993;4:177-185. Abstract
19. Magnesium and chronic fatigue syndrome (letter). McLaren Howard J, Davies S, Hunnissett A. Lancet 1992;i:426.
18. Osteoporosis, Alkaline Phosphatase Isoenzyme Measurements and the Effect of Nutritional Supplements.(Abstract). Howard J, Hunnisett A, Davies S. Presented at the 3rd Bath Conference: Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement.23-26th June, 1992. In: Current Research in Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Measurement II .Ed.: EFJ Ring, British Institute of Radiology, London.1992. Abstract
17. Magnesium and chronic fatigue syndrome (letter), Davies S. Lancet 1991;337:1295
16. Trace Element and Vitamin efficiency in Alcoholic and Control Subjects. Christopher C H Cook, Richard J Walden, Barrie R Graham, Carola Gillham, Stephen Davies and Brian N C Prichard. Alcohol & Alcoholism,1991;26;5/6:54148. Abstract
15. Magnesium and the body. Howard JMH. Interaction, 1991;7:7-10.
14. Sweat lead levels in persons with high blood lead levels: lead in sweat of lead workers in the tropics. Omokhodion FO, Howard JM. Sci. Tot. Env. 1991; 1O3:123128. Abstract
13. Abnormal gut fermentation: Laboratory studies reveal deficiency of B vitamins, zinc and magnesium Eaton KK, Mclaren-Howard J, Hunnisett A, Harris M. J.Nutr. Biochem. 1993;4:635-638. Abstract
12. Abnormalities in Essential Amino Acids in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Eaton KK, Hunnisett A. J. Nutr. Med. 1991;2:369376. Abstract
11. A Case of Insulin Oedema Treated with Nutritional Supplements including Chromium.(Abstract) Davies S, McLaren Howard J, Hunnisett A. Presented at the Third Conference on Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Feb 1991, Les Deux Alpes, France.
10. A New Functional Test of Manganese Status. Hunnisett A, Howard J, Davies S. J.Nutr.Med. 1990;1:20915 Abstract
9. Serum, Leucocyte, Sweat and Hair Zinc Levels - a correlational Study. Howard JMH. J.Nutr.Med. 1990;1:119-126. Abstract
8. Magnesium Deficiency in Peripheral Vascular Disease. Howard JMH. J.Nutr.Med. 1990;1:39-49. Abstract
7. Gut fermentation (or the 'Autobrewery') Syndrome: A New Clinical Test with Initial Observations and Discussion of Clinical and Biochemical Implications. Hunnisett A, Howard J, Davies S.J.Nutr.Med. 1990;1:338. Abstract
6. Mineral deficiencies and hyperactivity. Howard J.Presented at the Hyperactive Children's Support Group Conference. Published by HACSG, Chichester, UK, 1987. Abstract
5. Muscle Action, Trace Elements and Related Nutrients: The Myothermogram. Howard J,In: Chazot G, Abdulla M, Arnaud P, eds. Current Trends in Trace Element Research: Proceedings of International Symposium on Trace Elements. Paris, 1987, Smith-Gordon, London,1989, pp79-85. Abstract
4. Zinc Deficiency in Children with Dyslexia: Concentrations of Zinc and other Minerals in Sweat and Hair. Grant ECG, Howard JMH, Davies S, Chasty H, Hornsby B, Galbraith J. Brit.Med.J. 1988;296:607609. Abstract
3. Nutritional Medicine - The Drug-Free Guide to Better Family Health. Davies S. & Stewart A. Pan Books, London 1987 pp.543
2. Magnesium and potassium deficiencies in women with pre-menstrual syndrome. Stewart A, Howard JMH. Mag. Bull. 1986;8:314-316. Abstract
1. Effects of Oral Zinc Supplements on Serum, Hair and Sweat Zinc Levels in 7 Subjects Davies S. Sci. Tot. Env.1985;42:4548. Abstract
13. T.C. Chamberlin and 'The Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses': Its relevance to clinical medicine today. Davies S, J.Nutr & Env Med. 1997;4:223-235. Abstract
