Items where Author is "Tjalsma, Harold"

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Jaeggi, Tanja and Kortman, Guus A. M. and Moretti, Diego and Chassard, Christophe and Holding, Penny and Dostal, Alexandra and Boekhorst, Jos and Timmerman, Harro M. and Swinkels, Dorine W. and Tjalsma, Harold and Njenga, Jane and Mwangi, Alice and Kvalsvig, Jane and Lacroix, Christophe and Zimmermann, Michael B. (2015) Iron fortification adversely affects the gut microbiome, increases pathogen abundance and induces intestinal inflammation in Kenyan infants. GUT, 64 (5). pp. 731-742.

Moretti, Diego and Goede, Jeroen S. and Zeder, Christophe and Jiskra, Markus and Chatzinakou, Vaiya and Tjalsma, Harold and Melse-Boonstra, Alida and Brittenham, Gary and Swinkels, Dorine W. and Zimmermann, Michael B. (2015) Oral iron supplements increase hepcidin and decrease iron absorption from daily or twice-daily doses in iron-depleted young women. BLOOD, 126 (17). pp. 1981-1989.

Moretti, Diego and Goede, Jeroen and Christophe, Zeder and Swinkels, Dorine and Tjalsma, Harold and Melse, Alida and Zimmermann, Michael Bruce (2015) Stable iron isotopic techniques and plasma hepcidin profiles to optimize iron supplementation regimens. FASEB JOURNAL, 29 (1).

Moretti, Diego and Samuel, Mettler and Christophe, Zeder and Dorine, Swinkels and Tjalsma, Harold and Carsten, Lundby and Zimmermann, Michael Bruce (2015) The effect of exercise on iron absorption and incorporation in humans. FASEB JOURNAL, 29 (1).

Jaeggi, Tanja and Moretti, Diego and Kvalsvig, Jane and Holding, Penny A. and Tjalsma, Harold and Kortman, Guus A. M. and Joosten, Irma and Mwangi, Alice and Zimmermann, Michael Bruce (2013) Iron Status and Systemic Inflammation, but Not Gut Inflammation, Strongly Predict Gender-Specific Concentrations of Serum Hepcidin in Infants in Rural Kenya. PLOS ONE, 8 (2).

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