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1 The health effects of bioactive plant components in food: Results and opinions of the EU COST 926 action
article 2008    
Author: Dokkum, W. van · Frølich, W. · Saltmarsh, M. · Gee, J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Fruit · Gene expression · Health · Phytochemicals · Vegetables
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2 Water-soluble vitamins and flavonoids - Summary
article 1997    
Author: Berg, H. van den
Keywords: Nutrition · Bioavailability · Flavonoids · Methodology · Water-soluble vitamins · Flavonoid · Vitamin · Bioavailability · Conference paper · Dietary intake · Human · Intestine absorption · Isotope labeling · Urinary excretion · Vitamin intake · Vitamin metabolism

3 Bioavailability of ferulic acid is determined by its bioaccessibility
article 2009    
Author: Mateo Anson, N. · Berg, R. van den · Havenaar, R. · Bast, A. · Haenen, G.R.M.M.
Keywords: Biology · Analytical research · Biomedical research · Bioaccessibility · Bioavailability · Ferulic acid (FA) · Wheat fractions (Triticum aestivum L.) · Triticum aestivum
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4 In vitro availability of iron and zinc: Effects of the type, concentration and fractions of digestion products of the protein
article 1996    
Author: Pérez-Llamas, F. · Diepenmaat-Wolters, M.G.E. · Zamora, S.
Keywords: In vitro availability · Protein digestion · Protein · Protein derivative · Absorption · Bioavailability · Nutritional value · Animals · Biological Availability · Dialysis · Dietary Proteins · Digestion · Intestinal Absorption · Iron · Soybeans · Swine · Zinc · Glycine max
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5 Pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of dapsone in the beagle dog
article 1989    
Author: Hekman, P. · Rens, P. van · Rietvel, E.C. · Coert, A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Dapsone · Animal experiment · Dog · Drug bioavailability · Drug blood level · Drug determination · Intravenous drug administration · Nonhuman · Oral drug administration · Preliminary communication
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6 Folic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate in fortified milk are bioaccessible as determined in a dynamic in vitro gastrointestinal model
article 2003    
Author: Verwei, M. · Arkbåge, K. · Havenaar, R. · Berg, H. van den · Witthöft, C. · Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Folate · Folate-binding protein · Fortified milk · In vitro gastrointestinal model · 5 methyltetrahydrofolic acid · folate binding protein · folic acid · article · bioavailability · compartment model · computer model · high temperature · intermethod comparison · milk · milk level · protein stability · stomach absorption · stomach pH · Animals · Biological Availability · Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid · Digestive System · Folic Acid · Food, Fortified · Milk · Models, Biological · Tetrahydrofolates
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7 From dermal exposure to internal dose
article 2007    
Author: Sandt, J.J.M. van de · Dellarco, M. · Hemmen, J.J. van
Keywords: Health · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · (Q)SAR · Bioavailability · Dermal exposure · Internal dose · Modelling · Skin absorption · algorithm · bioavailability · contamination · dose response · human · law · nonhuman · population exposure · review · risk assessment · skin absorption · skin permeability · skin toxicity · Animals · Biological Availability · Chemical Industry · Environmental Exposure · Environmental Monitoring · European Union · Humans · Models, Animal · Models, Biological · Models, Chemical · Permeability · Risk Assessment · Skin Absorption · Animalia
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8 Bioavailability and biodegradation of nonylphenol in sediment determined with chemical and bioanalysis
article 2008    
Author: Weert, J. de · Cal, A. de la · Berg, H. van den · Murk, A. · Langenhoff, A. · Rijnaarts, H. · Grotenhuis, T.
Keywords: Geosciences · Aerobic biodegradation · Bioavailability · Estrogenic activity · Nonylphenol · Biodegradability · Biodegradation · Environmental protection · Gas chromatography · Mass spectrometry · Risk assessment · Sediments · Aerobic biodegradation · Bioanalysis · Estrogenic activity · Nonylphenol · Phenols · estradiol · nonylphenol · petroleum · surfactant · bioassay · bioavailability · biodegradation · endocrine disruptor · environmental risk · estrogenic compound · fluvial deposit · oxic conditions · phenolic compound · risk assessment · sediment analysis · sediment pollution · surfactant · toxicity test · adsorption · article · bioavailability · biodegradation · bioremediation · chemical analysis · desorption · dry weight · estrogen activity · extraction · isomer · mass fragmentography · priority journal · risk assessment · river · sediment · solid phase microextraction · Spain · Biodegradation, Environmental · Biological Availability · Estrogens · Geologic Sediments · Models, Biological · Phenols · Water Pollutants, Chemical · Ebro River · Eurasia · Europe · Southern Europe · Spain
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9 Bioavailability of calcium of fresh cheeses, enteral food and mineral water. A study with stable calcium isotopes in young adult women
article 1996    
Author: Dokkum, W. van · Guéronnière, V. dela · Schaafsma, G. · Bouley, C. · Luten, J. · Latgé, C.
