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Linton P.  2012.  Traditional medical knowledge – experience of the Cree Nation in the development of the research agreement for the Anti-diabetic plants research project.. PDF icon TMK - Lessons from Québec 2.pdf (4.01 MB)PDF icon Research Agreement_TK Anonymized1.pdf (431.24 KB)
Tam TW, Liu R, Mao J, Saleem A, Arnason JT, Krantis A, Haddad P, Foster BC.  2010.  Testing if teas and some traditional medicine could interfere with western drugs. PDF icon FRP-023-6-06-X Tam 2010-09-16 (PlainLanguage).pdf (199.9 KB)
Harris C.  2009.  Summary of selected chapters from Cory Harris's thesis on healing plants and nerve damage. PDF icon [9] NFRP-4-Y Harris 2009-01-27 _PlainLanguage_final.pdf (26.69 KB)
Eid HM, Vallerand D, Muhammad A, Durst T, Haddad PS, Martineau LC.  2010.  Structural constraints and the importance of lipophilicity for the mitochondrial uncoupling activity of naturally occurring caffeic acid esters with potential for the treatment of insulin resistance..
Harris CS, Burt AJ, Saleem A, Le PMai, Martineau LC, Haddad PS, Bennett SAL, Arnason JT.  2007.  A single HPLC-PAD-APCI/MS method for the quantitative comparison of phenolic compounds found in leaf, stem, root and fruit extracts of Vaccinium angustifolium.. Phytochem Anal. 18(2):161-9.
Spoor DCA, Martineau LC, Leduc C, Benhaddou-Andaloussi A, Meddah B, Harris CS, Burt A, Fraser M-H, Coonishish J, Joly E et al..  2006.  Selected plant species from the Cree pharmacopoeia of northern Quebec possess anti-diabetic potential.. 84(8-9):847-58.PDF icon [3] NFRP-1-X June 2008.pdf (792.83 KB)
Bobet E.  2008.  Safety of some of the Iiyiyiu healing plants. PDF icon FRP-005-06-01-Y Tam thesis plainlang-aug11-08-pdf version.pdf (120.44 KB)
Sun C, McIntyre K, Saleem A, Haddad PSelim, Arnason J T.  2012.  The relationship between antiglycation activity and procyanidin and phenolic content in commercial grape seed products.. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 90(2):167-74.
Harris CS, Beaulieu L-P, Fraser M-H, McIntyre KL, Martineau LC, Cuerrier A, Johns T, Haddad PS, Bennett SAL, Arnason JT.  2008.  Reducing bad effects from diabetes: The healing plants and AGEs. PDF icon FRP-009-5-03-XY Harris 2008-10-03 (PlainLanguage).pdf (28.61 KB)
Harbilas D, Brault A, Vallerand D, Martineau LC, Saleem A, Arnason JT, Musallam L, Haddad PS.  2012.  Populus balsamifera L. (Salicaceae) mitigates the development of obesity and improves insulin sensitivity in a diet-induced obese mouse model.. J Ethnopharmacol. 141(3):1012-20.
Ryan SD, Harris CS, Mo F, Lee H, Hou ST, Bazan NG, Haddad PS, Arnason JT, Bennett SAL.  2007.  Platelet activating factor-induced neuronal apoptosis is initiated independently of its G-protein coupled PAF receptor and is inhibited by the benzoate orsellinic acid.. J Neurochem. 103(1):88-97.
Leduc C, Coonishish J, Haddad PS, Cuerrier A.  2006.  Plants used by the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee (Quebec, Canada) for the treatment of diabetes: A novel approach in quantitative ethnobotany.. 105(1-2):55-63.PDF icon [2] NFRP-2-X Leduc A new way to look at the plants that Iiyiyiuch traditionally used for diabetes.pdf (14.94 KB)
Harris CS, Mo F, Migahed L, Chepelev L, Haddad PS, Wright JS, Willmore WG, Arnason JT, Bennett SAL.  2007.  Plant phenolics regulate neoplastic cell growth and survival: a quantitative structure-activity and biochemical analysis.. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 85(11):1124-38.
