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Reviews and invited contributions

D. A. Bender. (1978) Tryptophan and serotonin in schizophrenia: a clue to biochemical defects - pp 87-98 in The Biological Basis of Schizophrenia, Edited by G. Hemmings & W. A. Hemmings, MTP Press, Lancaster.

D. A. Bender (1978) Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 37: 159-165. Regulation of 5-hydroxytryptamine synthesis.

D. A. Bender (1984) Neurochemistry International 6: 297-321 B vitamins in the nervous system.

D. A. Bender & A. E. Bender (1986) Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, series A, 56 695-719. Niacin and tryptophan metabolism: the biochemical basis of niacin requirements and recommendations.

D. A. Bender (1987) World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 51: 140-189. Oestrogens and vitamin B6 - actions and interactions.

D. A. Bender (1989) European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 43: 289-309. Vitamin B6 requirements and recommendations.

D. A. Bender (1994) Novel functions of Vitamin B6. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 53: 625-30.

D. A. Bender (1999) Non-nutritional uses of vitamin B6. British Journal of Nutrition 81: 7-20.

D. A. Bender (1999) Optimum status: thiamin, biotin and pantothenic acid. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 58: 427-33.

D.A.Bender (2002) Daily doses of multi-vitamin tablets. British Medical Journal 325: 173-4 (invited editorial).

D.A.Bender (2003) Invited commentary: Megaloblastic anaemia in vitamin B12 deficiency. British Journal of Nutrition 89: 439-40.

D.A.Bender (2003) Do we really know vitamin and mineral requirements for infants and children. JRSH: Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 123: 154-8.

D.A.Bender (2005) The promise of metabolomics Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 85: 7-9.

 

 

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