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1. Milne, M.D., Rowe, G.G., Somers, K., Meuhrcke, R.C. and Crawford, M.A. (1957) Observations on the pharmacology of mecamylamine. Clin. Sci. 16: 599-614.
2. Milne, M.D., Scribner, B.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1958) Non-ionic diffusion and the excretion of weak acids and bases. Am. J. Med. 24: 709-729.
3. Scribner, B.H., Crawford, M.A. and Dempster, W.J. (1959) Urinary excretion by non-ionic diffusion. Am. J. Physiol. 196: 1135-1140.
4. Crawford, M.A., Milne, M.D., Loughbridge, L. and Scribner, B.H. (1959) The effect of calcium gluconate on citrate excretion. J. Clin. Path. 12: 524-529.
5. Milne, M.D., Crawford, M.A., Girao, C.B. and Loughridge, L. (1959) The metabolic abnormality of the Hartnup disease. Biochem. J. 72: 30.
6. Crawford, M.A., Milne, M.D., Loughridge, L. and Scribner, B.H. (1959) The effects of changes in acid-base balance on urinary citrate in the rat. J. Physiol. 149: 413-423.
7. Saunders, S.J., Irvine, R.O.H., Crawford, M.A. and Milne, M.D. (1960) The intracellular pH of potassium deficient voluntary muscle. LANCET (i): 468-496.
8. Crawford, M.A. and Milne, M.D. (1960) Renal tissue citrate and citrate excretion in the rat. Biochem. J. 76:23.
9. Milne, M.D., Crawford, M.A., Girao, C.B. and Loughridge, L. (1960) The excretion of indolylacetic acid and related indolic acids in man and the rat. Clin. Sci. 19: 165-179.
10. Edwards, K.D.G., Crawford, M.A., Dempster, W.J., Milne, M.D. and Sicinski, A. (1961) The localisation of the renal mechanisms of excretion of mecamylamine and indolylacetic acid in the dog. Clin. Sci. 21: 175-188.
11. Milne, M.D., Crawford, M.A., Girao, C.B. and Loughridge, L. (1961) The metabolic disorder of the Hartnup disease. Q. J. Med. 29: 407-421.
12. Crawford, M.A., (1961) A comparison of the effects of fluoroacetate and malonate on the in vivo accumulation of citrate within renal tissues and on urinary Krebs cycle acids. Int. Cong. Biochem. 5 sec. 23, No. 2147.
13. Edwards, K.D.G., Mody, N.J., and Crawford, M.A. (1962) Citrate utilisation by the renal tubules in primates. S. Afr. J. Med. Sci. 27: 45-50.

14. Crawford, M.A. (1962) Excretion of 5-hydroxyindolylacetic acid in East Africans. LANCET (i):
352-353.
15. Crawford, M.A. (1963) Carcinoidosis and endomyocardial fibrosis: a common denominator.
Am. Heart J. 66: 273-276.
16. Crawford, M.A., (1963) Some recent developments in the theory of renal function. E. Afr. Med.
J., 40: 157-170.
17. Crawford, M.A. (1963) The effects of fluoroacetate, malonate and acid base balance on the renal
disposal of citrate. Biochem. J. 88: 115-120.
18. Baker, B.A., Mwasi, L. and Crawford, M.A. (1963) Oxygen-citrate glucose extraction and
utilisation by the baboon kidney (Papio anubis vigilis). Biochem. J. 89:68.
19. Crawford, M.A., Nguli, K. and Crawford, S.M. (1963) Metabolism and transport of Krebs cycle
acids in the kidneys. Biochem. J. 89:66.
20. Patel, R.Z. and Crawford, M.A. (1963) Comparative studies on the conjugation of indolylacetic
acid and phenylacetic acids in primates and lower animals. Biochem. J. 89:81.
21. Banwell, J. and Crawford, M.A. (1963) The identification and occurrence of indolylacrylglycine,
an unexpected metabolite of tryptophan in the urine of East Africans. Biochem. J. 89:69.
22. Crawford, M.A. (1964) Degradation of amino acids in the large gut on East Africans and its
possible significance. E. Afr. Med. J. 41: 228-238.
23. Crawford, M.A. (1964) Large gut degradation of amino acids. VI Int. Congr. Biochem. New
York.
24. McKinney, B. and Crawford, M.A. (1965) Fibrosis in the guinea pig heart produced by plantain diet. LANCET (ii): 880-882.
25. Crawford, M.A. and Hansen, I.L. (1966) An isotope dilution technique applied to the problem of de novo synthesis and secretion of citrate by the kidney. J. Physiol. Lond. 183: 80-81.
26. Crawford, M.A. (1966) Thin layer chromatography of indolyacrylylglycine and other urinary indoles. J. Chromat. 22: 330-335.
27. Brown, R.E., Shaffer, R.D., Hansen, I.L., Hansen, H.B. and Crawford, M.A. (1966) Health survey of the El Molo. E. Afr. Med. J. 43: 480-488.
28. Hansen, I.L., Brown, R.E., Shaffer, R.D. and Crawford, M.A. (1966) Biochemical findings on the El Molo tribe. E. Afr. Med. J. 43: 489-500.
29. Lopez, A. and Crawford, M.A. (1967) Aflatoxin content of groundnuts sold for human consumption in Uganda. LANCET (i): 1351-1354.

30. Crawford, M.A. (1968) Discussion of indole metabolism in Hartnup disease. Adv. Pharmacol. 6
(b): 176-177.
31. Hansen, I.L. and Crawford, M.A. (1968) Bacterial degradation of the aromatic amino acid side chain. Biochem. Pharmacol. 17: 338-342.
32. du Boulay, G.H. and Crawford, M.A. (1968) Nutritional bone disease in captive primates. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. No. 21: 223-236.
33. Crawford, M.A. (1968) Fatty acid ratios in free-living and domestic animals. LANCET (i): 1329-1333.
34. Crawford, M.A. (1968) Food selection under natural conditions and the possible relationship to heart disease in man. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 27: 163-172.
35. Crawford, M.A. (1968) Stability of habitats in relation to food selection. Proc. R. Soc. Med. 61: 159.
36. Crawford, M.A. (1968) Possible use of wild animals as future resources of food in Africa. Vet. Rec. 82: 305-314.
37. Crawford, M.A., Patterson, J. and Yardley, L. (1968) Nitrogen utilisation by the Cape Buffalo (Syncerus caffer) and other large mammals. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. No. 21: 367-379.
38. Crawford, M.A. (1969) Polyunsaturated fatty acids, structural lipid, and atheroma. LANCET (ii): 379-380.
39. Crawford, M.A. (1969) Dietary prevention of atherosclerosis. LANCET (ii): 1419-1420.
40. Gale, M.M. and Crawford, M.A. (1969) The different rate of incorporation of glucose and fructose into plasma and liver lipids in the guinea pig. Metabolism 18: 1021-1025.
41. Crawford, M.A. (1969) Lactase deficiency and human diets. Nature, Lond. 223: 742.
42. Gale, M.M. and Crawford, M.A. (1969) The effect of dietary histidine and arginine on growth in the guinea pig as a test of the amino acid imbalance in plantain and cassava. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 63: 826-832.
43. Gale, M.M. and Crawford, M.A. (1969) The effect of African Staple food stuffs on guinea pig growth curves. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 63: 821-825.
44. Crawford, M.A., Hansen, K.L. and Lopez, A. (1969) The excretion of 3-hydroxyanthranilic and quinolinic acid in Uganda Africans. Br. J. Cancer 23: 644-654.
45. Crawford, M.A., Gale, M.M. and Woodford, M.H. (1969) Linoleic acid and linolenic acid elongation products in muscle tissue of Syncerus caffer and other ruminant species. Biochem. J. 115: 25-27.

46. Crawford, M.A. (1969) The polyenoic acids and their elongation products in the muscle tissue of
Phacochoerus aethiopicus: are-evaluation of 'animal fat'. Biochem. J. 114: 68p.
47. Crawford, M.A., Gale, M.M. and Woodford, M.H. (1970) Muscle and adipose tissue lipids of the Warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus). Int. J. Biochem. 1: 654-658.
48. Crawford, M.A., Gale, M.M., Woodford, M.H. and Casperd, N.M. (1970) Comparative studies on fatty acid composition of wild and domestic meats. Int. J. Biochem. 1: 295-305.
49. Crawford, M.A., Crawford, S.M. and Berg Hansen, I. (1970) Plasma structural lipids in groups at high and low risk to atherosclerosis. Biochem. J. 122: 11-12.
50. Crawford, M.A., Hansen, I.L. and Somers, K. (1970) Studies on platelet 5-hydroxytryptamine in East Africans. Br. J. Nutr. 42: 385-392.
51. Crawford, M.A., Gale, M.M., Somers, K. and Hansen, K.L. (1970) Studies on plasma amino acids in East African adults in relation to endomyocardial fibrosis. Br. J. Nutr. 24: 393-403.
52. Crawford, M.A. (1970) Alterations in balance of long chain metabolic derivatives of linolenic acid in the fat deficient guinea pig. FEBS Lett. 11: 117-120.
