Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy

Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0509


Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy [200 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy have been cited 200 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy.

Lupu DS, Cheatham CL, Corbin KD, Niculescu MD (2015) Genetic and epigenetic transgenerational implications related to omega-3 fatty acids. Part I: maternal FADS2 genotype and DNA methylation correlate with polyunsaturated fatty acid status in toddlers: an exploratory analysis. Nutrition Research 35: 939-947.

Cheatham CL, Lupu DS, Niculescu MD (2015) Genetic and epigenetic transgenerational implications related to omega-3 fatty acids. Part II: maternal FADS2 rs174575 genotype and DNA methylation predict toddler cognitive performance. Nutrition Research 35: 948-955.

Soumya D, Srilatha B (2011) Late stage complications of diabetes and insulin resistance. J Diabetes Metab 2: 2.

Success, Sabzevar, Rezaei Taleghani, Yasa (2016) Effects of different fractions and lentil seed extract ol (Securigera securidaca) on serum levels of glucose, blood and liver morphology in diabetic rats. Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism Research Center 18: 37-45.

Mager SK (2014) Dietary adjustments that consumers in the professional sector in the City of Cape Town are likely to make, in order to enhance their phytochemical intake. 

Tofighi Z, Sabzevari O, Rezaei Taleqani Z, Yassa N (2016) Investigation of Securigera Securidaca Seeds Extract and Different Fractions on Serum Glucose, Blood Factors and Liver Morphology in Diabetic Animals. Iranian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. 18: 37-45.

Sucheta L, Kailas M, Santosh B, Rajshekhar C, Piyusha P,  (2012) Journal of Researchers in Pharmabiomedica. Journal of Researchers in Pharmabiomedica 1: 26-32.

Azam A, Zaidi SN. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Ganugapati J, Baldwa A, Lalani S (2012) Docking studies of Rauwolfia serpentina alkaloids as insulin receptor activators. Int J Computer Applicat 43: 32-7.

Akash MS, Rehman K, Tariq M, Chen S (2015) Zingiber officinale and type 2 diabetes mellitus: Evidence from experimental studies. Critical Reviews™ in Eukaryotic Gene Expression 25 : 2.

Mahomoodally MF, Muthoora DD (2014) Kinetic of inhibition of carbohydrate-hydrolysing enzymes, antioxidant activity and polyphenolic content of Phyllanthus amarus Schum. & Thonn.(Phyllanthaceae). Journal of Herbal Medicine 4: 208-223.

Chung AP, Ton SH, Gurtu S, Palanisamy UD (2014) Ellagitannin geraniin supplementation ameliorates metabolic risks in high-fat diet-induced obese Sprague Dawley rats. Journal of Functional Foods 9: 173-182.

Azmi MB, Qureshi SA (2013) Rauwolfia Serpentina Ameliorates Hyperglycemic, Haematinic and Antioxidant Status in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Mice.

Middha SK, Usha T (2012) An in vitro new vista to identify hypoglycemic activity. International Journal of Fundamental and Applied Science. 1: 27-9.

Middha SK, Usha T, Tripathi P, Marathe KY, Jain T, et al. (2012) An in vitro studies on indigenous ayurvedic plants, having hypoglycemic activity. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease 2: S46-9.

Azmi MB, Qureshi SA (2012) Methanolic root extract of Rauwolfia serpentina benth improves the glycemic, antiatherogenic, and cardioprotective indices in alloxan-induced diabetic mice. Advances in pharmacological sciences.

Niculescu MD (2013) Pregestational nutrition and the epigenetic landscape in next generations: still an almost virgin land to be explored. Epigenomics 5: 13-5.

Jackson FL, Niculescu MD, Jackson RT (2013) Conceptual shifts needed to understand the dynamic interactions of genes, environment, epigenetics, social processes, and behavioral choices. American journal of public health 103: S33-42.

Westergren A, Edfors E, Norberg E, Stubbendorff A, Hedin G, et al. (2017) Long‐term effects of a computer‐based nutritional training program for inpatient hospital care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 

Sharma P, Bhardwaj P, Arif T, Khan I, Singh R. Research and Reviews: Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicological Studies.