Papers

Papers.

Being a researcher of a certain age, some of my work was published in the days before online publishing and not all journals have been enlightened enough to make their back-catalogue available in downloadable format. Those papers which are not hyperlinked below are available from me on request.

1988-1992
1. Jones SM, Brooks BA, Langley SC, Idle JR, Hirom PC (1988). Glutathione transferase activities of cultured human ymphocytes.Carcinogenesis 9, 395-398.

2. Langley SC, York DA (1990). Increased type II glucocorticoid-receptor numbers and glucocorticoid-sensitive enzyme activities in the brain of the obese Zucker rat. Brain Res. 533 268-274.

3. Langley SC, York DA (1990). The effects of the antiglucocorticoid RU486 on the development of obesity in the obese fafa Zucker rat. Am. J. Physiol. 259 R539-R542. .

4. Langley SC, York DA (1992). Glucocorticoid receptor numbers in the brain and liver of the obese Zucker rat. Int. J. Obesity. 16 135-143.

5. Langley SC, Phillips GJ, Tahedl S, Kelly FJ (1992).Vitamin E supplementation fails to prevent hyperoxic lung injury in the preterm guinea pig. CBP 103A 793-799.

6. Langley SC, Kelly FJ (1992). Effect of food restriction on hyperoxia-induced lung injury in the preterm guinea pig. Am. J. Physiol. 263 L357-L362.

7. Langley SC, Kelly FJ (1992). Differing response of the glutathione system to fasting in adult and neonatal guinea pigs. Biochem. Pharmacol. 44 1489-1494.

1993-1996
8. Langley SC, Brown RK, Kelly FJ (1993). Reduced free radical trapping capacity in cystic fibrosis. Pediatric Res. 33 247-250.

9. Langley SC, Rickett GMW, Hunt A, Kelly FJ, Postle AD, York DA (1993). Effects of the glucocorticoid agonist, RU28362, and the antagonist, RU486, on lung surfactant and antioxidant enzyme development in the genetically obese Zucker rat. Biochem. Pharmacol. 45 543-551.

10. Langley SC, Kelly FJ (1993). N-acetylcysteine ameliorates hyperoxic lung injury in the preterm guinea pig. Biochem.Pharmacol. 45 841-846.

11. Langley SC, Kelly FJ (1994). Depletion of pulmonary glutathione using diethylmaleic acid accelerates the development of oxygen-induced lung injury in term and preterm guinea pig neonates. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 46 98-102 (1994).

12. Langley SC, Jackson AA (1994). Increased systolic blood pressure in adult rats, induced by fetal exposure to maternal low protein diets.Clin. Sci. 86 217-222.

13. Langley SC, Seakins M, Grimble RF, Jackson AA (1994). The acute phase response of adult rats is altered by in utero exposure to maternal low protein diets. J. Nutr. 124 1588-1596.

14. Langley SC, Browne RF, Jackson AA (1994). Altered glucose tolerance in rats exposed to maternal low protein diets in utero. CBP 109A 223-229.

15. Langley-Evans SC, Phillips GJ, Jackson AA (1994). In utero exposure to maternal low protein diets induces hypertension in weanling rats, independently of maternal blood pressure changes. Clin. Nutr. 13 319-324.

16. Langley-Evans SC, Wood S, Jackson AA (1994). Enzymes of the gamma-glutamyl cycle are progammed in utero by maternal nutrition. Ann. Nutr. Metab. 39 28-35.

17. Langley-Evans SC, Jackson AA (1995). Captopril normalises systolic blood pressure in rats with hypertension induced by fetal exposure to maternal low protein diets. CBP 110A 223-228.

18. Tappia PS, Troughton KL, Langley-Evans SC, Grimble RF (1995). Cigarette smoking influences cytokine production and antioxidant defenses. Clin. Sci. 88 485-489.

19. Langley-Evans SC, Phillips GJ, Gardner DS, Jackson AA (1996). Role of glucocorticoids in programming of maternal-diet-induced hypertension. J. Nutr. Biochem. 7 173-178.