53. Crawford, M.A. (1971) Balancing the inner man. Wld. Med. 7: 17-20.
54. Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1971) Low-fat diets and the survival of newborn rats. Biochem. J. 126: 18-19.
55. Crawford, M.A. (1971) Epidemiological interactions. In Symposium on mycotoxins in human health: 231-244. Purchase, I.F.H. (ed). Proceedings of a Symposium in Pretoria, 1970. London: MacMillan.
56. Crawford, M.A. and Woodford, M.H. (1971) Fatty acid composition in liver, aorta, skeletal and heart muscle of two free-living ruminants. Int. J. Biochem. 2: 493-496.
57. Crawford, M.A. (1972) Chemical evolution. In Biology of Nutrition 18: 27-44. Fiennes, R.N.T.-W. (Ed.) Int. Encycl. Food Nutrition. Oxford & New York: Pergamon.
58. Crawford, M.A. (1972) Chemical evolution in relation to advanced life forms. In Biology of nutrition 18: 251-256. Fiennes, R.N.T.-W. (Ed.). Int. Encycl. Food Nutrition. Oxford and New York: Pergamon Press.
59. Crawford, M.A. (1972) Current nutritional research: implication of the new proteins. Nutrition, Lond. 26: 76-82.
60. Crawford, M.A. and Sinclair, A.J. (1972) The limitation of whole tissue analysis to define linolenic acid deficiency. J. Nutr. 102: 1315-1321.
61. Crawford, M.A. and Sinclair, A.J. (1971) Nutritional influences in the evolution of the mammalian brain. In Lipids, malnutrition and the developing brain: 267-292. Elliot, K. and Knight, (Eds.). A Ciba Foundation Symposium (19-21 October, 1971). Amsterdam, Elsevier.
62. Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1972) The accumulation of arachidonate and docosahexaenoate in the developing rat brain. J. Neurochem. 19: 1753-1758.
63. Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1972). The incorporation of linolenic and docosahexaenoic acid into liver and brain lipids of developing rats. FEBS Lett. 26: 127-129.
64. Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1973) The incorporation of linoleate and arachidonate into liver and brain lipids of developing rats. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 1: 462-463.
65. Crawford, M.A. (1973) The relationship of dietary fats to the chemistry and morphological development of muscle, liver and brain. Rivta Ital. Sostanze Grasse 51: 302-309.
66. Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1973) The effect of a low fat maternal diet on neonatal rats. Br. J. Nutr. 29: 127-137.
67. Fiennes, R.N.T.-W., Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1973) Essential fatty acid studies in primates: linolenic acid requirements of Capuchins. J. Med. Prim. 2: 155-169.
68. Crawford, M.A. (1974) Structural lipids and risk factors to cardiovascular disease. World Congr. Int. Soc. Fat Res. 12:
69. Crawford, S.M. and Crawford, M.A. (1974) An examination of systems of management of wild and domestic animals based on African ecosystems. In: Animal agriculture: 218-234. Cole, H.H. and Ronning, M. (Eds.). W.H. Freeman and Co., San Francisco.
70. Crawford, M.A. (1974) The case for new domestic animals. Oryx 12: 351-360.
71. Crawford, M.A. (1974) A new approach to the nutrition value of meat based on the lipids for brain construction. In: Proc. Int. Meat Meeting, Madrid: 515-531.
72. Crawford, M.A. (1974) Meat as a source of lipids. In: Meat. Proceedings of the 21st Easter School in Agricultural Science. University of Nottingham 1974: 451-470. Cole, D.T.A. and Lawrie, R.A. (Eds). Butterworths.
73. Rivers, J.P.W. and Crawford, M.A. (1974) Maternal nutrition and the sex ratio at birth. Nature, Lond. 252: 297-298.
74. Sinclair, A.J., Fiennes, R.N.T.-W., Hay, A.W.M., Watson, G., Crawford, M.A. & Hart, N.G. (1974) Linolenic acid deprivation in Capuchin Monkeys. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 33: 49A.
75. Crawford, M.A., Sinclair, A.J., Msuya, P.M. and Munhambo, A. (1974) Structural lipids and their polyenoic constituents in human milk. In Dietary lipids and postnatal development: 41-56. Galli, C., Jacini, G. and Pecile, A. (Eds.). New York: Raven Press.
76. Crawford, M.A., Stevens, P., Msuya, P. and Munhambo, A. (1974). Lipid composition of human milk: Comparative studies on African and European mothers. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 33: 50A.
77. Crawford, M.A., Sinclair, A.J. and Stevens, R. (1974). Specificity of brain grey matter fatty acids in land and marine animals. Paper No. 37 at the 48th Annual Meeting, American Oil Chemists's Society.
78. Williams, G., Hassam, A. and Crawford, M.A. (1974) Chain elongation and desaturation of essential fatty acids in fetal development. Congr. Inst. Soc. Fat Res. 12 (No. 238).
79. Crawford, M.A. and Hall, B. (1975) Breast feeding and maternal nutrition Br. Med. J. (3): 232-233.
80. Crawford, M.A. and Hassam, A.G. (1975) Diagnostic test for multiple sclerosis. Br. Med. J. (1): 150-151.
81. Hassam, A.G., Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1975) The incorporation of orally fed radioactive gamma-linolenic acid and linoleic acid into the liver and brain lipids of suckling rats. Lipids 10: 417-420.
82. Rivers, J.P.W., Sinclair, A.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1975). "Inability of the cat to desaturate essential fatty acids." Nature 285: 171-173.
83. Crawford, M.A. (1975). A re-evaluation of the nutrient role of animal products. Plenary lecture in Proc. Third World Conf. Animl. product. (Melbourne 1973): 21-35. Reid, R.L. (Ed.). Sydney University Press.
84. Crawford, M.A. (1975) A re-evaluation of the nutrient role of animal products. Rural Life 20: 3-15.
85 Rivers, J.P.W., Sinclair, A.J., Moore, D.P. and Crawford, M.A. (1976) The absence of 6 desaturase activity and the abnormal metabolism of EFA in the cat. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 35: 66A-67A.
86. Rivers, J.P.W., Hassam, A.G., Crawford, M.A. and Brambell, M.R. (1976) The inability of the lion, Panthera leo L. to desaturate linoleic acid. FEBS Lett. 67: 269-270.
87. Fripp, P.J., Williams, G. and Crawford, M.A. (1976). The differences between the long chain polyenoic acids of adult Schistosoma mansoni and the serum of its host. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 53B: 505-507.
88. Hassam, A.G. and Crawford, M.A. (1976) The influence of maternal dietary gamma-linolenic acid on the milk and liver lipids of suckling rats. Nutr. Metab. 20: 112-116.
89. Crawford, M.A., Casperd, N.M. and Sinclair, A.J. (1976) The long chain metabolites of linoleic and linolenic acids in liver and brain in herbivores and carnivores. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 54B: 395-401.
90. Crawford, M.A., Hall, B., Laurance, B.M. and Munhambo, A. (1976) Milk lipids and their variability. Curr. Med. Res. Opin. 4: (suppl. 1) 33-43.

91. Crawford, M.A., Hassam, A.G., Williams, G. and Whitehouse, W.L. (1976) Essential fatty acids
and fetal brain growth. LANCET (i): 452-453.
92. Hassam, A.G. and Crawford, M.A. (1976) The differential incorporation of labelled linoleic, gamma-linolenic, di-homogamma-linolenic and arachidonic acids into the developing rat brain. J. Neurochem. 27: 967-968.
93. Hassam, A.G. and Crawford, M.A. (1976) The influence of maternal dietary gamma-linolenic acid on the milk and liver lipids of suckling rats. Nutr. Metab. 20: 112-116.
94. Crawford, M.A., Hassam, A.G. and Hall, B.M. (1977) Metabolism of essential fatty acids in the human fetus and neonate. Nutr. Metabol. 21: (suppl. 1): 187-188.
95. Crawford, M.A., Hassam, A.G., Williams, G. and Whitehouse, W.L. (1977) Fetal accumulation of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids. In Function and Biosynthesis of Lipids: 135-143. Bazan, N.G., Brenner, R.R. and Giusto, Norma M. (Eds). New York: Plenum Publishing Co.
96. Hassam, A.G., Rivers, J.P.W. and Crawford, M.A. (1977) The failure of the cat to desaturate linoleic acid; its nutritional implications. Nutr. Metabol. 21: 321-328.
97. Williams, G., Davidson, B.C., Stevens, P. and Crawford, M.A. (1977) Comparative fatty acids of the dolphin and the herring. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 54: 328-330.
98. Crawford, M.A. (1977) Are certain lipids and phospholipids essential for man and animals: 149-156. Proc. 13th IPI Colloquium.
99. Crawford, M.A., Rivers, J.P.W. and Hassam, A.G. (1977) Comparative studies on the metabolic equivalence of linoleic and arachidonic acids. Nutr. Metabol. 21 (Suppl. 1): 189-190.
100. Hassam, A.G., Rivers, J.P.W. and Crawford, M.A. (1977) The potency of gamma-linolenic acid (18:3w6) in curing essential fatty acid deficiency in the rat. Nutr. Metabol. 21 (Suppl. 1): 190-192.
