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Caswell H (2008) Lipgene - a groundbreaking project to tackle the burden of the metabolic syndrome. Parliamentary Magazine 274.

Lunn J & Buttriss J (2008) Incorporating omega-3 into the food chain – why, where and how? Nutrition Bulletin 33(3): 250-256.

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Dembinska-Kiec A. (2007) Nutrigenomics and angiogenesis in obesity. In: Personalized nutrition. Principles and Application. Ed. Kok F., Bouwman L., Desiere F., CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, London, New York, 89-99.

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Chilliard Y, Rouel J, Ferlay A, Bernard L, Gaborit P, Raynal-Ljutovac K, Lauret A & Leroux C (2006) Optimising goat's milk and cheese fatty acid composition. Chapter 12 in "Improving the fat content of foods" (C. Williams and J. Buttriss, Eds), Woodhead Publishing Ltd. (Cambridge, UK). p.281-312.

De Almeida MDV et al. (2006a) A six-country European survey on consumer attitudes to the metabolic syndrome, genetics in nutrition and potential agro-food technologies: questionnaire design methodology. Nutrition Bulletin 31(2):138-144.

De Almeida MDV et al. (2006b) An overview of findings from a six-country European survey on consumer attitudes to the metabolic syndrome, genetics in nutrition, and potential agro-food technologies. Nutrition Bulletin 31 (3): 239-246.

Givens DI & Gibbs RA (2006) Very long chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the food chain in the UK and the potential of animal-derived foods to increase intake. Nutrition Bulletin 31: 104–110.

Givens DI & Shingfield KJ (2006) Optimising dairy milk fatty acid composition. In Williams C and Buttriss J, editors, Improving the fat content of foods. Wood head Press, UK, 252-280.

Buttriss (2006) Hanging on the coat tails of the obesity epidemic. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 86: 2285-2289.

Foster RK & Lunn J (2006) How can we optimize the potential benefits of foods with a healthier trait? Nutrition Bulletin 31 (3) 247-254.

López-Miranda J, Pérez-Martínez P & Pérez-Jiménez F (2006). Health benefits of monounsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). In Improving the fat content of foods P71-106. [J Buttriss and C Williams, Editors]. Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Limited.

Minihane AM & Lovegrove JA (2006). Health benefits of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). In Improving the fat content of foods P107-40. [J Buttriss and C Williams, Editors]. Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Limited.

Shaw DI, Hall WL & Williams CM (2006). Dietary fatty acids, insulin resistance and diabetes. In Improving the fat content of foods P24-48. [J Buttriss and C Williams, Editors]. Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Limited.

Givens DI & Shingfield KJ (2004) Foods derived from animals: the impact of animal nutrition on their nutritive value and ability to sustain long-term health Nutrition Bulletin. 29(4): 325-332.

Nugent AP (2004) Lipgene: a truly integrated approach to tackling the metabolic syndrome. Nutrition Bulletin 29, 152-155

Nugent A (2004) The metabolic syndrome. Nutrition Bulletin 29(1): 36-43.

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