12. Scientific and Ethical Foundations of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Part III: Pharmacodoxy - The Teaching of Pharmacotherapeutics as a First Line of Treatment in Clinical Medical Practice; A: Consideration of Hippocratic and Darwinian-Evolutionary Principles. Davies S, J.Nutr & Env Med. 1997;4:219-232
11. Scientific and Ethical Foundations of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Part II: Further Glimpses of 'the Higher Medicine'. Davies S. J.Nutr. & Env Med. 1995;5:5-11
10. Journal of Nutritional Medicine Changes its Name to Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine. Davies S, Downing D et al. J.Nutr. & Env Med. 1995;3:3-4
9. Clinical Ecology (letter). Davies S, Downing D. Brit. Med. J. 1994;308:657
8. Alternative allergy and the GMC (letter). Davies S, Downing D. Brit.Med. J. 1993; 306: 328-329
7. Allergy: Conventional and Alternative Concepts - A Critique of the Royal College of Physicians of London's Report.Downing D, Davies S. J. Nutr. Med. 1992;3-4:331-349
6.Truth, Ethics and Consensus - Their Relation to Medical Progress and The Quality of Patient Care. (Editorial). Davies S, Downing D. Nutr. Med. 1992;3:91-98
5. Scientific and Ethical Foundations of Nutritional Medicine. Part I - Evolution, Adaptation and Health. (Editorial). Davies S. J. Nutr. Med. 1992;2:227-247
4. Nutritional Medicine: Has it a role in handicap prevention and the medical treatment of infertility including assisted ovulation, invitro fertilisation (IVF) and gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT)? Davies S. J. Nutr. Med. 1990;1:251258
3. Nutritional Flat Earthers (Editorial) .Davies S. J. Nutr. Med. 1990;1:167170
2. Personal Opinion - Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy. Davies S. J. Nutr. Med. 1990;1:9394
1. Nutritional Medicine. A Step in The Right Direction? (Editorial). Davies S, Downing D. J. Nutr. Med. 1990; 1:3-7
4. Zinc Nutrition and Health - A Review Davies S. In: Year Book of Nutritional Medicine 1984/85. Ed J.Bland. Keats Publishing, New Canaan, Conn,1984 pp113152
3. Assessment of Zinc Status.Davies S. Int.Clin.Nut.Rev. 1984,4;3:122129
2. Lead and Disease. Davies S.Nutrition and Health 1983,2:3/4:935.
1. Hair Analysis and Selenium Shampoos (letter) Davies S. Lancet 1982;ii:935.
68. Miller NJ, Ruiz-Larrea MB. Flavonoids and other plant phenols in the diet: what is their significance as antioxidants? Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 2002;12:39-51.
67. West PWJ, Mathew TC,Miller NJ, Electricwala Q. The effect of green tea extract on the growth and morphology of methicillin-resistant and methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 2001; 11:263-269.
66. Ruiz-Larrea MB, Martin C, Martinez R, Navarro R, Lacort M, Miller NJ. Antioxidant activities of estrogens against aqueous and lipophilic radicals; differences between phenol and catechol oestrogens. Chem Phys Lipids, 2000;105:179-188.
65. Paganga G,Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. The polyphenolic content of fruit and vegetables and their antioxidant activities. What does a serving constitute? Free Radical Research, 1999;30:153-162.
64. Bobak M, Brunner E, Miller NJ, Skodova Z, Marmot M. Could antioxidants play a role in high rates of coronary heart disease in the Czech Republic? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1998;52:632-636.
63. Johnston JD,Miller NJ. Temporal changes of serum antioxidant concentrations in a patient with diabetic ketoacidosis. Clinical Chemistry 1998;44:2217-2219.
62. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Cinnamates and hydroxybenzoates in the diet: antioxidant activity assessed using the ABTS radical cation. British Food Journal, 1997;99:57-61.