101. Hassam, A.G., Rivers, J.P.W. and Crawford, M.A. (1977) The metabolism of gamma-linolenic acid in essential fatty acid deficient rats. J. Nutr. 107: 519-524.
102. Crawford, M.A., Hassam, A.G. and Rivers, J.P.W. (1978) Essential fatty acid requirements in infancy. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 31: 2181-2185.
103. Crawford, M.A., Denton, J.P., Hassam, A.G., Lynn, Judith, Marples, P., Stevens, Pamela & Willis, A.L.(1978) Levels of prostaglandins and their precursors in EFA deficient rabbits - a new concept of prostaglandin biosynthesis. Br. J. Pharmac. 63: 363p.
104. Crawford, M.A., Rivers, J.P.W., and Hassam, A.G. (1978) Essential fatty acids and the vulnerability of the artery during growth. Post Grad. Med. J. 54: 149-153.
105. Hassam, A.G. and Crawford, M.A. (1978) The incorporation of orally administered radiolabelled dihomo-y-linolenic acid (20:3w6) into rat tissue lipids and the conversion to arachidonic acid. Lipids 13: 801-803.
106. Hassam, A.G. and Crawford, M.A. (1978) The effect of dihomo-y-linolenic acid (20:3,n-6) on the composition of phospholipid fatty acids in the liver of rats deficient in essential fatty acids. Br. J. Nutr. 40: 155-157.
107. Hassam, A.G., Crawford, M.A., Willis, A.L., Denton, J. and Stevens, P. (1978) Essential fatty acid deficiency and prostaglandin synthesis in rabbit brain and aorta. XI Int. Congr. Nutr. Brazil.
108. Hassam, A.G., Willis, A.L., Denton, J.P., Stevens, Pamela, and Crawford, M.A. (1979). The effect of essential fatty acid deficient diet on the levels of prostaglandins and their fatty acid precursors in the rabbit brain. Lipids 14: 78-80.
109. Crawford, M.A. and Hassam, A.G. (1979) The role of lipids in maternal and infant undernutrition during pregnancy and lactation. Ind. J. Nutr. Dietet. 16: 231-240.
110. Crawford, M.A., Budowski, P. and Hassam, A.G. (1979) Dietary management in multiple sclerosis. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 38: 373-389.
111. Hay, A.W.M., Hassam, A.G., Crawford, M.A., Stevens, Pamela, Mawer, E.B. Case, C. (1979) Ability of an alpha, 25-dihydroxy-cholecalciferol to alter the fatty acid composition of phosphoglycerides in rat intestinal mucosa and smooth muscle. In: Vitamin - D Basic Research and its Clinical Application. Norman, A.W. (ed). W. de Gruyther, Berlin, New York (1979).
112. Hay, A.W.M., Hassam, A.G., Crawford, M.A., Stevens, Pamela, Mawer, E.B., and Sutherland Jones, F. (1980) Essential fatty acid restriction inhibits Vitamin D dependent calcium absorption. Lipids 15: 251-254.
113. Crawford, M.A. and Frankel, T. (1980) Models for the human brain. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 39: 233-240.
114. Crawford, M.A. (1980) The role of essential fatty acids and prostaglandins. Postgrad. Med. J. 56: 557-562.
115. Crawford, M.A. (1980) Essential fatty acids and prostaglandins. Nature 287: 388-389.
116. Crawford, M.A. and Hassam, A.G. (1980) The key role of rate limitations in the elongation and desaturation of fatty acids for structural lipids and prostaglandins. Ann. Nutr. Al. 34(2): 187-188.
117. Crawford, M.A. and Williams, G. (1980) Polyunsaturated fatty acids in free living and domesticated animals. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 8(3): 294.
118. Crawford, M.A. (1980) Lipid requirements during pregnancy and lactation. Nut. Food Sci. 3: 37-42.
119. Budowski, P., Hawkey, C.M. and Crawford M.A. (1980) L'effet protecteur de l'acide alpha-linolenique sur l'encephalomalacie chez le poulet. Ann. Nutr. Alim. 34: 389-400.
120. Crawford, M.A., Hassam, A.G. and Stevens, P.A. (1981) Essential fatty acid requirements in
pregnancy and lactation with special reference to brain development. Prog. Lipid Res. 20: 30-40.
121. Crawford, M.A. and Stevens, P.A. (1981) Essential fatty acids, diet and heart disease. New Trends in Nutr. Lipid Res. and Cardiovas. Dis. 20: 217-228.
122. Crawford, M.A. and Stevens, P.A. (1981) A study on essential fatty acids and multiple sclerosis. Prog. Lipid Res. 20: 589-593 .
123. Willis, A.L., Hassam, A.G., Crawford, M.A., Stevens, P.A. and Denton, J.P. (1981) Relationships between prostaglandins, prostacyclins and EFA precursors in rabbits maintained on EFA-deficient diets. Prog. Lipid Res. 20: 161-168.
124. Doyle, W., Crawford, M.A. and Laurance, B.M. (1981) Evaluation of yoghurt as a weaning food. Health Visitor 1:54-56.
125. Doyle, W., Crawford, M.A. and Laurance, B.M. (1982) Dietary survey during pregnancy in a low socio-economic group. J. Hum. Nutr. 36A: 95-106.
126. Doyle, W., Hare, W.R. and Crawford, M.A (1982) Comparison of fatty acid intakes in contrasting socio-economic groups during pregnancy. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 42: 96A.
127. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Laurance, B.M. and Drury, P. (1982) Phosphoglyceride levels of linoleic and arachidonic acids in pregnancy. Hum. Nutr. Appl. Nutr. 36A: 95.
128. Crawford, M.A. (1983) Estimation of essential fatty acid requirements in pregnancy and lactation. Prog. Fed. Nut. Sci. 4(5): 75-80.
129. Crawford, M.A. (1983) Background to essential fatty acids and their prostanoid derivatives. Br. Med. Bull., 39: 210-213.
130. Crawford, M.A. (1983) Essential fatty acids and brain development. Biological Aspects of Schizophrenia and Addiction (Ed. G. Hemmings) John Wiley and Sons Ltd..
131. Doyle, W. and Crawford, M.A. (1983) Maternal Nutrition in Pregnancy: the special role of dietary fats and socio-economic interactions. Nutr. and Health 1: 209-212.
132. Cunnane, S.C., Keeling, P.W.N., Thompson, R.P.H. and Crawford, M.A. (1984) Linoleic acid and arachidonic acid metabolism in human peripheral blood leucocytes: comparison with the rat. Br. J. Nutr. 51: 209-217.
133. Crawford, M.A., Hare, W.R., Whitehouse, D.B. (1984) Nutrient partitioning in domesticated and non-domesticated animals. Fats in Animal Nutrition (Ed. J. Wiseman) 471-479.
134. Hewson, D.C., Phillips, K.E., Simpson, P., Drury, P. and Crawford, M.A. (1984) Food intake in Multiple Sclerosis. Hum. Nutr.: Applied Nutr. 2: 355-367.
135. Kuhn, D.C., Crawford, M.A., and Stevens, P. (1985) Transport and metabolism of essential
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136. Harbige, L.S. and Crawford, M.A. (1985) Correlation of linoleic acid composition of erythrocyte membrane choline phosphoglyceride fraction with electrophoretic mobility in Multiple Sclerosis patients following a diet rich in polyunsaturates. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 44: 1.
137. Cunnane, S.C., Meadows, N.J., Keeling, P.W.N., Thompson, R.P.H. and Crawford, M.A. (1985) Lipid incorporation of linoleic and arachidonic acids by peripheral blood leucocytes in human pregnancy at term. Nutr. Res. B5: 373-379.
138. Karmali, R.A., Marsh, J. and Fuchs, C., Hare, W.R. and Crawford, M.A. (1985) Effects of dietary enrichment with gamma-linolenic acid upon growth of the R323OAC mammary adenocarcinoma. J. Nutr. Growth and Cancer B2: 41-51.
139. Budowski, P. and Crawford, M.A. (1985) Alpha-linolenic acid as a regulator of the metabolism of arachidonic acid: dietary implications of the ratio n-6:n-3 fatty acids. Proc. Nut. Soc. 44: 221-229.
140. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W. and Drury, P. (1985) Relationship between maternal and infant nutrition, the special role of fat in energy transfer. Tropical Geographical Medicine 37: 1-16.
141. Drury, P.J., Crawford, M.A. Ayeni, O and Pinol, A. (1985) Comparative studies on human milk lipids in Hungary and Thailand and the effect of steroidal contraceptives. pp. 189-198. Composition and Physiological Properties of Human Milk. J. Schaub ed. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.
142. Crawford, M.A. (1985) Nutritional control of heart disease and cancer: Are different diets necessary? Nutr. and Health 4: 7-15.
143. Crawford, M.A. (1985) The balance between alpha-linolenic and linoleic acid. In: The Role Of Fats in Human Nutrition: 62-83. Brun, J.P., Podmore, J. and Nichols, B.W. (Eds). Chichester: Ellis Horwood.
