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 Interviews with Nutritional Experts: Nutrient Interaction in Heart Disease  
Interview with Dr. David Kritchevsky
   as interviewed by Richard A. Passwater PhD

1. Preparation of tritiated cholesterol. Kritchevsky, David; Biggs, M. W. and Freeman, N. K. Univ. Cal. Rad. Lab. Rep. 644:1-5 (1950)

2. Distribution of radioactivity in the egg after feeding sodium acetate-1-C14. Kritchevsky, David; Grau, C. R.; Tolbert, B. M. and Kreuckel, B. J. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 76:741-3 (1951)

3. Observations with radioactive hydrogen (H3) in experimental atherosclerosis. Biggs, M. W. and Kritchevsky, David Circul. 4:34-42 (1951)

4. Effect of cholesterol vehicle in experimental atherosclerosis. Kritchevsky, DAvid; Moyer, A. W.; Tesar, W. C.; et al Amer. J. Physiol. 178:30-2 (1954)

5. The initiation and growth of tumors. Introduction I. Effects of underfeeding. Tannenbaum, A. Amer. J. Cancer 38:335-50 (1940)

6. Beziehungen zwischen ernahrung und tumorwachstum. Moreschi, C. Z. fur Immunitatsforsch. 2:651-75 (1909)

7. Experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits fed cholesterol-free diets. Kritchevsky, David J. Atheroscler. Res. 4:103-5 (1964)

8. Factors affecting atherosclerosis in rabbits fed cholesterol-free diets. Kritchevsky, David and Tepper, S. A. Life Sci. 4:1467-71 (1965)

9. Experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits fed cholesterol-free diets: Influence of chow components. Kritchevsky, David and Tepper, S. A. J. Atheroscler. Res. 8:357-69 (1968)

10. Uber die veranderung der Kaninchenaorta bei experimenteller cholesterinsteatose. Anitschkow, N. Beitr. Pathol. Anat. Allg. Pathol. 56:379-404 (1913)

11. Cholesterol. Kritchevsky, David John Wiley & Sons, NY, 291 pp. (1958)

12. Serum cholesterol and coronary artery disease. Gertler, M. M.; Garn, S. D. & White, P. D. Circulation 2:696-702 (1950)

13. Auto-oxidation of methyl linoleate: Effect of sex hormones and of nicotinic acid and related compounds. Kritchevsky, David and Tepper, S. A. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 115:841-3 (1964)

14. High stored iron levels are associated with excess risk of myocardial infarction in Eastern Finnish Men. Salonen, Jukka T.; et al Circulation 86:803-811 (1992)

15. Aortic sudanophilia and zinc-copper ratios in the livers of Vervet monkeys fed different types of fiber. Klevay, L. M.; Mendelsohn, D.; Vander Watt, J. J.; Davidson, L. M. & Kritchevsky, D.S. Amer. Med. J. 59:605-6 (1981)

16. Dietary fat and cancer trends -- a critique. Enig, Mary G.; Munn, R. J. and Keeney, M. Fed. Proceed. 37(9):2215-20 (Jul 1978)

17. Elaidic acid: Effect on experimental atherosclerosis. Weigensberg, B. I.; McMillan, G. C. & Ritchie, A. C. Arch. Pathol. 72:126-34 (1961)

18. Elaidinized olive oil and cholesterol atherosclerosis. McMillan, G. C.; Silver, M. D. & Weigensberg, B. I. Arch. Pathol. 76:106-12 (1963)

19. Influence of trans-unsaturated fats on experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits. Ruttenberg, H.; Davidson, L. M.; Little, N. A.; Klurfeld, D. M. & Kritchevsky, David J. Nutr. 113:835-44 (1983)

20. Effect of dietary trans fatty acid on high-density and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in healthy subjects. Mensink, R. P. & Katan, M. B. N. Engl. J. Med. 323:439-45 (1990)

21. Herman Award Lecture, 1992: Lipid nutrition -- a personal perspective. Kritchevsky, David Amer. J. Clin. Nutr. 56:730-4 (1992)

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