J. H. Dumolt, M. Ma, J. Mathew, M. S. Patel and T. C. Rideout, Gestational hypercholesterolemia alters fetal hepatic lipid metabolism and microRNA expression in Apo-E-deficient mice, Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 2019, 317, E831-E838.
L. E. Gosselin, L. Chrapowitzky and T. C. Rideout, Metabolic effects of alpha-lipoic acid supplementation in pre-diabetics: a randomized, placebo-controlled pilot study, Food Funct, 2019, 10, 5732-5738.
N. Erickson, M. Zafron, S. V. Harding, C. P. F. Marinangeli and T. C. Rideout, Evaluating the Lipid-Lowering Effects of alpha-lipoic Acid Supplementation: A Systematic Review, Journal of dietary supplements, 2019, DOI: 10.1080/19390211.2019.1651436, 1-15.
J. H. Dumolt, R. W. Browne, M. S. Patel and T. C. Rideout, Malprogramming of Hepatic Lipid Metabolism due to Excessive Early Cholesterol Exposure in Adult Progeny, Mol Nutr Food Res, 2019, 63, e1800563.
J. H. Dumolt, S. K. Radhakrishnan, M. H. Moghadasian, K. Le, M. S. Patel, R. W. Browne and T. C. Rideout, Maternal hypercholesterolemia enhances oxysterol concentration in mothers and newly weaned offspring but is attenuated by maternal phytosterol supplementation, J Nutr Biochem, 2018, 52, 10-17.
T. C. Rideout, S. V. Harding, A. Raslawsky and C. B. Rempel, Dietary Resistant Starch Supplementation Increases High-Density Lipoprotein Particle Number in Pigs Fed a Western Diet, Journal of dietary supplements, 2017, 14, 334-345.
J. Liu, A. Iqbal, A. Raslawsky, R. W. Browne, M. S. Patel and T. C. Rideout, Influence of maternal hypercholesterolemia and phytosterol intervention during gestation and lactation on dyslipidemia and hepatic lipid metabolism in offspring of Syrian golden hamsters, Mol Nutr Food Res, 2016, 60, 2151-2160.
T. C. Rideout, C. P. F. Marinangeli and S. V. Harding, Triglyceride-Lowering Response to Plant Sterol and Stanol Consumption, J AOAC Int, 2015, 98, 707-715.Williamson DL and Rideout TC (2017). Is ACSL6 at the crossroads of skeletal muscle lipid synthesis? Journal of Physiology; 1;595(3):619-620.
Rideout TC, Harding SV, Amy Raslawsky, and Rempel C (2017). Dietary resistant starch supplementation lowers HDL particle number in pigs fed a western diet. Journal of Dietary Supplements 4;14(3):334-345.
Rideout TC, Carrier B*, Wen S*, Raslawsky A, Browne RW, and Harding SV (2016). Complementary cholesterol-lowering response of a phytosterol/a-lipoic acid combination in obese Zucker rats. Journal of Dietary Supplements;13(3):283-99.
Liu J*, Iqbal A*, Raslawsky A*, Patel MS, and Rideout TC (2016). Early exposure to phytosterols protects offspring from hypercholesterolemia induced by maternal cholesterol feeding in syrian golden hamsters. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research; 60(10):2151-2160.
Mahmood S, Birkaya B, Rideout TC, and Patel MS (2016). Mitochondria-generated acetyl-CoA from pyruvate regulates gene expression in hepatic lipid synthesis in liver-specific pyruvate dehydrogenase complex-deficient mic. American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism; 311(1):E117-27.
Rideout TC, Movsesian C*, Tsai YT*, Iqbal A*, Raslawsky A, and Patel MS (2015). Maternal phytosterol supplementation during pregnancy and lactation favorably modulates lipid and lipoprotein response in offspring of apoE-deficient mice. Journal of Nutrition; 145(8):1728-34.
Rideout TC, Marinangeli CP, and Harding SV (2015). Triglyceride-lowering response to plant sterol and stanol consumption. Journal of AOAC International; 98(3):707-15.
Mackay DS, Eck PK, Rideout TC, Baer DJ, and Jones PJH (2015). Cholesterol ester transfer protein polymorphism rs5882 is associated with triglyceride lowering in response to plant sterol consumption. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism; 40(8):846-9.
Rideout TC, Ramprasath V, Griffin JD*, Browne RW, Harding SV, and Jones PJ (2014). Phytosterols protect against diet-induced hypertriglyceridemia in Syrian golden hamsters. Lipids in Health and Disease; 13:5.
Carrier B*, Wen S, Williamson DL, Browne RW, Patel MS, and Rideout TC (2014). Alpha-lipoic acid reduces LDL-particle number and PCSK9 concentrations in high-fat fed obese Zucker rats. PLoS One; 9(3):e90863.
Rideout TC, Marinangeli C, Martin H, Browne RW, and Rempel C (2013). Consumption of low-fat dairy foods for 6 months improves insulin resistance without adversely affecting lipids or bodyweight in healthy adults: a randomized free-living cross-over study. Nutrition Journal; 12:56.