144. Sas, M., Gellen, J.J. Tankeyoon, M., Dusitsin, N., Chalapati, Sapon, Crawford, M.A., Drury, P.J., Lenihan, T., Ayeni, O., and Pinol, A. (1986) An investigation on the influence of steroidal contraceptives on milk lipid and fatty acids in Hungary and Thailand. Contraception 33: 189-200.
145. Crawford M.A., Doyle W., Drury P.L. (1986) Dietary Fats During Early Development in “Fat Production and Consumption: Technologies ands Nutritional Implications” Ed C. Galli, E. Fedeli, NATO Advanced Sciences Institute Series A, Life Sciences, Selvino, vol 131: 13- 26., Plenum Press, New York.
146. Kuhn, D.C., Crawford, M.A. (1986) Placental essential fatty acid transport and prostaglandin synthesis, Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 345-353.
147. Drury, P.J., Crawford, M.A., Ayeni, O. and Pinol, A. (1986) Fatty acids in human milk and steroidal contraceptives in Hungary and Thailand, Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 229-233.
148. Drury, P.J., Crawford, M.A., Ayeni, O. and Pinol, A. (1986) Comparison of the fatty acids in human milk from Hungary and Thailand, Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 235-238.
149. Harbige, L.S., Crawford, M.A., Jones, R., Preece, A.W., and Forti, A. (1986) Dietary intervention studies on the phosphoglyceride fatty acids and electrophoretic mobility of erythrocytes in multiple sclerosis. Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 243-248.
150. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Craft, I.L. and Laurance, B.M. (1986) A comparison of food intake during pregnancy and birthweight in high and low socioeconomic groups. Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 249-254.
151. Crawford, M.A., Williams, G., and Hassam, A.G. (1986) Do developmental periods of high demand outstrip the rate of desaturation? A reduction in milk arachidonic acid with successive, short birth intervals. Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 413-415.
152. Williams, G. and Crawford, M.A. (1986) Lessons from the fatty acid component structural lipids from marine and land mammals. Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 421-423.
153. Budowski, P. and Crawford, M.A. (1986) Effect of dietary linoleic and alpha linolenic acids on the fatty acid composition of brain lipids in the young chick. Prog. Lipid Res. 25: 615-618.
154. Crawford, M. A. Heart disease and Cancer: are different diets necessary? (1986) In: Diet and the Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease and Cancer. Ed. Hallgren B. and Rossner, E., Symposia of the Swedish Society of Medicine, IVth International Berzelius Symposium, Stockholm: Raven Press, New York, pp. 149-158.
155. Cunnane, S.C., Ainley, C.C., Keeling, P.W.N., Thompson, R.P.H. and Crawford, M.A. (1986) Diminished phospholipid incorporation of essential fatty acids in peripheral blood leucocytes from patients with Crohn's disease: correlation with zinc depletion. J. Am. Coll. Nutr., 5: 451-458.
156. Crawford, M.A., Ward, P. and Lennon, E.A. (1987) Platelet fatty acid metabolism and their functions. Bibliotheca Nutritio et Dieta, (Krager), 40: 58 - 68.
157. Leyton, J., Drury P.J. and Crawford M.A. (1987) Differential Oxidation of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids in vivo in the rat. Br. J. Nutr. 57: 383-393.
158. Williams G. and Crawford M.A. (1987) The transfer of radiolabelled n-6 essential fatty acids by the mammary system of the tree-shrew. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 86B: 575 - 580.
159. Crawford, M.A., and Harbige, L.S. (1987) The biochemical background to the integrity of the brain. Multiple Sclerosis: immunological, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects. Eds. F.C. Rose and R. Jones. 24: 165 - 177.
160. Fitzgerald, G.E., Simpson, K.E, Harbige, L.S., Drury, P.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1987) The effect of nutritional counselling on dietary compliance and disease course in multiple sclerosis patients over 3 years. Multiple Sclerosis: immunological, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects. Eds. F.C. Rose and R. Jones. 26: 189-199.
161. Crawford, M.A. (1987) Essential fatty acids and brain development. Lipids in Modern Nutrition. Eds. M. Horisberger and U. Bracco. 13: 67 - 78.
162. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Drury, P.J., and Meadows, N. (1987) Food intakes of children, the DHSS and the prevention of heart disease. Nutr. and Health. 5: 65 - 77.
163. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W. and Meadows, N. (1987) Gender differences at birth and differences in fetal growth. Hum. Reprod. 2: 517 - 520.
164. Crawford, M.A. (1987) The requirements of long chain n-6 and n-3 fatty acids for the brain. Proceedings of the AOCS short course on Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Eicosanoids. Biloxi, USA, Ed. W.E.M Lands. Chap. 33, pp. 270-295.
165. Leyton, J., Drury, P.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1987) In vivo incorporation of labelled fatty acids in rat liver lipids after oral administration. Lipids, 22: 553 - 558.
166. Williams, G. and Crawford, M.A. (1987) Comparison of the fatty acid component in structural lipids from dolphins, zebra and giraffe: possible evolutionary implications. J. Zool. Lond. 213: 673 - 684.
167. Budowski, P., Leighfield, M.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1987) Nutritional encephalomalacia in the chick: an exposure of the vulnerable period for cerebellar development and the possible need for both ⎤6 and ⎤3 fatty acids. Br. J. Nutr., 58: 511-520.
168. Fitzgerald, G.E., Harbige, L.S., Forti, A. and Crawford, M.A. (1987) The effect of nutritional counselling on diet and plasma EFA status in multiple sclerosis patients over 3 years. Human Nutr.: Applied Nutr. 41A: 297 - 310.
169. Crawford, M.A. (1988) Essential fatty acids in human reproduction. Prostaglan. Persp., 4: 13 - 17.
170. Kuhn, D.C., Crawford, M.A., Gordon, G.B. and Stuart, M.J. (1988) Aspects of in vitro placental perfusion: effects of hyperoxia and phenol red. Placenta, 9: 201 - 213.
171. Crawford, M.A. and Ghebremeskel, K. (1988) Leaf protein. Interdis. Science Reviews, 13(3): 288..
172. Crawford, M.A. and Harbige, L.S. (1988) n-3 fatty acids and the evolution of the brain. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research Biological Membranes: Aberrations in Membrane Structure and Function, Alan R. Liss, Ed. M.L. Karnovsky, A. Leaf and L.C. Bolis, 335-354.
173 Crawford, M.A. (1988) The relationship between essential fatty acids and their prostanoid derivatives. In Prostaglandins:- Biology and Chemistry of Prostaglandins and Related Eicosanoids. Churchill Livingstone ed. P.B. Curtis Prior, pp 517-531.
174. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Drury, P., Lennon, A., Costeloe, K. and Leighfield, M. (1989) n-6 and n-3 fatty acids during early human development. J. Int. Med. 225: Suppl 1, 159-69.
175. Crawford, M. A., Doyle, W., Williams, G. and Drury, P.J (1989) The Role of Fats and EFAs for Energy and Cell Structures in the Growth of the Fetus and Neonate. In 'The Role of Fats in
Curriculum vitae M.A. Crawford
Human Nutrition' 2nd Edn. Academic Press, London, ed A. Vergroesen and M. A. Crawford pp
81-115.
176. Prentice, A., Landing M. A. J., Drury, P.J., Dewit, O. and Crawford M.A. (1989) Breast Milk Fatty Acids of Rural Gambian Mothers: Effects of Diet and Maternal Parity. J. Ped. Gastroenterol. and Nutr. 8: 486 - 490.
177. Doyle, W., Crawford, M.A., Wynn, A.H.A. and Wynn, S.W. (1989) Maternal Nutrient Intake and Birth Weight. J. Hum. Nutr. and Diet. 2: 407 - 414.
178. Crawford MA. Doyle W. Drury P.Ghebremeskel K. Harbige L. Leyton J. and Williams G. (1988) 'The food chain for n-6 and n-3 fatty acid. ' in Proceedings of NATO Advanced Workshop on Dietary w3 and w6 Fatty Acids. Biological Effects and Nutritional Essentiality. ed C. Galli, AP Simopoulos, Belgirate, Plenum Press New York. 5 - 19.
179. Doyle, W., Crawford, M.A., Wynn, A.H.A. and Wynn, S.W. (1989) Maternal Magnesium Intake and Pregnancy Outcome. Magn. Res. 2: 205 - 210.
180. Crawford, M.A., Costeloe, K., Doyle, W., Ferguson, A., Hatton, E.P., Leaf, A., Lennon, E.A. and Meadows, N. (1989) n-6 and n-3 fatty acids in the food chain. Health Effects of Fish and Fish Oils, R.K. Chandra (ed.).
181. Crawford, M.A. (1989) Is there a common denominator between fetal growth retardation and cardiovascular disease? Acta Cardiologica, XLIV 6: 449-453.
182. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Drury, P., Leighfield, M. and Leyton, J. (1990) The essential role of n-6 and n-3 fatty acids during early development. 3rd Int. Symp. Nutr. Gastroenterol. "Problems in Childhood". 12-13.
183. Doyle, W., Crawford, M.A., Wynn, A.H.A. and Wynn S.W. (1990) The association between maternal diet and birth dimensions. J. Nutr. Med., 1: 9 - 17.