20. Langley-Evans SC, Jackson AA (1996). Rats with hypertension induced by in utero exposure to a maternal low protein diet, fail to increase blood pressure in response to a chronically high salt intake. Ann. Nutr. Metab. 40 1-9.

21. Langley-Evans SC, Phillips GJ, Jackson AA (1996). Sulphur dioxide: a potent glutathione depleting agent. CBP. 114C 89-98.

22. Langley-Evans SC, Phillips GJ, Benediktsson R, Gardner DS, Edwards CRW, Jackson AA, Seckl JR (1996). Protein intake in pregnancy, placental glucocorticoid metabolism and the programming of hypertension in the rat. Placenta 17 169-172.

23. Langley-Evans SC (1996). Intrauterine programming of hypertension in the rat: nutrient interactions. CBP. 114A 327-333.

24. Langley-Evans SC, Gardner DS, Jackson AA (1996). Association of disproportionate growth of fetal rats in late gestation with raised systolic blood pressure in later life. J. Reprod. Fert. 106 307-312.

25. Langley-Evans SC, Clamp AG, Grimble RF, Jackson AA (1996). Influence of dietary fats upon systolic blood pressure in the rat. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 47 417-425.

26. Langley-Evans SC, Gardner DS, Jackson AA (1996). Evidence of programming of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis by maternal protein restriction during pregnancy. J. Nutr. 126 1578-1585.

27. Langley-Evans SC, Jackson AA (1996). Intrauterine programming of hypertension: Nutrient-hormone interactions. Nutr. Reviews 54 163-169.

28. Langley-Evans SC, Welham SJM, Sherman RC, Jackson AA (1996). Weanling rats exposed to maternal low protein diets during discrete periods of gestation exhibit differing severity of hypertension. Clin. Sci. 91 607-615 (1996).

1997-2000
29. Langley-Evans SC, Phillips GJ, Jackson AA (1997). Fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet alters the susceptibility of the young adult rat to sulphur dioxide-induced lung injury. J. Nutr. 127 202-209.

30. Langley-Evans SC (1997). Intrauterine programming of hypertension by glucocorticoids. Life Sci. 60 1213-1221.

31. Langley-Evans SC (1997). Hypertension induced by fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet, in the rat, is prevented by pharmacological blockade of glucocorticoid synthesis. J. Hypertension. 15 537-544.

32. Langley-Evans SC (1997). Fetal programming of immune function and respiratory disease. Clin. Exp. Allergy 27 1377-1379.

33. Langley-Evans SC (1997). Maternal carbenoxolone treatment lowers birthweight and induces hypertension in the offspring of rats fed a low protein diet. Clin. Sci. 93 423-429.

34. Gardner DS, Jackson AA, Langley-Evans SC (1997). Maintenance of maternal diet-induced hypertension in the rat is dependent upon glucocorticoids. Hypertension 30 1525-1530.

35. Langley-Evans SC, Gardner DS, Welham SJM (1998). Intrauterine programming of cardiovascular disease by maternal nutritional status. Nutrition 14 39-47.

36. Gardner DS, Jackson AA, Langley-Evans SC (1998). The effect of prenatal diet and glucocorticoids upon growth and systolic blood pressure in the rat. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 57 235-240.

37. Sherman RC, Langley-Evans SC (1998). Early administration of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor captopril, prevents the development of hypertension programmed by intrauterine exposure to a maternal low protein diet in the rat. Clin. Sci. 94 373-381.

38. Langley-Evans SC, Nwagwu MO (1998). Impaired growth and increased activities of glucocorticoid sensitive enzyme activities in tissues of rat fetuses exposed to maternal low protein diets. Life Sci. 63 605-615. .

39. Langley-Evans SC, Welham SJM, Jackson AA (1999). Fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet impairs nephrogenesis and promotes hypertension in the rat. Life Sci 64 965-974.

