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2016 IJE Volume 45 Issue 5 October (14).pdf.jpg2016Cigarette smoking behaviour and blood metabolomicsGu, Fangyi; Derkach, Andriy; Freedman, Neal D; Landi, Maria Teresa; Albanes, Demetrius; Weinstein, Stephanie J; Mondul, Alison M; Matthews, Charles E; Guertin, Kristin A; Xiao, Qian; Zheng, Wei; Shu, Xiao-ou; Sampson, Joshua N; Moore, Steven C; Caporaso, Neil E
AJCNWSUP 2017 Volume 105 Issue 2 February (1).pdf.jpg2017Identifying biomarkers of dietary patterns by using metabolomics 1 – 3Playdon, Mary C; Moore, Steven C; Derkach, Andriy; Reedy, Jill; Subar, Amy F; Sampson, Joshua N; Albanes, Demetrius; Gu, Fangyi; Kontto, Jukka; Lassale, Camille; Liao, Linda M; Satu, M; Mondul, Alison M; Weinstein, Stephanie J; Irwin, Melinda L; Mayne, Susan T
2017 AJCNWS Volume 106 Issue 2 August (29).pdf.jpg2017Nutritional metabolomics and breast cancer risk in a prospective studyPlaydon, Mary C; Ziegler, Regina G; Sampson, Joshua N; Stolzenberg-solomon, Rachael; Thompson, Henry J; Irwin, Melinda L; Mayne, Susan T; Hoover, Robert N; Moore, Steven C
2016 IJE Volume 45 Issue 5 October (49).pdf.jpg2016Objectively measured physical activity and plasma metabolomics in the Shanghai Physical Activity StudyXiao, Qian; Moore, Steven C; Keadle, Sarah K; Xiang, Yong-bing; Zheng, Wei; Peters, Tricia M; Leitzmann, Michael F; Ji, Bu-tian; Sampson, Joshua N; Shu, Xiao-ou; Matthews, Charles E
AJoE 2018 Volume 187 Issue 8 August (3).pdf.jpg2018Original Contribution Serum Metabolomic Pro fi ling of All-Cause Mortality : A Prospective Analysis in the Alpha-Tocopherol , Beta-Carotene Cancer Prevention ( ATBC ) Study CohortHuang, Jiaqi; Weinstein, Stephanie J; Moore, Steven C; Derkach, Andriy; Hua, Xing; Liao, Linda M; Gu, Fangyi; Mondul, Alison M; Sampson, Joshua N; Albanes, Demetrius
1000.pdf.jpgMay-2015Serum biomarkers of habitual coffee consumption may provide insight into the mechanism underlying the association between coffee consumption and colorectal cancerGuertin, Kristin A; Loftfield, Erikka; Boca, Simina M; Sampson, Joshua N; Moore, Steven C; Xiao, Qian; Huang, Wen-Yi; Xiong, Xiaoqin; Freedman, Neal D; Cross, Amanda J; Sinha, Rashmi