184. Crawford, M.A., Costeloe, K., Doyle, W., Leighfield, M.J., Lennon, E.A. and Meadows, N. (1990) Potential diagnostic value of the umbilical artery as a definition of neural fatty acid status of the fetus during its growth. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 18: 761 - 766.
185. Drury, P.J. and Crawford, M. A. (1990) Essential fatty acids in human milk. in Clinical Nutrition of the Young Child. Raven Press, New York. 302 - 312.
186 Kuhn, D.C., Crawford, M.A., Stuart, M.J., Botti, J.J. and Demers, L.M. (1990) Alterations in transfer and lipid distribution of arachidonic acid in placentas of diabetic pregnancies. Diabetes 39: 914 - 918.
187 Wenxun, F., Parker, R., Parpia, B., Yinsheng, Q., Cassano, P., Crawford, M., Leyton, J., Tian, J., Junyao, Li, Junshi, C. and Campbell, T.C. (1990) Erythrocyte fatty acids, plasma lipids, and cardiovascular disease in Rural China. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 1027-1036.
188. Crawford MA.(1990) The early development and evolution of the human brain. Ups J Med
189. Wynn AHA, Crawford MA, Doyle Wendy and Wynn SW. (1991) Nutrition of women in anticipation of pregnancy. Nutr. and Health, 7: 69 - 88.
190. Vericel, E., Budowski, P. and Crawford, M.A. (1991) Chick Nutritional Encephalomalacia and Prostanoid Formation. J. Nutr. 121: 966 - 969.
191. Cunnane, C.S., Chen, Z-Y., Yang, J., Leide, A.C., Hamadeh, M. and Crawford, M.A. (1991) 〈-linolenic acid in humans: direct functional role or dietary precursor? Nutrition 7: 1-3.
192. Crawford, M.A. (1991) Fat animals - fat humans. in World Health, WHO, Geneva, July-August: 23 - 25
193. Crawford, MA. (1991) Folic acid to prevent neural tube defects. LANCET 338: 380.
194. Crawford, M.A., Budowski, P., Drury, P., Ghebremeskel, K., Harbige, L ., Leighfield, M., Phylactos, A. and Williams, G. (1991) The nutritional contribution to Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy. Nutr. and Health 7: 61 - 68.
195. Ghebremeskel, K. Harbige, L.S., Williams, G., Crawford, M.A. and Hawkey, C. (1991) The effect of dietary change on in vitro erythrocyte haemolysis, skin lesions and alopecia in common marmosets Callithrix jaccus Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 100: 891 - 896.
196. Harbige, L., Ghebremeskel, K. and Crawford M.A. (1991) Captive Rhinos. New Scientist 1794: 63.
197. Ghebremeskel, K., Williams, G., Gardner D.A. and Crawford, M.A. (1991) Plasma metabolites in Macaroni penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus) arriving on land for breeding and moulting. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 99A: 245- 250.
198. Ghebremeskel, K., Williams, T.D., Williams, G., Gardner D.A. and Crawford, M.A. (1992) Dynamics of plasma nutrients and metabolites in moulting macaroni (Eudyptes chrysolophus) and gentoo (Pygoscelis papua) penguins, Comp. Bioch. Physiol. 101A: 301-307.
199. Williams, T.D., Ghebremeskel, K., Williams, G. and Crawford, M.A. (1992) Breeding and moulting in macaroni penguins. Do birds exhaust their fat reserves? Comp. Bioch. Physiol. 103A(4): 783 - 785.
200. Harbige, L., Ghebremeskel, K., Williams, G. and Crawford, M.A. (1992) The hepatic fatty acids of wild rockhopper (Eudyptes crestatus) penguins pre and post-moult. Zool. Sci. 9: 315-320.
201. Leaf AA, Leighfield MJ, Costeloe KL and Crawford MA. (1992) Factors affecting long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid composition of plasma choline phosphoglycerides in preterm infants. J. Pediatr. Gastroenterol. Nutr. 14: 300-308.
202. Crawford, MA, Costeloe, K, Laurance, B, Leaf, A, and Leighfield, MJ,.(1992) Breast feeding and IQ. THE LANCET 339: 614.
203. Crawford, MA, Costeloe, KL, Doyle, W, Leaf, AA, Leighfield, MJ, Meadows, N, and Phylactos, A. (1992) Essential fatty acids and early development. In Polyunsaturated fatty acids in Human Nutrition, Ed: U. Bracco and R.J. Deckelbaum, Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series 28: 93 - 108.
204. Crawford, M.A. (1992) The role of dietary fatty acids in biology: their place in the evolution of the human brain. Nutr. Rev. 50: 3 - 11.
205. Leaf, AA, Leighfield MJ, Costeloe KL, Crawford MA. (1992) Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in fetal growth. Early Hum. Dev. 30: 183 - 191.
206. Crawford, MA. (1992) Essential fatty acids and neurodevelopmental disorder. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 318: 307 - 314.
207. Doyle, W, Wynn, HA, Crawford, MA, and Wynn, SW. (1993) Nutritional Counselling and supplementation in the second and third trimester of pregnancy, a study in a London population. J. Nutr. Med. 3: 249 - 256.
208. Crawford, M.A. (1993) The role of essential fatty acids in neural development: implications for perinatal nutrition. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 57 (suppl): 703S-710S.
209. Leighfield. M., Ghebremeskel, K., Doyle, W. and Crawford, M.A. (1993) Proximate composition of some ready meal foods - Total fat, fatty acids and tocopherol. J. Hum. Nutr. Dietet. 6: 51-62.
210. Crawford, M.A., Doyle, W., Leaf, A., Leighfield, M., Ghebremeskel K. & Phylactos, A. (1993) Nutrition and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Nutr. and Health 9: 81-97.
211. Crawford, M.A., Cunnane, S.C. and Harbige, L.S. (1993) A new theory of evolution: quantum theory. IIIrd International Congress on essential fatty acids and eicosanoids, Am. Oil Chem. Soc. ed A.J. Sinclair, R. Gibson, Adelaide, 87-95.
212. Phylactos, A., Harbige L.S., Crawford, M.A. (1994) Essential fatty acids alter the activity of manganese-superoxide dismutase in rat heart. Lipids 29: 111-115.
213. Worthington, J., Jones, R., Crawford, M.A. and Forte, A. (1994) Pregnancy and Multiple Sclerosis - a 3-year prospective study. J. Neurol. 241: 228-233.
214. Ghebremeskel, K., Crawford, M.A. (1994) Nutrition and health in relation to food production and processing. Nutr. Health 9: 237-253.
215. Wynn, S.W., Wynn, A.H.A., Doyle, W. and Crawford, M.A. (1994) The association of maternal social class with maternal diet and the dimensions of babies in a population of London Women. Nutr. Health 9: 303-315.
216. Doyle, W., Jenkins, S., Crawford, M.A., Puvandendran, K. (1994) Nutritional status of schoolchildren in an inner city area. Arch. Dis. Child. 70: 376-381.
217 Leaf A.A., Crawford, M.A., Phylactos, A.C. (1994) Omega-3 fatty acids - biochemistry and neurodevelopment. Rec. Adv. Clin. Nutr. 3: 165-171.
218. Cunnane, S.C., Williams, S.C.R., Bell, J.D. Brookes, S., Craig K., Iles, R.A. and Crawford, M.A. (1994) Utilization of uniformly labelled 13C-polyunsaturated fatty acids in the synthesis of long chain fatty acids and cholesterol accumulating in the neonatal rat brain. J. Neurochem., 62: 2429-2436.
219. Phylactos, A., Ghebremeskel K, Costeloe, K., Leaf, A.A., Harbige, L.S. Crawford, M.A. (1994) Polyunsaturated fatty acids and anti-oxidants in early development: Possible prevention of oxygen induced disorders. Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. 48: S2.S17-S23.
220. Ghebremeskel, K., Burns, L., Burden, T.J., Costeloe, K., Powell, J.J. and Crawford, M.A. (1994) Vitamin A and related essential nutrients in cord blood: relationships with anthropometeric measurements at birth. Early Hum. Dev. 39: 177-188.
221. Ghebremeskel, K., Leighfield, M., Leaf, A., Costeloe, K. and Crawford, M.A. (1995) Fatty acid composition of plasma and red cell phospholipids of preterm babies fed on breast milk and formulae. Eur. J. Pediatr. 154:46-52.
222. Crawford, M.A. (1995) Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids and aortic plaques. LANCET, 345: 256.
223. Suzuki, H., Tamura, Wada, S. and Crawford M.A. (1995) Comparison of docosahexaenoic acid with eicosapentaenoic acid on lowering effect of endogenous plasma cholesterol in adult mice. Fisheries Science, 61: 525-526.
224. Crawford, M.A., Ghebremeskel K. and Phylactos A. (1995) The biochemistry of unsaturated fatty acids and development of preterm infants. Clinical Practice, s80: 3-6.
225. Phylactos AC, Leaf AA, Costeloe K and Crawford MA (1995) Erythrocyte cupric/zinc superoxide dismutase exhibits reduced activity in preterm and low birthweight infants at birth. Act Paediatr 84: 1421-1425.