Harris CS, Ryan S, Moffat T, Mo F, Haddad PS, Arnason J T, Bennett SAL.  2008.  Plant ingredients and protection of brain cells. PDF icon FRP-010-4-03-XY Harris 2008-10-02 (PlainLanguage).pdf (16.45 KB)
Fraser M-H, Cuerrier A, Haddad PS, Arnason JT, Owen PL, Johns T.  2007.  Medicinal plants of Cree communities (Québec, Canada): antioxidant activity of plants used to treat type 2 diabetes symptoms.. 85(11):1200-14.
Bobet E.  2008.  Lowbush cranberry and AGEs. Preventing some of the problems that go with diabetes.. PDF icon FRP-004-5-02-X Beaulieu 2008-08-19 (PlainLanguage).pdf (96.61 KB)
Eid HM, Brault A, Thong F, Ouchfoun M, Vallerand D, Arnason JT, Sweeney G, Haddad P.  2010.  Lowbush Cranberries as a way to fight weight and diabetes. Results from some studies on mice. PDF icon FRP-020-1-08-XY_Eid_2010-06-07_(PageLayout)[1].pdf (945.3 KB)
Eid HM, Brault A, Ouchfoun M, Thong F, Vallerand D, Musallam L, Arnason JT, Sweeney G, Haddad PS.  2014.  Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-Idaea L) Mobilizes L6 Muscle GLUT4 Transporters and Exerts Anti-Obesity and Antidiabetic Effects in vivo. PDF icon FRP-021-01-08 vitis in vivo antiobesity-plainlang-April16-2010.pdf (123.67 KB)
Harris CS, Cuerrier A, Lamont E, Haddad PS, Arnason JT, Bennett SAL, Johns T.  2014.  Investigating wild berries as a dietary approach to reducing the formation of advanced glycation endproducts: chemical correlates of in vitro antiglycation activity.. Plant Foods Hum Nutr. 69(1):71-7.
Downing A.  2010.  Inter and Intra-Specific Differences in Medicinal Plant Use for the Treatment of Type II Diabetes Symptoms by the Cree Elders of Eeyou Istchee (QC). PDF icon FRP-021-2-03-Y Downing_Ashleigh_D_2010_thesis.pdf (1.34 MB)PDF icon FRP-021-2-03-Y Downing 2010-04-21 (PlainLanguage).pdf (383.66 KB)
Beaulieu L-P, Harris CS, Saleem A, Cuerrier A, Haddad PS, Martineau LC, Bennett SAL, Arnason JT.  2010.  Inhibitory effect of the Cree traditional medicine wiishichimanaanh (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) on advanced glycation endproduct formation: identification of active principles.. PDF icon FRP-004-5-02-X Beaulieu 2008-08-19 (PlainLanguage).pdf (96.61 KB)
Harris CS, Beaulieu L-P, Fraser M-H, McIntyre KL, Owen PL, Martineau LC, Cuerrier A, Johns T, Haddad PS, Bennett SAL et al..  2011.  Inhibition of advanced glycation end product formation by medicinal plant extracts correlates with phenolic metabolites and antioxidant activity..