40. Langley-Evans SC, Sherman RC, Welham SJM, Nwagwu MO, Gardner DS, Jackson AA (1999). Intrauterine programming of hypertension: the role of the renin-angiotensin system. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 27 88-93.

41. Langley-Evans SC (1999). The fetal origins of adult disease. Br. J. Nutr. 81 5-6.

42. Maloney SR, Phillips CA, Langley-Evans SC, Mills A (1999). Mercury in hair-but from where? Authors reply. Lancet 353.

43. Sherman RC, Jackson AA, Langley-Evans SC (1999). Long term modification of the excretion of prostaglandin E2 by fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet in the rat. Ann. Nutr. Metab. 43 98-106.

44. Nwagwu MO, Cook A, Langley-Evans SC (2000). Evidence of progressive deterioration of renal function in rats exposed to a maternal low protein diet in utero. Br. J. Nutr. 83, 79-85.

45. Sherman RC, Langley-Evans SC (2000). Antihypertensive treatment in early postnatal life modulates prenatal dietary influences upon blood pressure, in the rat. Clin. Sci 98 269-275.

46. Langley-Evans SC (2000). Critical differences between two low protein diet protocols in the programming of hypertension in the rat. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 51 11-17.

47. Langley-Evans SC (2000). Antioxidant potential of green and black tea determined using the ferric reducing power (FRAP) assay. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 51 181-188.

48. Langley-Evans SC (2000). Consumption of black tea elicits an increase in plasma antioxidant potential in humans. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 51 309-315.

2001-2004
49. Sayer AA, Dunn RL, Langley-Evans SC, Cooper C (2001). Intrauterine exposure to a maternal low protein diet shortens lifespan in rats. Gerontology. 47 9-14.

50. Langley-Evans SC (2001). Fetal programming of cardiovascular function through exposure to maternal undernutrition. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 60 505-513.

51. Langley-Evans SC (2001). Tea as a protective agent in cardiovascular health. Nutrition and Food Science. 31, 75-79.

52. Langley-Evans SC (2001).Fetal growth markers may show nutritionally mediated effect. British Medical Journal 323, 52.

53. Marchand MC, Langley-Evans SC (2001). Intrauterine programming of nephron number: the fetal flaw revisited. J. Nephrology 14, 327-331.

54. Furneaux EC, Langley-Evans AJ, Langley-Evans SC (2001). Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy: Endocrine basis and contribution to pregnancy outcome. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey 56 775-784.

55. Sculley DV, Langley-Evans SC (2002). Salivary antioxidants and periodontal disease status. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 61, 137-143.

56. Langley-Evans SC (2002). Factors that programme resistance to obesity must be identified. British Medical Journal 324, 674.

57. Mehta G, Roach HI, Langley-Evans SC, Reading I, Oreffo ROC, Aihie-Sayer A, Clarke NMP, Cooper C (2002). Intrauterine exposure to a maternal low protein diet reduces adult bone mass and alters growth plate morphology. Calc.Tiss.Intl 79: 493-498.

58. Langley-Evans SC, Langley-Evans AJ (2002). Use of folic acid supplements in the first trimester of pregnancy. J. Royal Society Promotion of Health 122, 181-186.

59. Jackson AA, Dunn RL, Marchand MC, Langley-Evans SC (2003). Increased systolic blood pressure in rats induced by maternal low protein diet is reversed by dietary supplementation with glycine. Clin. Sci. 103, 633-639.

60. Langley-Evans SC, Langley-Evans AJ, Marchand MC (2003). Nutritional programming of blood pressure and renal morphology. Arch. Physiol. Biochem. 111, 8-16.

61. Roach HI, Mehta G, Clarke NMP, Langley-Evans S, Cooper C (2003). Age-related changes in the growth plates of rats: Associations with catabolic and anabolic phases of osteodystrophy and kidney failure. J. Bone Mineral Metab. 21 299-306.