226. Harbige, L.S., Yeatman, N., Amor, S. and Crawford, M.A. (1995) Prevention of experimental auto-immune encephalomyelitis in Lewis rats by a novel fungal source of gamma-linolenic acid. Br. J. Nut., 74: 701-715.
227. Suzuki, H., Manabe, S., Wada O and Crawford, MA., (1997) Rapid incorporation of docosahexaenoic acid from dietary sources into brain microsomal, synaptosomal and mitochondrial membranes in adult mice. Internat. J. Vit. Res., 67: 272-278
228. Crawford, M.A., Costeloe K, Ghebremeskel K, Phylactos A., Skirvin L, Stacey F. (1997) Are deficits of arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids responsible for the neural and vascular complications of preterm babies? Am J. Clin. Nutr. 66: 1032S-1041S.
229. Crawford MA (1997) Health Inequality: The UK’s biggest health issue. LANCET 349:
231. Ghebremeskel, K., Thomas, B., Min Y., Stacey, F., Koukkou, E., Lowy, C., Erskine, K. and Crawford M.A. (1998) Fatty acids in pregnant diabetic women and their neonates: Implications for pre and post-natal development. In Proceedings of the IVth International Congress on Essential Fatty Acids and their Eicosanoids. J. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and EFAs,
232. Koukkou, E., Bitsanis, D., Ghebremeskel, K., Lowy, C., Poston L. and Crawford M.A (1997) Both diabetes and maternal diets rich in saturated fatty acids alters fetal liver lipid composition and vascular reactivity. In Proceedings of the IVth International Congress on Essential Fatty Acids and their Eicosanoids. J. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and EFAs, , 57: 268
233. Ghebremeskel, K., Thomas, B., Faldon E.J., Harbige, Crawford, M.A. and L.S., Pearson T. (1997) Membrane fatty acids in patients with sickle cell disease: implications for membrane fluidity and painful crises. In Proceedings of the IVth International Congress on Essential Fatty Acids and their Eicosanoids. J. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and EFAs, 57: 215.
234 Crawford MA, Costeloe K., Ghebremeskel K. and Phylactos A (1998),The inadequacy of the essential fatty acid content of present preterm feeds. Eur. J. Pediatr. 157: S1: S23-S27.
235 Crawford MA, Lowy C, Koukkou E, Poston L, Thomas B, and Ghebremeskel K (1998) Sex ratio, diabetes and essential fatty acids. LANCET letter 351: 6-7.
236. Crawford MA (1998) Cheap Sell for Health. LANCET (letter) 351: 1741-1742. See Also BSE Lancet 6th June 1998 p 1741-1742
237. Rambeck WA, Kursa J, Kroupova V, Delange,F and Crawford MA (1998) Prevention of iodine disorders in Southeast Asia: Enrichment of iodine in the Food Chain. Minerastoffe und Spurenelemete 12, Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Mineralstoffe und Spurenelemente Würzburb 1996, 161-164.
238. Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA (1998) The role of essential fatty acids and anti-oxidants in neurovascular development and complications of prematurity. in Text Book of Perinatal Medicine, Ed Asim Kurjak. Parthenon Publishing Group, London, New York for the European Association of Perinatal Medicine. Vol 1: 853-859.
239. Bloom M, Linseisen F, Lloyd-Smith J and Crawford MA (1999) Insights from NMR on the Functional Role of Polyunsaturated Lipids in the Brain. In: "Magnetic Resonance and Brain Function - Approaches from Physics" Proceedings of the 1998 Enrico Fermi International School of Physics, Enrico Fermi Lecture, Course #139, Varenna, Italy, pp 1-27, ed. B. Maraviglia.
240. Ghebremeskel K , Bitsanis D, Koukkou E, Lowy C, Poston L, Crawford, MA, (1999) Saturated fat maternal diet in the pregnant rat, reduces docosahexaenoic acid in liver lipids of the neonate and suckling pups Br J Nutr 81: 395-404.
230. Leigh Broadhurst C., Cunnane. S.C. and Crawford M.A. (1998) Rift Valley lake fish and shellfish provided brain specific nutrition for early Homo. Br J. Nutr. 79: 3-21.
241. Cunnane SC, Menard CR, Likhodi SS, Brenna JT, Crawford MA (1999) Carbon recycling into de novo lipogenesis is a major pathway in neonatal metabolism of linoleate and 〈-linolenate.
Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential fatty Acids. 60: 387-392. 242. F Doyle
243.. Doyle W, Crawford MA, Srivastava A, Costeloe KL (1999) Interpregnancy nutrition intervention with mothers of low-birthweight babies living in an inner city area: a feasibility study. J Human Nutrition & Dietetics, 12: 517-527.
244.. Ghebremeskel K, Bitsanis D, Koukkou E, Lowy C,Poston L, Crawford MA (1999). Postnatal modulation of heart and liver phosphoglyceride fatty acids in pups. Nutr Metab,43: 365-373.
245. Crawford MA. (1999) Genetically modified foods. LANCET; 353(9163):1531.
246. Crawford MA (2000) The placental delivery of arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids:
implications for the lipid nutrition of the preterm infant. Am J Clin Nutr. 71:275S-284S.
247. Ghebrmeskel K, Crawford MA, Lowy C, Min Y, Thomas B, Golfetto I, Bitsanis D, Costeloe K. (2000) Arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids are strongly associated in maternal and neonatal blood. Eu J Clin Nutr; 54: 50-56.
248. Min Y, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Nam JH, Kim A, Koo JN, Suzuki H (2000) Pregnancy reduces arachidonic and docosahexaenoic in plasma triacylglycerols of Korean Women. Int J. Vitam Nutr Res 70 (2): 70-75..
249. Doyle W, Crawford M, Costeloe K (2000) Maternal nutrition and birth weight. These factors are related. BMJ, 320: 941-2
250. Crawford MA (2000) Commentary on the workshop statement. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids, 63(3):131-4.
251. Thomas A, Ghebremeskel K, Offley-Shore B, Lowy C and Crawford MA (2000) Fatty acid composition of maternal milk from insulin dependent diabetic, gestational diabetic and healthy control women. Proc Nutr Soc 59A
252. Min Y, Thomas B, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Offley-Shore B, Lowy C (2000) Do gestational diabetics have abnormal membrane fatty acid composition? Scientific Program, Fourth Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids. P. 87.
253. Ghebremeskel K, Min Y, Crawford MA, Nam JH, Kim A, Koo JN, Suzuki H. (2000). Blood fatty acid composition of pregnant and nonpregnant Korean women: red cells may act as a reservoir of arachidonic acid and docosahexaenoic acid for utilization by the developing fetus. Lipids. 2000 May;35(5):567-74.
254. Crawford M, Galli C, Visioli F, Renaud S, Simopoulos AP, Spector AA (2000) Role of plant-derived omega-3 fatty acids in human nutrition. Ann Nutr Metab 2000;44(5-6):263-265.
255 . Crawford MA, Bloom M, Cunnane S, Holmsen H, Ghebremeskel K, Parkington J, Schmidt W, Sinclair AJ and Leigh Broadhurst C (2001) Docosahexaenoic acid and cerebral evolution. In Fatty Acids and Lipids – New Findings, ed Hamazaki T, Okuyama H., World Rev. Nutr. Diet, Basel, Krager, 88: 6-17.
256. Cunnane SC, Francescutti V, Brenna JT, Crawford MA. (2000) Breast-fed infants achieve a higher rate of brain and whole body docosahexaenoate accumulation than formula-fed infants not consuming dietary docosahexaenoate. : Lipids 2000 Jan;35(1):105-111.
257. Visioli F., Crawford M., Galli C. (2001) Neonatal Salt Intake and Blood Pressure. LANCET, 357: 1880-1881.
258. Ghosh P, Butsanis D, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford M A, Poston L (2001) Abnormal Fatty acid composition and small artery function in offspring of rats fed a high fat diet in pregnancy. Journal of Physiology. 533.3, 815-822.
259. Doyle W, Srivastava A, Crawford MA, Bhatti R, Brooke Z, Costeloe KL. (2001) Inter-pregnancy folate and iron status of women in an inner-city population. Br J Nutr 86(1):81- 87.
260. Golfetto I, Min Y, Wang Y, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA. (2001) Serum cholesterol and haemorrhagic stroke. LANCET; 358(9280):508 LANCET 2001 Aug 11;358(9280):508
261 Crawford M.A. (2001) Insights into the hominid skeleton [Book Review], Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16:10:587.
262. Golfetto I, Crawford MA, Campo R. (2001) Treatment of Hemorrhagic Stroke with Arachidonic Acid. Nutritional Neuroscience. 4: 75-79.
263. Ghosh P, Bitsanis D, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Poston L (2001) Abnormal aortic fatty acid composition and small artery function in offspring of rats fed a high fat diet in pregnancy. J Physiol;533(Pt 3):815-22
264. Crawford MA, Galli C, Simopoulos A, Reifen R (2002) The International Inequality of Health: LANCET 359: 268-269.
265. Leigh Broadhurst C,Wang Y, Crawford MA, Cunnane SC, Parkington JE, Schmidt WE. (2002) Brain-specific lipids from marine, lacustrine, or terrestrial food resources: potential impact on early African Homo sapiens. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; 131 (4), 653-673.