Vianna R, Brault A, Martineau LC, Couture R, Arnason JT, Haddad PS.  2009.  In Vivo Anti-Diabetic Activity of the Ethanolic Crude Extract of Sorbus decora C.K.Schneid. (Rosacea): A Medicinal Plant Used by Canadian James Bay Cree Nations to Treat Symptoms Related to Diabetes.. PDF icon FRP-014-01-04-X Vianna 2008-11-18 (PlainLanguage).pdf (18.8 KB)
Bobet E.  2007.  Iiyiyiu healing plants and how body cells absorb sugar. PDF icon [1] NFRP-2-Y Leduc Iiyiyiu healing plants and how body cells absorb sugar 07.pdf (25.36 KB)
Bobet E.  2008.  How the healing plants work to lower blood sugar levels. PDF icon FRP-007-1-03-X Martineau 2008-09-24 (PlainLanguage).pdf (42.65 KB)
Bobet E.  2010.  How Labrador tea affects diabetes in mice. PDF icon FRP-029-01-01-12 Ouchfoun 2010-12-07 (PlainLanguage).pdf (215.91 KB)
Bailie A.  2009.  How growth location might affect a tree's healing properties. PDF icon FRP-016-3-01-XY Bailie 2009-04-28 _PlainLanguage_.pdf (25.07 KB)
Bobet E.  2014.  How balsam fir helps liver cells balance their sugarmaking and storage activities. PDF icon FRP-043-01-01-15 Nachar-balsam-PL-Apr29-2014.pdf (16.29 KB)
Tam TW.  2008.  The effects of Cree anti-diabetic natural products on drug metabolism and cardiomyocytes. PDF icon FRP-005-06-01-Y Foster - Tam 2008 (Thesis First Draft)_July 27.pdf (948.72 KB)PDF icon FRP-005-06-01-Y Tam thesis plainlang-aug11-08-pdf version.pdf (120.44 KB)
Liu R, Tam TW, Mao J, Saleem A, Krantis A, Arnason JT, Foster BC.  2010.  The effect of natural health products and traditional medicines on the activity of human hepatic microsomal-mediated metabolism of oseltamivir.. J Pharm Pharm Sci. 13(1):43-55.PDF icon [11] NFRP-6-04-X Could plant medicines affect how well Tamiflu works-PL-Sept9-09.pdf (18.5 KB)
Bailie A.  2009.  Differences in healing effects of some trees: effects of genes and growing environment. PDF icon FRP-018-2-02-Y Bailie2009-06-15 Bailie thesis summary-PL final.pdf (23.2 KB)
Liu R.  2010.  Cree healing plants, Chinese plants, and western medicines: Are they safe to take together? PDF icon FRP-019-6-05-Y Liu 2010-03-25 (PlainLanguage).pdf (357.66 KB)
Bobet E.  2013.  Comparing plant teas made with alcohol or water Part 2: does it change how the plants act on fat cells? PDF icon FRP-039-01-01-14 Shang h2o vs ethanol adipogenesis-PL-Aug5-2013-rev.pdf (15.02 KB)
Bobet E.  2013.  Comparing plant teas made with alcohol or water Part 1: does it change how the plants act on sugar? PDF icon FRP-039-01-01-14 Shang_glucose_Adipogenesis.pdf (1.25 MB)
Ouchfoun M.  2010.  A combination of Catechin, Epicatechin and Quercetin underlies the in vitro adipogenic action of Rhododendron groenlandicum, an anti-diabetic medicinal plant of the Eastern James Bay Cree pharmacopeia. PDF icon FRP-027-1-09-XY Ouchfoun 2010-11-15 (PlainLanguage).pdf (183.83 KB)
Bobet E.  2007.  Can Iiyiyiu healing plants help with heart disease caused by diabetes? PDF icon [4] NFRP-3-01-Y Grandi (PlainLanguage).pdf (46.43 KB)
Guerrero-Analco JA, Martineau L, Saleem A, Madiraju P, Muhammad A, Durst T, Haddad P, Arnason J T.  2010.  Bioassay-guided isolation of the antidiabetic principle from Sorbus decora (Rosaceae) used traditionally by the Eeyou Istchee Cree First Nations.. PDF icon FRP-019-5-04-X Guerrero 2010-03-01 (PlainLanguage).pdf (236.41 KB)
Martineau LC, Couture A, Spoor D, Benhaddou-Andaloussi A, Harris C, Meddah B, Leduc C, Burt A, Vuong T, Le PMai et al..  2006.  Anti-diabetic properties of the Canadian lowbush blueberry Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.. Phytomedicine. 13(9-10):612-23.
Harris CS, Lambert J, Saleem A, Coonishish J, Martineau LC, Cuerrier A, Haddad PS, Arnason JT, Bennett SAL.  2008.  Antidiabetic Activity of Extracts from Needle, Bark, and Cone of Picea glauca: Organ-Specific Protection from Glucose Toxicity and Glucose Deprivation. PDF icon FRP-001-4-01-X Harris (PlainLanguage).pdf (10.04 KB)
Martineau LC, Muhammad A, Saleem A, Hervé J, Harris CS, Arnason JT, Haddad PS.  2010.  Anti-adipogenic activities of Alnus incana and Populus balsamifera bark extracts, part II: bioassay-guided identification of actives salicortin and oregonin.. PDF icon FRP-006-1-02-X Martineau 2008-08-27 (PlainLanguage).pdf (100.98 KB)