62. Brameld JM, Fahey AJ, Langley-Evans SC, Buttery PJ (2003). Nutritional and hormonal control of muscle growth and fat deposition. Arch. Animal Breeding 46, 143-156.

63. Langley-Evans AJ, Langley-Evans SC (2003). Relationship between maternal nutrient intakes in early and late pregnancy and infants weight and proportions at birth. J. Royal Society Promotion of Health 123, 210-216.

64. Sculley DV, Langley-Evans SC (2003). Periodontal disease is associated with lower antioxidant capacity in saliva and evidence of increased protein oxidation. Clin. Sci. 105, 167-172.

65. Langley-Evans SC, Langley-Evans AJ (2003). Difference in energy intake between male and female carrying pregnant women is a chance observation. British Medical Journal. 327, 622 (2003).

66. McMullen S, Gardner DS, Langley-Evans SC (2004). Prenatal programming of angiotensin II type 2 receptor expression in the rat. Br. J. Nutr. 91, 133-140.

67. Bellinger L, Lilley C, Langley-Evans SC (2004). Prenatal exposure to a maternal low protein diet programmes a preference for high fat foods in the young adult rat. Br. J. Nutr. 92 513-520.

2005-2008
68. McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2005). Maternal low protein diet in rat pregnancy programmes blood pressure through sex-specific mechanisms. Am. J. Physiol. 288 R85-R90.

69. Langley-Evans SC, Bellinger L, McMullen S (2005). Animal models of programming: Early life influences on appetite and feeding behaviour. Maternal and Child Nutrition 1, 142-148.

70. Langley-Evans SC, Sculley DV (2005). Programming of hepatic antoxidant capacity and oxidative injury in the ageing rat. Mechs. Ageing Development 126 804-812

71. Carrington LJ, Langley-Evans SC (2006). Wheezing and eczema in relation to infant anthropometry: evidence of developmental programming of disease in childhood. Maternal and Child Nutrition 2, 51-61.

72. McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2005). Fetal undernutrition and the programming of blood pressure. Current Nutrition and Food Science 1, 105-129.

73. McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2005). Essential hypertension: defending the contribution of a congenital nephron deficit. Hypertension 46, e4.

74. Gopalakrishnan GS, Gardner DS, Dandrea J, Langley-Evans SC, Pearce S, Kurlak LO, Walker RM, Seetho IW, Keisler DH, Ramsay MM, Stephenson T, Symonds ME (2005). Influence of maternal pre-pregnancy body composition and diet during early-mid pregnancy on cardiovascular function and nephron number in juvenile sheep. Br.J. Nutr. 94, 938-947.

75. Bellinger L, Langley-Evans SC (2005). Fetal programming of appetite by exposure to a maternal low protein diet in the rat. Clin. Sci.109, 413-420.

76. McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2005). Sex-specific effects of prenatal low-protein and carbenoxolone exposure on renal angiotensin receptor expression in rats. Hypertension 46, 1374-1380.

77. Bellinger L, Sculley DV, Langley-Evans SC (2006). Exposure to undernutrition in fetal life determines fat distribution, locomotor activity and food intake in ageing rats. Intl. J. Obesity 30, 729-738.

78. Langley-Evans SC, Lilley C, McMullen S (2006). Maternal protein restriction and fetal growth: Lack of evidence of a role for homocysteine in fetal programming. Br. J Nutr. 96, 578-586.

79. Langley-Evans SC, Carrington LJ (2006). Diet and the developing immune system. Lupus 15, 746-752.

80. Rutland CS, Latunde-Dada AO, Thorpe A, Plant R, Langley-Evans SC, Leach L (2007). Effect of gestational nutrition on vascular integrity in the murine placenta. Placenta 28, 734-742.

81. Langley-Evans SC. (2006) Developmental programming of health and disease. Proc Nutr Soc. 65, 97-105.

82. Langley-Evans SC , Sculley DV (2006). The association between birthweight and longevity in the rat is complex and modulated by maternal protein intake during fetal life. Febs Letts. 580, 4150-4153.