266. Ghebremeskel K, Bitsanis D, Koukkou E, Lowy C, Poston L, Crawford M.(2002) Liver triacylglycerols and free fatty acids in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats have atypical n-6 and n-3 pattern. Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol;132(3):349-354.
267 Crawford MA (2002) Cerebral evolution. Nutr Health 2002;16(1):29-34.
268. Crawford M.A., Golfetto I, Bistanis D, Ghebremeskel K, Min Y, Moodley T, Poston L, Phylactos A, Cunnane S, Schmidt W. (2003) Arachidonic and Docosahexaenoic Acids in Protection Against Central Nervous System Damage in Preterm Infants. Lipids 38 (4), 303-315.
269 Wang Y, Crawford MA, Chen J, Ghebremeskel K, Campbell TC, Fan W, Parker R, Leyton J. (2003) Fish consumption, blood docosahexaenoic acid and chronic diseases in 65 Chinese rural populations, Comp. Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A; 136 : 127-40.
270. McGraedy R, Simpson JA, Arunjerdja R, Golfetto I, Ghebremeskel K, Taylor A, Siemieniuk A, Mercuri E, Harper G, Dubowitz L, Crawford M, Nosten F (2003) Delayed visual maturation in Karen refugee infants, Ann Trop,. Ped 23: 193-204
271 Broadhurst LC, Schmidt WF, Crawford MA, Wang Y, Li R. (2004) 13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Natural Undiluted Lipids: Docosahexaenoic-Rich Phospholipid and Triacylglycerol from Fish. J Agric Food Chem, 52(13):4250-5.
272. Muskiet FA, Fokkema MR, Schaafsma A, Boersma ER, Crawford MA (2004) Is docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) essential? Lessons from DHA status regulation, our ancient diet, epidemiology and randomized controlled trials. J Nutr. 134(1):183-6.
273. Min Y, Crawford MA (2004) Essential Fatty Acids. In The Eicosanoids, ed Peter Curtis Prior, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., West Sussex, England Chap 22: pp257-276..
274. Crawford MA, Golfetto I, Bitsanis D, Min Y, Thomas B, Ghebremeskel K (2004) Is arachidonic acid a prerequisite for vascular and neural development in the human embryo and fetus? J. Neurochem, 90: Supplement 1: p 83.
275 Crawford M. A. (2004) Docosahexaenoic acid and the evolution of the brain: a message for the future. Lipid Technology, 16 (3), 53-57.
276 Thomas B, Ghebremeskel K, Lowy C, Min Y, Crawford MA (2004) Plasma AA and DHA levels are not compromised in newly diagnosed gestational diabetic women. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 58: 1492-1497
277 Zou D, Zaiger G, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Reifen R. (2004) Vitamin A deficiency reduces liver and colon docosahexaenoic acid levels in rats fed high linoleic and low alpha- linolenic acid diet. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids;71(6):383-9.
278 Min Y, Ghebremeskel K, Lowy C, Thomas B, Crawford MA (2004) Adverse effect of obesity on red cell membrane arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids in gestational diabetes. Diabetologia 47(1): 75-81
279 Ghebremeskel K, Thomas B, Lowy C, Min Y, Crawford MA. (2004) Type 1 diabetes compromises plasma arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids in newborn babies. Lipids. 39(4):335-42.
280. Zhou D, Zaiger G, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Reifen R (2004) Vitamin A deficiency reduces liver and colon docosahexaenoic acid levels in rats fed high linoleic and low alpha- linolenic acid diet. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2004 Dec;71(6):383-9.
281. Thomas BA, Ghebremeskel K, Lowy C, Offley-Shore B, Crawford MA. (2005) Plasma fatty acids of neonates born to mothers with and without gestational diabetes. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids;72(5):335-41.
282. Ren H, Okpala I, Ghebremeskel K, Ugochukwu CC, Ibegbulam O, Crawford M. (2005) Blood mononuclear cells and platelets have abnormal fatty acid composition in homozygous sickle cell disease.Ann Hematol.; 84(9):578-83.
283. Ren H, Obike I, Okpala I, Ghebremeskel K, Ugochukwu C, Crawford M. (2005) Steady- state haemoglobin level in sickle cell anaemia increases with an increase in erythrocyte membrane n-3 fatty acids. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2005 Jun;72(6):415-21
284 Rees G Doyle W, Srivastava A, Brooke ZM, Crawford MA, Costeloe KL (2005) The nutrient intakes of mothers of low birth weight babies – a comparison of ethnic groups in East London, UK, Maternal and Child Nutrition, 1, 91–99.
285. Bitsanis D, Crawford MA, Moodley T, Holmsen H, Ghebremeskel K, Djahanbakhch O. (2005) Arachidonic acid predominates in the membrane phosphoglycerides of the early and term human placenta. J Nutr.135(11):2566-71.
286. Min Y, Lowy C, Ghebremeskel K, Thomas B, Bitsanis D, Crawford MA.(2005) Fetal erythrocyte membrane lipids modification: preliminary observation of an early sign of compromised insulin sensitivity in offspring of gestational diabetic women. Diabet Med. 22(7):914-20.
287 Min Y, Lowy C, Ghebremeskel K, Thomas B, Offley-Shore B, Crawford M. (2005) Unfavorable effect of type 1 and type 2 diabetes on maternal and fetal essential fatty acid status: a potential marker of fetal insulin resistance. Am J Clin Nutr;82(6):1162-8.
288. Crawford MA, Ghebremeskel K, Hibbeln JR, House S, Hunter D, Morley DC, Nicholson P, Stuart K. (2005) The Lancet and the Royal Society are both right and wrong. Lancet; 366(9487):714-5
289. Thomas B, Ghebremeskel K, Lowy C, Crawford M, Offley-Shore B. (2006) Nutrient intake of women with and without gestational diabetes with a specific focus on fatty acids. Nutrition;22(3):230-6.
290. Min Y, Nam JH, Ghebremeskel K, Kim A, Crawford M. (2006) A distinctive fatty acid profile in circulating lipids of Korean gestational diabetics: A pilot study.Diabetes Res Clin Pract.
73(2):178-83.
291. Ren H, Magulike N, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford M. (2006) Primary open-angle glaucoma patients have reduced levels of blood docosahexaenoic and eicosapentaenoic acids. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids;74(3):157-63.
292. Ren H, Ghebremeskel K, Okpala I, Ugochukwu CC, Crawford M, Ibegbulam O. Abnormality of erythrocyte membrane n-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in sickle cell
haemoglobin C (HbSC) disease is not as remarkable as in sickle cell anaemia (HbSS). Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2006 Jan;74(1):1-6.
293. Zhou D, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Reifen R. (2006) Vitamin A deficiency enhances docosahexaenoic and osbond acids in liver of rats fed an alpha linolenic acid-adequate diet. Lipids; 41(3):213-9.
294. Hieu NT, Gainsborough M, Simpson JA, Thuy NT, Hang NN, Taylor AM, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford M, Golfetto I, Dubowitz L, Farrar J. (2006) Neurological status of low-risk Vietnamese newborns: a comparison with a British newborn cohort.
J Health Popul Nutr 24(1):57-63.
295. Bitsanis D, Ghebremeskel K, Moodley T, Crawford MA, Djahanbakhch O. (2006) Gestational diabetes mellitus enhances arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids in placental
phospholipids. Lipids; 41(4):341-6.
296. Visioli F, Crawford MA, Cunnane S, Rise P, Galli C. (2006) Lipid transport, dietary fats, and endogenous lipid synthesis: hypotheses on saturation and competition processes. Nutr Health. 2006; 18(2):127-32.
297. Crawford MA. (2006) Docosahexaenoic acid in neural signaling systems. Nutr Health;18(3):263-76
298. Crawford MA (2007) A role for lipids as determinants of evolution and hominid brain development : in Poly-unsaturated Fatty Acids, Neural Function & Mental Health. Biologiske Skrifter 56, Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters ed O. Mouritsen & M A Crawford.
299. Izzeldin HS, Crawford MA, Jooste PL. (2007) Population living in the Red Sea State of Sudan may need urgent intervention to correct the excess dietary iodine intake. Nutr Health; 18(4):333-41.
300. Golfetto I, McGready R, Ghebremeskel K, Min Y, Dubowitz L, Nosten F, Drury P, Simpson JA, Arunjerdja R, Crawford MA.(2007) Fatty acid composition of milk of refugee Karen and urban Korean mothers. Is the level of DHA in breast milk of Western women compromised by high intake of saturated fat and linoleic acid? Nutr Health; 18(4):319-32.
