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Academic Article Glucose replacement to euglycemia causes hypoxia, acidosis, and decreased insulin secretion in fetal sheep with intrauterine growth restriction.
Academic Article A physiological increase in insulin suppresses gluconeogenic gene activation in fetal sheep with sustained hypoglycemia.
Academic Article Inositol and mannose utilization rates in term and late-preterm infants exceed nutritional intakes.
Academic Article Prolonged maternal amino acid infusion in late-gestation pregnant sheep increases fetal amino acid oxidation.
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Academic Article Exogenous amino acids suppress glucose oxidation and potentiate hepatic glucose production in late gestation fetal sheep.
Academic Article Differential effects of intrauterine growth restriction and a hypersinsulinemic-isoglycemic clamp on metabolic pathways and insulin action in the fetal liver.
Academic Article Sustained hypoxemia in late gestation potentiates hepatic gluconeogenic gene expression but does not activate glucose production in the ovine fetus.
Academic Article Reduced glucose-stimulated insulin secretion following a 1-wk IGF-1 infusion in late gestation fetal sheep is due to an intrinsic islet defect.
Academic Article 3D Fractional Limb Volume Identifies Reduced Subcutaneous and Lean Mass in Fetal Growth Restriction.
Academic Article Differences in body composition and growth persist postnatally in fetuses diagnosed with severe compared to mild fetal growth restriction.
Academic Article EBNEO commentary: Early amino acids in extremely preterm infants and neurodisability at 2?years.

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