© 2018 by Clara E Cho. Design by Wix.com

Papers:

  1. Palzer L, Bader JJ, Angel F, Witzel M, Blaser S, McNeil A, Wandersee MK, Leu NA, Lengner CJ, Cho CE, Welch KD, Kirkland JB, Meyer RG, Meyer-Ficca ML. Alpha-amino-beta-carboxy-muconate-semialdehyde decarboxylase (ACMSD) controls dietary niacin requirements for NAD+ synthesis. Cell Reports 2018; 25(5):P1359-70.E4.​

  2. Hintze KJ, Benninghoff AD, Cho CE and Ward RE. Modeling the Western diet for pre-clinical investigations. Adv Nutr 2018; 9(3):263-71.

  3. Taesuwan S*, Cho CE*, Malysheva OV, Bender E, King JH, Yan J, Thalacker-Mercer AE, Caudill MA. The metabolic fate of isotopically labeled trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) in humans. J Nutr Biochem 2017; 45:77-82. *Shared first-authors

  4. Cho CE, Caudill MA. Trimethylamine-N-oxide: friend, foe or simply caught in the cross-fire? Trends Endocrinol Metab 2017; 28(2):121-130.

  5. Cho CE, Taesuwan S, Malysheva OV, Bender E, Yan J, Caudill MA. Choline and one-carbon metabolite response to egg, beef and fish among healthy young men: a short-term randomized clinical study. Clin Nutr Exp 2016; 10:1-11.

  6. Sánchez-Hernández D, Anderson GH, Poon AN, Pannia E, Cho CE, Huot PS, Kubant R. Maternal fat-soluble vitamins, brain development, and regulation of feeding behavior: an overview of research. Nutr Res 2016; 36(10):1045-54.

  7. Cho CE, Taesuwan S, Malysheva OV, Bender E, Tulchinsky NF, Yan J, Sutter JL, Caudill MA. Dietary trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) precursor intake interacts with the gut microbiota to influence TMAO concentrations in healthy young men: a randomized controlled trial. Mol Nutr Food Res 2017; 61(1). [Top 20 most downloaded recent paper published between July 2016 and June 2018; featured in a Special Issue on Gut Microbiota in Mol Nutr Food Res with a back cover image; generated a press release]

  8. Pannia E, Cho CE, Kubant R, Sánchez-Hernández D, Huot PS, Anderson GH. Role of maternal vitamins in programming health and chronic disease. Nutr Rev 2016; 74(3):166-80.

  9. Sánchez-Hernández D, Poon AN, Kubant R, Kim H, Huot PS, Cho CE, Pannia E, Reza-López SA, Pausova Z, Bazinet RP, Anderson GH. High vitamin A intake during pregnancy modifies dopaminergic reward system and decreases preference for sucrose in Wistar rat offspring. J Nutr Biochem 2016; 27:104-11.

  10. Kubant R, Poon AN, Sánchez-Hernández D, Domenichiello AF, Huot PS, Pannia E, Cho CE, Hunschede S, Bazinet RP, Anderson GH. A comparison of effects of lard and hydrogenated vegetable shortening on the development of high-fat diet-induced obesity in rats. Nutr Diabetes 2015; 5:e188.

  11. Cho CE, Pannia E, Huot PS, Sánchez-Hernández D, Kubant R, Dodington DW, Ward WE, Bazinet RP, Anderson GH. Methyl vitamins contribute to obesogenic effects of a high multivitamin gestational diet and epigenetic alterations in hypothalamic feeding pathways in Wistar rat offspring. Mol Nutr Food Res 2015; 59(3):476-89.

  12. Sánchez-Hernández D, Poon AN, Kubant R, Kim H, Huot PS, Cho CE, Pannia E, Pausova Z, Anderson GH. A gestational diet high in fat soluble vitamins alters expression of genes in brain pathways and reduces sucrose preference, but not food intake, in Wistar male rat offspring. Appl Physiol Nutr 2015; 40:424-31.

  13. Pannia E, Cho CE, Kubant R, Sánchez-Hernández D, Huot PS, Chatterjee D, Fleming A, Anderson GH. A high multivitamin diet fed to Wistar rat dams during pregnancy increases maternal weight gain later in life and alters homeostatic, hedonic and peripheral regulatory systems of energy balance. Behav Brain Resr 2014; 278C:1-11.

  14. Cho CE. Role of methyl group vitamins in hypothalamic development of food intake regulation in Wistar rats. App Physiol Nutr Metab 2014; 39(7):844.

  15. Sánchez-Hernández D, Cho CE, Kubant R, Reza-López SA, Poon AN, Wang J, Huot PS, Smith CE, Anderson GH. Increasing vitamin A in post-weaning diets reduces food intake and body weight and modifies gene expression in brains of male rats born to dams fed a high multivitamin diet. J Nutr Biochem 2014; 25(10):991-6.

  16. Cho CE, Sánchez-Hernández D, Reza-López SA, Huot PS, Kim YI and Anderson GH. High folate gestational and post-weaning diets alter hypothalamic feeding pathways by DNA methylation in Wistar rat offspring. Epigenetics 2013; 8(7):710-9. [Featured highlight of the journal; generated a press release]

  17. Cho CE, Sánchez-Hernández D, Reza-López SA, Huot PS, Kim YI and Anderson GH. Obesogenic phenotype of offspring of dams fed a high multivitamin diet is prevented by a post-weaning high multivitamin or high folate diet. Int J Obes (Lond) 2013; 37(9):1177-82. [Featured highlight of the journal]

  18. Cho CE and Norman M. Reply: To PMID 22939691. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2013; 209(5):496-7.

  19. Cho CE and Norman M. Cesarean Section and Development of the Immune System in the Offspring. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2013; 208(4):249-54. [Highlighted in Am J Obstet Gynecol editorials]

  20. Huot PS, Dodington DW, Mollard RC, Reza-López SA, Sánchez-Hernández D, Cho CE, Kuk J, Ward WE, Anderson GH. High folic acid intake during pregnancy lowers body weight and reduces femoral area and strength in female rat offspring. J Osteoporos 2013; 2013:154109.

  21. Anderson GH, Cho CE, Akhavan T, Mollard RC, Luhovyy BL, Finocchiaro ET. Relation between estimates of cornstarch digestibility by the Englyst in vitro method and glycemic response, subjective appetite, and short-term food intake in young men. Am J Clin Nutr 2010; 91(4):932-9.

  22. Akhavan T, Luhovyy BL, Brown PH, Cho CE, Anderson GH. Effect of premeal consumption of whey protein and its hydrolysate on food intake and postmeal glycemia and insulin responses in young adults. Am J Clin Nutr 2010; 91(4):966-75.

Patent:

Brown PH, Matusheski N, Rubin M, Anderson GH, Akhavan T, Cho CE, Luhovyy BL. Whey protein pre-load. US Patent Application #12550091. Received by USPTO on August 28, 2009. Filed by Kraft Foods Global Brands LLC.