83. Elmes MJ, Gardner DS, Langley-Evans SC (2007). Fetal Exposure to a Maternal Low Protein Diet is Associated with Altered Left Ventricular Pressure Response to Ischaemia Reperfusion Injury Br. J. Nutr. 98 93-100.

84. Erhuma A, Bellinger L, Bennett AJ and Langley-Evans SC (2007). Prenatal exposure to undernutrition and programming of responses to high fat feeding in the rat. Br. J. Nutr. 98, 517-524.

85. Erhuma A, Salter AM, Sculley DV, Langley-Evans SC and Bennett A (2007). Prenatal exposure to a low protein diet programmes disordered regulation of lipid metabolism in the ageing rat. Am. J. Physiol. 292, E1702-E1714.

86. Mallinson J, Sculley DV, Craigon J, Plant R, Langley-Evans SC, and Brameld JM (2007). Fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet during mid gestation results in muscle-specific effects on fibre type composition in young rats. Br. J. Nutr. 98, 292-299.

87. Elmes MJ, Gardner DS and Langley-Evans SC (2008). Prenatal diet determines susceptibility to cardiac ischemia-reperfusion injury following treatment with diethylmaleic acid and N-acetylcysteine. Life Sci. 82, 149-155.

88. Langley-Evans SC (2007). Metabolic programming in pregnancy: studies in animal models. Genes and Nutrition 2, 33-38.

89. Elmes MJ, Haase A, Gardner DS, Langley-Evans SC (2008). Gender differences in sensitivity to β-adrenergic agonist in the isolated adult rat heart following prenatal protein restriction. Br. J. Nutr. 101, 725-734.

90. Harrison M, Langley-Evans SC (2008). Intergenerational programming of impaired nephrogenesis and hypertension in rats following maternal protein restriction during pregnancy. Br. J. Nutr., 101, 1020-1030.

91. Yates Z, Tarling EJ, Langley-Evans SC, Salter AM (2008). Maternal undernutrition programmes atherosclerosis in the Apo E*3 Leiden mouse. Br. J. Nutr. 101, 1185-1194.

92. Langley-Evans SC (2008). Nutritional Programming of Disease: Unravelling the mechanism. J. Anatomy. 215, 36-51

2009-2012

93. Erhuma A, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC, Bennett A (2009). Feeding pregnant rats a low-protein diet alters the hepatic expression of SREBP-1c in their offspring via a glucocorticoid-related mechanism. Endocrine 36, 333-338

94. Salter AM, Tarling EJ, Langley-Evans SC (2009). Influence of maternal nutrition on the metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular risease risk in the offspring. Clinical Lipidology. 4, 145-158.

95. Whitehead K, Langley-Evans SC, Tischler V, Swift JA (2009. Communication skills for behaviour change in dietetic consultations. J. Human Nutr. Dietetics 22,:493-500.

96. Akyol A, Langley-Evans SC, McMullen S (2009). Obesity induced by cafeteria feeding and pregnancy outcome in the rat. Br. J. Nutr. 102, 1601-1610.

97. Lloyd L, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2010). Childhood obesity and adult cardiovascular disease risk: a systematic review. Intl. J. Obesity 34, 18-28.

98. Engeham SF, Haase A, Langley-Evans SC (2010). Supplementation of a maternal low-protein diet in rat pregnancy with folic acid ameliorates programming effects upon feeding behaviour in the absence of disturbances to the methionine-homocysteine cycle. Br. J. Nutr. 103, 996-1007.

99. Joles JA, Sculley DV, Langley-Evans SC (2010). Proteinuria in aging rats due to low-protein diet during mid-gestation. J.DOHAD. 1, 75-83.

100. Bogdarina I, Haase A, Langley-Evans SC, Clark AJL (2010). Glucocorticoid effects on the programming of AT1b angiotensin receptor gene methylation and expression in the rat. PLOSOne. 5, e9237.

101. McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2010). The developmental origins of adult disease. Medical Principles and Practice. 19, 87-98.

102. Swali A, Langley-Evans SC, McMullen S (2010). Prenatal protein restriction leads to a disparity between aortic and peripheral blood pressure in Wistar male offspring. Journal of Physiology, 588; 3809-3818.

103. Cornock R, Langley-Evans SC, Mobasheri A, McMullen S (2010). The role of renal angiotensin receptors and vasopressin-related aquaporins in the regulation of plasma volume during pregnancy in the rat. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, 8: 105-

104. Langley-Evans SC, Daniel ZC, Wells C, Ryan KJP, Plant R, Welham SJM (2011). Protein restriction in the pregnant mouse modifies fetal growth and pulmonary development: role of fetal exposure to beta-hydroxybutyrate. Experimental Physiology 96: 203-215

105. Wright T, Langley-Evans SC, Voigt JP (2011). The impact of maternal cafeteria diet on anxiety-related behaviour and exploration in the offspring. Physiology and Behaviour 103:164-172.

106. Lloyd L, Langley-Evans SC, McMullen S (2012). Childhood obesity and risk of the adult metabolic syndrome: a systematic review. International Journal of Obesity 36, 1-11.

107. Wright T, Fone K, Langley-Evans SC, Voigt JP (2011). Exposure to maternal consumption of cafeteria diet during the lactation period programmes feeding behaviour in the rat. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 29, 785-793.

108. Akyol A, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2012). Insulin resistance associated with early life exposure to maternal cafeteria diet is dependent upon post-weaning diet. British Journal of Nutrition 107, 964-978.

109. Austin RM, Langley-Evans SC (2011). Cultured neonatal rat cardiomyocytes display differences in glucose uptake and sensitivity to dexamethasone related to maternal diet. Journal of the Developmental Orgins of Health and Disease 2: 190-194.

110. McArdle HJ, Gambling L, Lang C, Swali A, Langley-Evans SC, McMullen S (2011). A common cause for a common phenotype- the gatekeeper hypothesis in fetal programming. Medical Hypotheses 78: 88-94. 

111. Swali A, McMullen S, Hayes H, Gambling L, McArdle H, Langley-Evans (2011). Cell cycle regulation and cytoskeletal remodelling are critical processes in the nutritional programming of embryonic development. PlosOne 6, e23189.

112. Engeham S, Mdaki K, Austin RM, Jewell K, Lehner A, Langley-Evans SC (2012). Mitochondrial respiration is decreased in rat kidney following fetal exposure to a maternal low protein diet. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, 12, 989037.

113. KJP Ryan, MJ Elmes, DS Gardner, SC Langley-Evans (2012). The effects of prenatal protein restriction on ß-adrenergic signalling of the adult rat heart during ischaemia. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, 12, 397389.

114. Swali A, McMullen S, Hayes H, Gambling L, McArdle HJ and Langley-Evans SC (2012). Processes Underlying the Nutritional Programming of Embryonic Development by Iron Deficiency in the Rat. PLOS One. 7, e48133.

2013-Present

115. Pearce J, Langley-Evans SC (2013). The types of food and feeding style introduced during complementary feeding and risk of childhood obesity: a systematic review. International Journal of Obesity, 37, 1295-1306. .

116. Cornock R, Gambling L, Langley-Evans SC, McArdle HJ and McMullen S (2013). The effect of feeding a low iron diet prior to and during gestation on fetal and maternal iron homeostasis in two strains of rat. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology. 11: 32

117. Langley-Evans SC (2013). Fetal programming of cardiovascular and renal disease: animal models and mechanistic considerations. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 72(3):317-25

118.  Pearce J, Taylor MA, Langley-Evans SC (2013). Timing of weaning and risk of childhood obesity: a systematic review. International Journal of Obesity. 37, 477-85

119. Kouvelioti R., Vagenas G. Langley-Evans S. (2013). The effects of exercise and diet on weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adults: a systematic review. Sports Medicine and Fitness Journal. 54: 456-474.