61. Armstrong NC, Paganga G, Brunner E, Miller NJ, Nanchahal K, Shipley M, Rice-Evans CA, Marmot MG, Diplock AT. Plasma a-tocopherol and b-carotene in the Whitehall II study. Free Radical Research 1997;27:207-219.
60. Rice-Evans CA,Miller NJ. The measurement of the antioxidant status of dietary constituents, low density lipoproteins and plasma. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 1997;57:499-505.
59. Crook MA,Miller NJ. Serum antioxidant status in hypobetalipoproteinemia. Atherosclerosis 1997;131:135-136.
58. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. The relative contributions of ascorbic acid and phenolic antioxidants to the total antioxidant activity of orange and apple fruit juices and blackcurrant drink. Food Chemistry 1997;60: 331-337.
57. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Factors influencing the antioxidant activity determined by the ABTS radical cation assay. Free Radical Research 1997; 26:195-199.
56. Rice-Evans CA,Miller NJ, Paganga G. Antioxidant properties of plant-derived compounds. Trends in Plant Sciences 1997;2:152-159.
55. Ruiz-Larrea MB, Mohan AR,Miller NJ, Paganga G, Bolwell GP, Rice-Evans CA. Antioxidant activity of phytoestrogenic isoflavones. Free Radical Research 1997;26:63-70.
54. Miller NJ, Johnston JD, Collis CS, Rice-Evans CA. Serum antioxidant activity after myocardial infarction. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 1997;34:85-90.
53. Miller NJ, Castelluccio C, Tijburg L, Rice-Evans CA. The antioxidant properties of theaflavins and their gallate esters - radical scavengers or metal chelators? FEBS Letters, 1996;392:40-44.
52. Plumb GW, Lambert N, Chambers SJ, Wanigatunga S, Heaney RK, Plumb JA, Arouma O, Halliwell B, Miller NJ, Williamson G. Are whole extracts and purified glucosinolates from cruciferous vegetables antioxidants? Free Radical Research, 1996;25:75-86.
51. O'Brien SF, Watts GF, Powrie JK,Shaw KM,Miller NJ. Relationship of serum lipids, lipoproteins, and plasma antioxidants with glomerular and tubular dysfunction in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 1996;32:81-90.
50. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Spectrophotometric determination of antioxidant activity. Redox Report 1996;2:161-171.
49. Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ, Paganga G. Structure-antioxidant activity relationships of flavonoids and phenolic acids. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 1996;20:933-956.
48. Miller NJ, Sampson J, Candeias LP, Bramley PM, Rice-Evans CA. Antioxidant activities of carotenoids and xanthophylls. FEBS Letters 1996;384:240-242.
47. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Antioxidant activity of resveratrol in red wine. Clinical Chemistry 1995; 41, no 12, 1789.
46. Salah N, Miller NJ, Paganga G, Tijbourg L, Rice-Evans CA. Polyphenolic flavanols as scavengers of aqueous phase radicals and as chain-breaking antioxidants. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1995;322:339-346.
45. Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ. Antioxidants - the case for fruit and vegetables in the diet. British Food Journal, 1995;97:35-40.
44. Miller NJ, Paganga GP, Wiseman S, Van Nielen W, Tijbourg L, Czewienck P, Rice-Evans CA. Total antioxidant activity of low density lipoproteins and the relationship with vitamin E status. FEBS Letters 1995, 365: 164-166.
43. Miller NJ, Diplock AT, Rice-Evans CA. Evaluation of the total antioxidant activity as a marker of the deterioration of apple juice on storage. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 1995, 43:1794-1801.
42. Calzada C, Bizzotto M, Paganga G, Miller NJ, Bruckdorfer KR, Diplock AT, Rice-Evans CA. Levels of antioxidant nutrients in plasma and low density lipoproteins: a human volunteer supplementation study. Free Radical Research, 1995, 23:489-503.
41. Bird S, Miller NJ, Collins JE, Rice-Evans CA. Plasma antioxidant capacity in two cases of tyrosinaemia Type I: one case treated with NTBC. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease 1995, 18:123-126.
40. Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ, Bolwell PG,.Bramley PM, Pridham JB. The relative antioxidant activities of plant-derived polyphenolic flavonoids. Free Radical Research 1995, 22:375-383.
39. Teare JP, Greenfield SM, Watson D, Punchard NA, Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA, Thompson RPH. Lipid peroxidation in rats chronically fed ethanol. Gut, 1994, 35: 1644-1647.
38. Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ. Total antioxidant status in plasma and body fluids. In: Oxygen Radicals in Biological Systems, Part C, (Packer L, editor) Methods in Enzymology 234: 279-293, Academic Press, Orlando; 1994.
37. Gopinathan V, Miller NJ, Milner AD, Rice-Evans CA. Bilirubin and ascorbate: antioxidant activity in neonatal plasma. FEBS Letters 1994, 349:197-200.
36. Moore S, Calder KAC, Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Antioxidant activity of saliva and periodontal disease. Free Radical Research 1994, 21:417-425.
35. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans C, Davies MJ, Gopinathan V, Milner A. A novel method for measuring antioxidant capacity and its application to monitoring the antioxidant status in premature neonates. Clinical Science, 1993;84:407-412.
34. Armstrong D, Abdella N, Salman A, Miller NJ, Rahman EA, Bojancyzk M. Relationship of lipid peroxides to diabetic complications: comparison with conventional laboratory tests. Journal of Diabetes Complications, 1992;6:116-122.
33. Hassan MAM, Miller NJ, Hamdi IM, El Adawi SA, Al-Zaid M, Awqati MA. Considerations on some hormone binding protein patterns during pregnancy. Hormone and Metabolic Research, 1991;23:85-87.
32. Al-Nakib TM, Miller NJ, Rashid S, Meegan MJ. An evaluation of the acute in vivo toxicity of benzylidenechroman-4-ones, 1-thiobenzylidenechroman-4-ones and benzylidenetetralones. Drug and Chemical Toxicology, 1990;13:195-207.
31. Miller NJ, Abd El-Salaam R, Eeg-Olofsson O. Immunoglobulin G subclasses: age-matched reference intervals for Arab children in Kuwait. Medical Principles and Practice, 1989;1:192-199.
30. O'Donnell MD and Miller NJ. Plasma pancreatic and salivary-type amylase and immunoreactive trypsin concentrations: variations with age and reference ranges for children. Clinica Chimica Acta, 1980;104:265-273.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
29. Miller NJ. Flavonoids and phenylpropanoids as contributors to the antioxidant activity of fruit juices. In: Flavonoids in Health and Disease, eds. Packer L and Rice-Evans CA, pub. Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, 1998, pp 387 - 403.
28. Rice-Evans CA, Miller NJ. Structure-antioxidant activity relationships of flavonoids and isoflavonoids. In: Flavonoids in Health and Disease, eds. Packer L and Rice-Evans CA, pub. Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, 1998, pp 199 - 219.
27. Miller NJ, Paganga GP. The antioxidant activity of low density lipoprotein. In: Free Radical and Antioxidant Protocols, Armstrong DA, editor. Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey USA (volume 108 of "Methods in Molecular Biology"), 1998, pp. 325-335.
26. Miller NJ. Non-vitamin antioxidants. In: Free Radical and Antioxidant Protocols, Armstrong DA, editor. Humana Press, Totowa, New Jersey USA (volume 108 of "Methods in Molecular Biology"), 1998, pp. 285-297.
25. Miller NJ. The relative antioxidant activities of plant-derived polyphenolic flavonoids. In: Natural Antioxidants and Food Quality in Atherosclerosis and Cancer Prevention, editors Kumpulainen J and Salonen JT. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1996;256-259.
24. Miller NJ. The ferrylmyoglobin-ABTS assay for total antioxidant activity. In: Natural Antioxidants and Food Quality in Atherosclerosis and Cancer Prevention, editors Kumpulainen J and Salonen JT. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1996;69-72.
23. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans C, Gopinathan V, Davies MJ, Milner A. A new automated method for estimating plasma antioxidant activity and its application to the investigation of antioxidant status in premature neonates. In: Free Radicals and Antioxidants in Nutrition, Corongiu P, Banni S, Desai MA, Rice-Evans C, editors, Richelieu Press, London,1993;153-168.
LETTERS AND TRANSACTIONS22. Miller NJ.Redox regulation of cell signalling and its clinical application (review). Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2001;11:137-144.
21. Miller NJ.Seafood and freshwater toxins (review). Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2001;11:137-144.
20. Miller NJ. Antioxidants in diabetes management (review). Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2001;11:74-75.
19. Miller NJ. Understanding the process of aging: the roles of mitochondria, free radicals and antioxidants (review). Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2001;11:73-74.
18. Eaton K,Miller NJ. High-dose irradiation: wholesomeness of food irradiated with doses above 10 kGy. Report of a joint FAO/IAEA/WHO Study Group (review) Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2000;10:325-330.
17. Miller NJ.Biosensors for food analysis (review) Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2000;10:239-244.
16. Miller NJ.Quality in the food analysis laboratory (review) Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 2000;10:85-87.
15. Miller NJ.Serum antioxidant activity after myocardial infarction (reply) Annals of Clinical Biochemistry, 1998;35:333-334.
14. Walters M, Heasman T, Hughes P, Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA. Comparison of total antioxidant activity of beers with other beverages. BRFI Quarterly, April 1997, 18-20.
13. Miller NJ. Atherosclerosis and LDL oxidation: is there any evidence? Clinical Biochemistry News, 1996;2, no.3:4-5.
12. Rice-Evans CA,Miller NJ. Antioxidant activities of flavonoids as bioactive components of food. Biochemical Society Transactions, 1996;24:790-795.
11. Miller NJ.The clinical biochemistry of red wine. Clinical Biochemistry News, 1996;2, no.1:6-7.
10. Miller NJ.Anticoagulants for total antioxidant assay. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry, 1996;33:92-94.
9. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA, Davies MJ. A new method for measuring antioxidant activity. Biochemical Society Transactions, 1993;21:95.
8. Miller NJ, Rice-Evans CA, Gopinathan V, Milner A, Davies MJ. Antioxidant deficiency in premature neonates. Free Radical Research Communications 1992; 16 (suppl.1) 530.
7. Miller NJ, Al-Nakib TM. Detection and quantification of local anaesthetics by capillary gas-liquid chromatography. Biochimica Clinica 1989; Suppl. 1/8 13, 89: 372.
6. Miller NJ. Biochemical investigation of the thyroid. Kuwait Group of Clinical Biochemists Newsletter 1988;4,5:3-38.
5. Miller NJ. Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. J Kuwait Medical Association 1988; 22:5-6.
4. Miller NJ. The laboratory investigation of infertility. Kuwait Group of Clinical Biochemists Newsletter 1986;2,5: 3-40.
3. Little CL, McSweeney JR, Miller NJ, O'Moore RR, Weir DG. Cyclic AMP - a tumour marker ? Irish Journal of Medical Science, 1979;148:112.
2. Miller NJ. Radioimmunoassay of human plasma prolactin. MSc., Trinity College, Dublin, 1978.
1. Miller NJ. Relationship between antioxidant content and antioxidant activity in biochemical systems and disease states. PhD., University of London, 1993.
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4. Clinical import of small increases in serum aluminium. Howard JMH. Clin. Chem. 1984, 30; 10:1722 - 1723
3. Magnesium and zinc depletion by alcohol Howard JMH. In: Papers presented at the symposium: Alcohol and Child Development. Institute of Alcohol Studies, 1983, 12 Caxton Street, London SW1 0QS.
2. Serum nickel in myocardial infarction. Howard JMH.Clin Chem 1980;26:10.1515
1. Chromium, wine and ischaemic heart disease (letter). Jennings ME, Howard JMH. Lancet 1980; 8185,ii:90-91.5
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