Keywords: Nutrition · Bioavailability · Calcium absorption · Enteral product · Fresh cheese · Mineral water · Calcium 45 · Cheese · Dairy product · Meal · Adult · Biological Availability · Calcium · Calcium Isotopes · Cheese · Enteral Nutrition · Female · Humans · Intestinal Absorption · Mineral Waters
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10 Phytotoxicity of some chloroanilines and chlorophenols, in relation to bioavailability in soil
article 1996    
Author: Gestel, C.A.M. van · Adema, D.M.M. · Dirven- Breemen, E.M. van
Keywords: Chloroanilines · Chlorophenols · Equlibrium partitioning · Phytotoxicity · Soil sorption · Structure activity relationships · Adsorption · Cultivation · pH effects · Toxicity · Bioavailability · Equilibrium partitioning · Phytotoxicity · Structure activity relationships · Soil pollution · 2,4,5 trichlorophenol · 3 chlorophenol
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11 Evaluating in vitro-in vivo extrapolation of toxicokinetics
article 2018    
Author: Wambaugh, J.F. · Hughes, M.F. · Ring, C.L. · MacMillan, D.K. · Ford, J. · Fennell, T.R. · Black, S.R. · Snyder, R.W. · Sipes, N.S. · Wetmore, B.A. · Westerhout, J. · Setzer, R.W. · Pearce, R.G. · Simmons, J.E. · Thomas, R.S.
Keywords: Biology · Environmental chemicals · IVIVE · Toxicokinetics · Animal experiment · Animal tissue · Clearance · Drug bioavailability · Health hazard · In vitro study · In vivo study · Nonhuman · Plasma · Prediction · Rat · Steady state · Toxicokinetics · Uncertainty · Volume of distribution
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12 Effect of various levels of selenium in wheat and meat on blood Se status indices and on Se balance in Dutch men
article 1991    
Author: Torre H.W.van der · Dokkum, W. van · Schaafsma, G. · Wedel, M. · Ockhuizen, T.
Keywords: Dutch men · Selenium balance · Selenium bioavailability · Wheat · Human tissue · Nutrition · Thrombocyte · Urinalysis · Wheat · Adult · Biological Availability · Blood Platelets · Case Report · Diet · Erythrocytes · Glutathione Peroxidase · Human · Male · Meat · Selenium · Time Factors · Triticum · Triticum aestivum
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13 Synthetic and tomato-based lycopene have identical bioavailability in humans
article 2003    
Author: Hoppe, P.P. · Krämer, K. · Berg, H. van den · Steenge, G. · Vliet, T. van
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Human · Lycopene · Serum carotenoids · alpha carotene · beta carotene · beta cryptoxanthin · carotenoid · cryptoxanthin · lycopene · placebo · unclassified drug · xanthophyll · zeaxanthin · adult · article · bioavailability · blood sampling · clinical trial · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · female · food composition · human · human experiment · male · normal human · nutritional value · randomized controlled trial · single blind procedure · tomato · Adult · Analysis of Variance · Antioxidants · beta Carotene · Biological Availability · Carotenoids · Female · Food, Formulated · Humans · Lutein · Lycopersicon esculentum · Male · Reference Values · Single-Blind Method · Xanthophylls · Caesalpinia ciliata · Lycopersicon esculentum
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14 Bioavailability and kinetics of sulforaphane in humans after consumption of cooked versus raw broccoli
article 2008    
Author: Vermeulen, M. · Klöpping-Ketelaars, I.W.A.A. · Berg, R. van den · Vaes, W.H.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Bioavailability · Broccoli · Kinetics · Sulforaphane · antineoplastic agent · sulforafan · thiocyanic acid derivative · adolescent · adult · article · bioavailability · blood · Brassica · chemistry · clinical trial · comparative study · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · crossover procedure · diet · food handling · heat · human · kinetics · male · methodology · middle aged · randomized controlled trial · Adolescent · Adult · Anticarcinogenic Agents · Biological Availability · Brassica · Cross-Over Studies · Diet · Food Handling · Hot Temperature · Humans · Kinetics · Male · Middle Aged · Thiocyanates · Brassica oleracea var. italica
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15 Food matrix and isoflavones bioavailability in early post menopausal women: A European clinical study
article 2008    
Author: Chanteranne, B. · Branca, F. · Kardinaal, A. · Wahala, K. · Braesco, V. · Ladroite, P. · Brouns, F. · Coxam, V.
Keywords: Nutrition · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Equol · Food processing · Postmenopausal women · Soy isoflavones · Aglycone · Daidzein · Equol · Flavone · Genistin · Isoflavone · Oxygen desmethyl angolensin · Unclassified drug · Adult · Article · Bioavailability · Blood level · Cereal · Clinical trial · Controlled clinical trial · Controlled study · Female · Food composition · Food intake · Human · Multicenter study · Normal human · Postmenopause osteoporosis · Randomized controlled trial · Soybean · Urine level · Biological Availability · Bone and Bones · Cross-Over Studies · Female · Food, Fortified · Humans · Isoflavones · Middle Aged · Patient Compliance · Phytoestrogens · Postmenopause · Soy Foods · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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16 Comparison of five in vitro digestion models to in vivo experimental results: Lead bioaccessibility in the human gastrointestinal tract
article 2007    
Author: Wiele, T.R. van de · Oomen, A.G. · Wragg, J. · Cave, M. · Minekus, M. · Hack, A. · Cornelis, C. · Rompelberg, C.J.M. · Zwart, L.L. de · Klinck, B. · Wijnen, J. van · Verstraete, W. · Sips, A.J.A.M.
