Lavinia Abedin

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RMIT, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
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The effect of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid on tissue fatty acid levels of guinea pigs
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Gaetano Gaglio grad student
Andrew J. Sinclair grad student RMIT
Algis Jonas Vingrys grad student 1996-2001 University of Melbourne
 (The effect of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid on tissue fatty acid levels of guinea pigs)
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Kelly FD, Sinclair AJ, Mann NJ, et al. (2001) A stearic acid-rich diet improves thrombogenic and atherogenic risk factor profiles in healthy males. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 55: 88-96
Sinclair AJ, Abedin L. (2001) The effect of alpha-linolenic acid on retinal function in mammals Acs Symposium Series. 788: 79-90
Kurvinen JP, Kuksis A, Sinclair AJ, et al. (2000) The effect of low alpha-linolenic acid diet on glycerophospholipid molecular species in guinea pig brain. Lipids. 35: 1001-9
Crossley T, Abedin L. (2000) For and against: doctors and nurses should monitor each other's performance. Bmj (Clinical Research Ed.). 320: 1070-1
Li D, Sinclair A, Mann N, et al. (1999) The association of diet and thrombotic risk factors in healthy male vegetarians and meat-eaters. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 53: 612-9
Abedin L, Lien EL, Vingrys AJ, et al. (1999) The effects of dietary alpha-linolenic acid compared with docosahexaenoic acid on brain, retina, liver, and heart in the guinea pig. Lipids. 34: 475-82
Li D, Sinclair A, Wilson A, et al. (1999) Effect of dietary alpha-linolenic acid on thrombotic risk factors in vegetarian men. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 69: 872-82
Weisinger HS, Vingrys AJ, Abedin L, et al. (1998) Effect of diet on the rate of depletion of n-3 fatty acids in the retina of the guinea pig. Journal of Lipid Research. 39: 1274-9
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