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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)
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..
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)
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)
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.
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.
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.