Keywords: Biomedical Research · Bioaccessibility · Bioavailable · Human gut · In vitro digestion · Intestine · Pb · Soil ingestion · Approximation algorithms · Biological organs · Computer simulation · Lead · Optimization · Risk assessment · Separation · Soils · Bioaccessibility · Bioavailability · Gastrointestinal tract · Human gut · In vitro digestion · Soil ingestion · Physiological models · lead · article · bioavailability · centrifugation · comparative study · diet restriction · digestion · filtration · food intake · gastrointestinal tract · in vitro study · lead poisoning · simulation · soil analysis · ultrafiltration · Biological Availability · Data Interpretation, Statistical · Gastrointestinal Tract · Humans · Lead · Models, Biological · Soil · Soil Pollutants
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17 Human systemic exposure to a [14C]-para-phenylenediamine- containing oxidative hair dye and correlation with in vitro percutaneous absorption in human or pig skin
article 2004    
Author: Hueber-Becker, F. · Nohynek, G.J. · Meuling, W.J.A. · Benech-Kieffer, F. · Toutain, H.
Keywords: Biology · Physiological Sciences · Bioavailability · Hair dyes · Human · MOS, margin of safety · PAP, para-aminophenol · Para-phenylenediamine · Percutaneous absorption · Pig · PPD, para-phenylenediamine · SCCNFP, EU Scientific Committee of Cosmetic and Non-Food Products Intended for Consumers · Skin · hair dye · phenylenediamine · animal tissue · article · bioavailability · blood analysis · controlled study · feces analysis · hair level · health hazard · human · human tissue · metabolic clearance rate · nonhuman · normal human · radioactivity · risk assessment · skin absorption · tissue distribution · urinalysis · Adolescent · Adult · Animals · Clinical Trials · Diffusion · Ear, External · Feces · Hair · Hair Dyes · Humans · Male · Oxidation-Reduction · Phenylenediamines · Skin Absorption · Swine · Sus scrofa
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18 Bioavailability of folic acid from fortified pasteurised and UHT-treated milk in humans
article 2005    
Author: Jong, R.J. de · Verwei, M. · West, C.E. · Vliet, T. van · Siebelink, E. · Berg, H. van den · Castenmiller, J.J.M.
Keywords: Health Chemistry · Biomedical Research · Bioavailability · Folate-binding proteins · Folic acid · Fortified milk · Homocysteine · Humans · folate binding protein · folic acid · homocysteine · placebo · adult · article · bioavailability · blood level · clinical trial · concentration (parameters) · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · denaturation · diet supplementation · dietary intake · double blind procedure · erythrocyte level · female · food composition · high temperature · human · human experiment · male · milk · normal human · protein binding · randomized controlled trial · treatment outcome · volunteer · Adolescent · Adult · Animals · Biological Availability · Carrier Proteins · Double-Blind Method · Erythrocytes · Female · Folic Acid · Food Handling · Food, Fortified · Homocysteine · Humans · Male · Middle Aged · Milk · Neural Tube Defects · Receptors, Cell Surface
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19 Bioaccessibility of Folic Acid and (6S)-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate Decreases after the Addition of Folate-Binding Protein to Yogurt as Studied in a Dynamic in Vitro Gastrointestinal Model
article 2003    
Author: Arkbåge, K. · Verwei, M. · Havenaar, R. · Witthöft, C.
Keywords: Health · Physiological Sciences · Folate bioaccessibility · Folate-binding protein · In vitro gastrointestinal model · Pasteurized milk · Yogurt · 5 methyltetrahydrofolic acid · folate binding protein · folic acid · yoghurt · article · bioavailability · food composition · food processing · milk · pasteurization · protein binding · Animals · Biological Availability · Carrier Proteins · Digestive Physiology · Digestive System · Folic Acid · Intestinal Mucosa · Jejunum · Milk · Models, Biological · Receptors, Cell Surface · Tetrahydrofolates · Yogurt
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20 In vitro intestinal lead uptake and transport in relation to speciation
article 2003    
Author: Oomen, A.G. · Tolls, J. · Sips, A.J.A.M. · Groten, J.P.
Keywords: Biology Health · Physiological Sciences · lead · pollution exposure · article · bioavailability · cell strain CACO 2 · controlled study · first pass effect · human · human cell · intestine absorption · lead poisoning · membrane permeability · metal metabolism · priority journal · risk assessment · soil pollution · tissue level · Administration, Oral · Biological Availability · Caco-2 Cells · Digestive System · Humans · Intestinal Mucosa · Ions · Lead · Soil Pollutants
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