 120. Whitehead K, Tischler V, Langley-Evans SC, Swift JA (2013). Assessing communication skills in dietetic consultations: the development of the reliable and valid DIET-COMMS tool. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 27, 321-332.

121. Altobelli G, Bogdarina I, Stupka E, Clark AJC, Langley-Evans SC (2013). Genome-wide methylation and gene expression changes in newborn rats following maternal protein restriction and reversal by folic acid. PlosOne 8(12): e82989.

122. Langley-Evans SC (2015) Nutrition in early life and the programming of adult disease: a review. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 28 suppl 1, 1-14

123. Daniel ZC, Akyol A, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2014) Exposure of neonatal rats to maternal cafeteria diet during suckling alters hepatic gene expression and DNA methylation in the insulin signalling pathway. Genes and Nutrition 9, 365.

124. Warneke W, Klaus S, Fink H, Langley-Evans SC, Voigt JP (2013). The impact of cafeteria diet feeding on physiology and anxiety-related behaviour in male and female Sprague-Dawley rats of different ages.  Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 116C, 45-54.

125. McGiveron A, Foster S, Pearce J, Taylor MA, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2015). Limiting antenatal weight gain improves maternal health outcomes in severely obese pregnant women: findings of a pragmatic evaluation of a midwife-led intervention. J Hum Nutr Diet. 28 suppl 1, 29-37.

126. Ware S, Voigt J-P, Langley-Evans S.C. (2015). Body composition and behaviour in adult rats are influenced by maternal diet, maternal age and high-fat feeding. Journal of Nutritional Sciences 4, e3.

127. Wright T.M,  King M.V., Davey W.G., Langley-Evans S.C.,  Voigt J-P,W. (2014) The impact of cafeteria feeding during lactation in the rat on novel object discrimination in the offspring British Journal of Nutrition 112: 1933-1937

128. Pijacka W., Clifford B., Tilburgs C., Joles J.A., Langley-Evans S.C., McMullen S (2015). Protective role of female gender in programmed accelerated renal aging in the rat. Physiological Reports 3: e12342

129. Tarling EJ, Ryan KJP, Austin RM, Kugler SJ, Salter AM, Langley-Evans SC (2016). Maternal high-fat feeding in pregnancy programmes atherosclerotic lesion size in the ApoE*3 Leiden mouse. J DOHAD 7: 290-297

130. Avery A, Harrington M, Langley-Evans SC, Swift JA (2016). Setting targets leads to greater long-term weight losses and ‘unrealistic’ targets increase the effect in a large community-based commercial weight management group. J Human Nutr Dietetics 29, 687-696.

131. Daniel Z, Swali A, Emes R, Langley-Evans SC (2016). The effect of maternal undernutrition on the rat placental transcriptome: protein restriction up-regulates cholesterol transport. Genes and Nutrition 11:27.

132. Pijacka W, Clifford B, Walas D, Tilburgs C, Joles JA, McMullen S, Langley-Evans SC (2016). Impact of gonadectomy on blood pressure regulation in ageing male and female rats, Biology of Sex Differences 7:64.

133. Swift JA, Pearce J, Jethwa P, Taylor MA, Avery A, Ellis S, Langley-Evans SC, McMullen S (2016). Antenatal weight management: women’s experiences, behaviours, and expectations of weighing in early pregnancy. J Pregnancy 2016: 8454759

134. Swift JA, Langley-Evans SC, Pearce J, Jethwa PH, Taylor MA, Avery A, Ellis S, McMullen S, Elliott-Sale KJ (2017). Antenatal weight management: Diet, physical activity, and gestational weight gain in early pregnancy. Midwifery In Press

135. Gates L, Langley-Evans SC, Kraft J, Lock A, Salter AM (2017). Fetal and neonatal exposure to trans fatty acids impacts on susceptibility to atherosclerosis in apolipoprotein E*3 Leiden mice. Br J Nutrition In Press

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