- Lucock, Mark D., Jones, Patrice R., Chaplin, George, Beckett, Emma L., Veysey, Martin, Thota, Rohith, Garg, Manohar, Furst, John, Martin, Charlotte, Yates, Zoe, Scarlett, Christopher J., Jablonski, Nina G.
Bitter taste genetics-the relationship to tasting, liking, consumption and health
Early lifecycle UV-exposure calibrates adult vitamin D metabolism: evidence for a developmentally originated vitamin D homeostat that may alter related adult phenotypes
Folate status, folate-related genes and serum miR-21 expression: implications for miR-21 as a biomarker
Genotype-phenotype relationships relevant to the lifecycle with special reference to vitamin nutrition
Independent and interactive influences of environmental UVR, vitamin D levels, and folate variant MTHFD1-RS2236225 on homocysteine levels
Methylation diet and methyl group genetics in risk for adenomatous polyp occurrence
Photobiology of vitamins
Reduced plasma homocysteine levels in elderly Australians following mandatory folic acid fortification - A comparison of two cross-sectional cohorts
Relationship between methylation status of Vitamin D-related genes, Vitamin D levels, and methyl-donor biochemistry
UV-associated decline in systemic folate: implications for human nutrigenetics, health, and evolutionary processes
VDR gene methylation as a molecular adaption to light exposure: historic, recent and genetic influences
Vitamin D and folate: A reciprocal environmental association based on seasonality and genetic disposition
Vitamin D receptor genotype modulates the correlation between vitamin D and circulating levels of let-7a/b and vitamin D intake in an elderly cohort
Vitamin D receptor polymorphisms relate to risk of adenomatous polyps in a sex-specific manner
Vitamin D, folate, and potential early lifecycle environmental origin of significant adult phenotypes.