301. Cunnane SC, Plourde M, Stewart K, Crawford MA. (2007) Docosahexaenoic acid and shore-based diets in hominin encephalization: a rebuttal. Am J Hum Biol:19(4):578-81
302. Stark AH, Crawford MA, Reifen R. (2008) Update on alpha-linolenic acid. Nutr Rev; 66(6):326-32.
303. Ren H, Ghebremeskel K, Okpala I, Lee A, Ibegbulam O, Crawford M. (2008) Patients with sickle cell disease have reduced blood antioxidant protection. Int J Vitam Nutr Res;78(3):139-47.
304. Crawford MA. (2008) The elimination of child poverty and the pivotal significance of the mother. Nutr Health;19(3):175-86.
305. Crawford MA, Leigh Broadhurst C, Galli C, Ghebremeskel K, Holmsen H, Saugstad LF, Schmidt F, Sinclair AJ, Cunnane SC (2008) The Role of Docosahexaenoic and Arachidonic Acids as Determinants of Evolution and Hominid Brain Development. In Fisheries for Global Welfare and Environment: K. Tsukamoto, T. Kawamura, T. Takeuchi, T. D. Beard, Jr. and M. J. Kaiser, eds., 5th World Fisheries Congress 2008, pp. 57–76 , Terrapub, Tokyo.
306. Brough L, Rees GA, Crawford MA, Dorman EK. (2009) Social and ethnic differences in folic acid use preconception and during early pregnancy in the UK: effect on maternal folate status. J Hum Nutr Diet;22(2):100-7.
307. Gow RV, Matsudaira T, Taylor E, Rubia K, Crawford M, Ghebremeskel K, Ibrahimovic A, Vallée-Tourangeau F, Williams LM, Sumich A (2009) Total red blood cell concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids are associated with emotion-elicited neural activity in adolescent boys with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 80(2-3):151-6.
308. Izzeldin SH, Crawford MA, Ghebremeskel K. (2009) Salt fortification with iodine: Sudan situation analysis. Nutr Health; 20(1):21-30.
309. Schmidt W, Mookherjia S, Crawford MA (2009) Unit cell volume and liquid-phase immiscibility in oleate–stearate lipid mixtures. Chemistry and Physics of Lipids 158; 10–15.
310. Moodley T, Vella C, Djahanbakhch O, Branford-White CJ, Crawford MA (2009). Arachidonic and Docosahexaenoic Acid Deficits in Preterm Neonatal Mononuclear Cell Membranes. Nutr Health, 20: 167-185
311. Sumich A, Matsudaira T, Gow RV, Ibrahimovic A, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford M, Taylor E. (2009) Resting state electroencephalographic correlates with red cell long-chain fatty acids, memory performance and age in adolescent boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Neuropharmacology. 57(7-8):708-14.
312. Caraveo-Patin J, Wang Y, Soto LA, Ghebremeskel K, Lehane C, Crawford MA (2009) Eco-physiological repercussions of dietary arachidonic acid in cell membranes of active tissues of the Gray whale. Marine Ecology, Marine Ecology (2009) 1–11
313. Wang Y, Lehane C, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA. (2009) Modern organic and broiler chickens sold for human consumption provide more energy from fat than protein. Public Health Nutr; 4:1-9.
314. Crawford MA, Bazinet RP, Sinclair AJ. (2009) Fat intake and CNS functioning: ageing and disease. Ann Nutr Metab;55(1-3):202-28.
315. Zhang J, Wang Y, Meng L, Wang C, Zhao W, Chen J, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA. (2009) Maternal and neonatal plasma n-3 and n-6 fatty acids of pregnant women and neonates in three regions in China with contrasting dietary patterns. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr.; 18(3):377-88.
316. Gow RV, Matsudaira T, Taylor E, Rubia K, Crawford M, Ghebremeskel K, Ibrahimovic A, Vallée-Tourangeau F, Williams LM, Sumich A (2009) Total red blood cell concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids are associated with emotion-elicited neural activity in adolescent boys with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids;80(2-3):151-6
317 Wang Y, Lehane C, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA (2010) Modern organic and broiler chickens sold for human consumption provide more energy from fat than protein. Public Health Nutr;13(3):400-8.
319. Louise Brough, Gail A Rees, Michael A Crawford, R. Hugh Morton and Edgar K Dorman (2010) Effect of multiple-micronutrient supplementation on maternal nutrient status
and infant birth weight and gestational age at birth in a low income, multi-ethnic population. B J Nutr, Apr 23:1-9.
320. Kirby A, Woodward A, Jackson S, Wang Y, Crawford MA. (2010) Childrens' learning and behaviour and the association with cheek cell polyunsaturated fatty acid levels. Res Dev Disabil. 31(3):731-42
321. Kirby A, Woodward A, Jackson S, Wang Y, Crawford MA. (2010) .A double-blind, placebo-controlled study investigating the effects of omega-3 supplementation in children aged 8- 10 years from a mainstream school population. Res Dev Disabil.31(3):718-30.
322. Brand A, Crawford MA, Yavin E. (2010) Retailoring docosahexaenoic acid-containing phospholipid species during impaired neurogensis following omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid deprivation. J Neurochem. 114(5):1393-404.
323. Kuipers RS, Luxwolda MF, Janneke Dijck-Brouwer DA, Eaton SB, Crawford MA, Cordain L, Muskiet FA. (2010) Estimated macronutrient and fatty acid intakes from an East African Paleolithic diet. Br J Nutr. 23:1-22.
324 Nyuar KB, Min Y, Ghebremeskel K, Khalil AK, Elbashir MI, Cawford MA.(2010) Milk of northern Sudanese mothers whose traditional diet is high in carbohydrate contains low docosahexaenoic acid. Acta Paediatr.c;99(12):1824-7.
325. Nyuar KB, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA. (2012) Sudanese women's and neonates' vitamin A status. Nutr Health; 21(1):45-55.
326. Daak AA, Ghebremeskel K, Elbashir MI, Bakhita A, Hassan Z, Crawford MA (2011) Hydroxyurea TherapyMobilises Arachidonic Acid from Inner Cell Membrane Aminophospholipids in Patients with Homozygous Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Lipids, Article ID 718014, 8 pages doi:10.1155/2011/718014
327 Crawford MA, Broadhurst CL. (2012) The role of docosahexaenoic and the marine food web as determinants of evolution and hominid brain development: The challenge for human sustainability. Nutr Health.;21(1):17-39
328. Msika O, Brand A, Crawford MA, Yavin E. (2012) NGF blocks polyunsaturated fatty acids

biosynthesis in n-3 fatty acid-supplemented PC12 cells. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1821(7):1022-30.
329. Neville MM, Geppert J, Min Y, Grimble G, Crawford MA, Ghebremeskel K. (2012) Dietary fat intake, body composition and blood lipids of university men and women. Nutr Health. Jul;21(3):173-85.
330. Daak AA, Ghebremeskel K, Hassan Z, Attallah B, Azan HH, Elbashir MI, Crawford M (2012) Effect of omega-3 (n-3) fatty acid supplementation in patients with sickle cell anemia: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. AJCN. First published ahead of print November 28, 2012 as doi: 10.3945/ajcn.112.036319.
331. Crawford MA, Leigh Broadhurst C, Guest M, Nagar A, Wang Y, Ghebremeskel K, Schmidt WF (2013) A quantum theory for the irreplaceable role of docosahexaenoic acid in neural cell signaling throughout evolution Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids (PLEFA); 88(1):5-13. doi: 10.1016/j.plefa.2012.08.005. PMID: 23206328.
332. Gow RV, Vallee-Tourangeau F, Crawford MA, Taylor E, Ghebremeskel K, Bueno AA, Hibbeln JR, Sumich A, Rubia K.(2013) Omega-3 fatty acids are inversely related to callous and unemotional traits in adolescent boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids.Jun;88(6):411-8.
333. Sumich AL, Matsudaira T, Heasman B, Gow RV, Ibrahimovic A, Ghebremeskel K, Crawford MA, Taylor E. (2013) Fatty acid correlates of temperament in adolescent boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids.Jun;88(6):431- 6
334. Crawford MA, Broadhurst CL, Cunnane S, Marsh DE, Schmidt WF, Brand A, Ghebremeskel K, Nutritional Armour in Evolution: Docosahexaenoic acid as a Determinant of Neural Evolution and Hominid Brain Development. Military Medicine: in press,
335. Cr.awford MA (2014) Diet, Cancer and Heart Disease, Nutr Health 1-11 DOI: 10.1177/0260106014523361
335. Crawford MA, Hussein I, Nyuar K, Leigh Broadhurst C The Global Crisis in Brain Nutrition and the Rise Mental-Ill Health. J. Human Evol. In press.
336. Brenna JT, Burdge GC, Crawford MA, Clayton P, Cunnane SC, Gow R, Hibbeln JR, Sinclair AJ, Stein J, Willatts P. (2014) RE: Plasma phospholipid fatty acids and prostate cancer risk in the SELECT trial. J Natl Cancer Inst.106(4):dju015. doi: 10.1093/jnci/dju015. Epub 2014.
337. Cunnane SC, Crawford MA. (2014) Energetic and nutritional constraints on infant brain development: Implications for brain expansion during human evolution. J Hum Evol. pii: S0047- 2484(14)00105-5.

 

 

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