Experimental Biology 2016, ENC-funded Presentations

The Experimental Biology annual meeting attracts over 14,000 scientists in the fields of nutrition, anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.  Scientists in academia, government agencies, private corporations, and non-profit organizations from around the world attend the event.

At the upcoming 2016 meeting, a total of 14 abstracts will be presented that were supported in full or in part, by an ENC research grant. We are proud to announce that three of these presentations were selected for various competitions, which are noted below.  We congratulate all of the authors and are pleased to be able to advance the understanding of nutrition through our research program.

Saturday, April 2nd

10:15 AM (418.7) Effects of Dietary Protein and Fiber at Breakfast on Postprandial Appetite, Neural Responses to Visual Food Stimuli, and Ad Libitum Energy Intake at Lunch in Overweight Adults. R.D. Sayer, A. Amankwaah, G. Tamer; Jr, N. Chen, A. Wright, J. Tregellas, M. Cornier, D. Kareken, T. Talavage, M. McCrory, W. Campbell. Weldon Sch. of Biomed. Engin., Purdue Univ., Univ. of Colorado Sch. of Med., Anschutz Med. Campus, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Med. and Georgia State Univ. CLINICAL EMERGING LEADER COMPETITION, Room 33BC

11:00 AM (406.6) Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Biomarker Response Is a Function of Dietary Precursor Intake and Gut Microbiota Composition in Healthy Young Men. C.E. Cho, S. Taesuwan, O.V. Malysheva, E. Bender, N.F. Tulchinsky, J. Yan, J.L. Sutter, M.A. Caudill. POSTDOC RESEARCH AWARD, Room 32AB

5:00 PM (418.7) Effects of Dietary Protein and Fiber at Breakfast on Postprandial Appetite, Neural Responses to Visual Food Stimuli, and Ad Libitum Energy Intake at Lunch in Overweight Adults. R.D. Sayer, A. Amankwaah, G. Tamer; Jr, N. Chen, A. Wright, J. Tregellas, M. Cornier, D. Kareken, T. Talavage, M. McCrory, W. Campbell. Weldon Sch. of Biomed. Engin., Purdue Univ., Univ. of Colorado Sch. of Med., Anschutz Med. Campus, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Med. and Georgia State Univ. ASN EMERGING LEADERS IN NUTRITION SCIENCE POSTER COMPETITION, Sails Pavillion

Sunday, April 3rd

8:38 AM (1016.2) Distribution Pattern of Dietary Protein Intake Does Not Affect Anabolic Response, Lean Body Mass, Muscle Strength or Function Over 8 Weeks in Older Adults I-Y. Kim, S. Schutzler, G. Azhar, R. Wolfe, A. Ferrando. Univ. of Arkansas for Med. Sci.

9:45 AM (128.8) Effects of Whole Egg Consumption on Vitamin E Absorption from Co-consumed, Mixed-Vegetable Salad. J.E. Kim, M.G. Ferruzzi, W.W. Campbell. Purdue Univ. Room 28D

3:30 PM (145.3) The Metabolic Fate of Isotopically-Labeled Trimethylamine-N-Oxide in Humans. S. Taesuwan, C.E. Cho, O.V. Malysheva, E. Bender, J. Yan, A. Thalacker-Mercer, M.A. Caudill. Cornell Univ. Room 29A

Poster D263 (684.1) Consuming 1 Egg Per Day Favorably Alters Diastolic Blood Pressure and Plasma Lipid Profiles in a Young, Healthy Population. D.M. DiMarco, A.M. Missimer, A.G. Murillo, B.S.O. Lemos, M.L. Fernandez. Univ. of Connecticut.

Monday, April 4th

9:00 (272.5) Maternal Choline Supplementation Influences Placental Glucose Uptake and Metabolism in a Manner Dependent on Fetal Sex. S.T. Kwan, J.H. King, J. Yan, X. Jiang, J.S. Hutzler, M.S. Roberson, M.A. Caudill. Cornell Univ. and Brooklyn Col. Room 29D

Poster D38 (892.6) Comparison of Selected Nutrients in Raw, Whole Egg from USDA Data Releases (1976 – 2010) M. Somanchi, J. Exler, P.R. Pehrsson. USDA, Beltsville, MD.

Poster D202 (904.4) Differential Relationship between Thigh and Calf Intramuscular Adipose Tissue Depots and Indices of Metabolic Health in Older Overweight and Obese Adults. R.E. Bergia, J.E. Kim, W.W. Campbell. Purdue Univ

Poster D400 (917.3) Whole Egg Consumption Increases Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Concentrations in Rats with DSS-Induced Colitis. S.K. Jones, M. Rowling, K. Schalinske. Iowa State Univ.

Poster D405 (917.8) Whole Egg Consumption Attenuates Vitamin D Insufficiency in Type 1 Diabetic Rats. C.J. Saande, K.L. Schalinske, M.J. Rowling. Iowa State Univ.

Tuesday, April 5th

9:15 AM (406.6) Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Biomarker Response Is a Function of Dietary Precursor Intake and Gut Microbiota Composition in Healthy Young Men9:15 AM (406.6) Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Biomarker Response Is a Function of Dietary Precursor Intake and Gut Microbiota Composition in Healthy Young. C.E. Cho, S. Taesuwan, O.V. Malysheva, E. Bender, N.F. Tulchinsky, J. Yan, J.L. Sutter, M.A. Caudill. Cornell Univ Room 29D

12:00 PM (418.7) Effects of Dietary Protein and Fiber at Breakfast on Postprandial Appetite, Neural Responses to Visual Food Stimuli, and Ad Libitum Energy Intake at Lunch in Overweight Adults. R.D. Sayer, A. Amankwaah, G. Tamer; Jr, N. Chen, A. Wright, J. Tregellas, M. Cornier, D. Kareken, T. Talavage, M. McCrory, W. Campbell. Weldon Sch. of Biomed. Engin., Purdue Univ., Univ. of Colorado Sch. of Med., Anschutz Med. Campus, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Med. and Georgia State Univ.

Poster D116 (1154.14) Egg Intake as Part of a DASH Eating Pattern Is Linked with Lower Body Fat in Later Adolescence. M.M. Mott, M.R. Singer, M.L. Bradlee, S.R. Daniels, L.L. Moore. Boston Univ. Sch. of Med. and Univ. of Colorado Sch. of Med. Tuesday

Poster D189 (1160.12) Substitution of Glucose with Whole Eggs or Egg Whites during an Oral Glucose Challenge Mitigates Impairments in Postprandial Vascular Endothelial Function by Attenuating Hyperglycemia-Mediated Increases in Lipid Peroxidation. K. Schill, E. Mah, J. McDonald, J. Volek, R. Bruno. The Ohio State Univ. and Biofortis, Chicago.

Poster D236 (1164.10) Egg Consumption and Mid-radius Cortical Bone in Children. L.M. Coheley, E.M. Laing, A. Oshri, J.M. Kindler, R.D. Lewis. Univ. of Georgia

Poster D235 (1164.9) Effects of Higher Dietary Protein and Fiber Intake at Breakfast on Postprandial Insulin and Glucose Responses in Overweight Adults. A. Amankwaah, R.D. Sayer, A.J. Wright, N. Chen, M.A. McCrory, W.W. Campbell. Purdue Univ. and Georgia State Univ