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My research background and expertise focus on nutrition, metabolism, and physiology studies involving the use of stable isotope methodologies, both in humans and animals. I also have extensive experience with isotopic calculations, validation and data interpretation.

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Academic Articles585
Chapters8
  • Coker, R. H., Miller, S., Schutzler, S., Deutz, N., & Wolfe, R. R. (2017). Whey Protein and Essential Amino Acids Promote the Reduction of Adipose Tissue and Increased Muscle Protein Synthesis During Caloric Restriction-Induced Weight Loss in Elderly, Obese Individuals. Clinical Nutrition and Aging. (pp. 69-86). Apple Academic Press.
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  • Luiking, Y. C., Castillo, L., & Deutz, N. (2012). Arginine, citrulline, and nitric oxide. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease: Eleventh Edition. (pp. 477-486).
  • Venema, K., de Graaf, A. A., & Deutz, N. (2007). Metabolic conversions of dietary carbohydrates by gut microbes. Dietary Fibre Components and Functions. (pp. 145-156). Wageningen Academic Publishers.
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  • Dejong, C., Damink, S., Jalan, R., Deutz, N., & Soeters, P. B. (2003). Amino acids and ammonia in liver disease. Metabolic and Therapeutic Aspects of Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition, Second Edition. (pp. 419-434).
  • Soeters, P. B., Hulsewe, K. W., Deutz, N., Luiking, Y., & Dejong, C. (2003). Gastrointestinal disease. Metabolic and Therapeutic Aspects of Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition, Second Edition. (pp. 405-418).
Conference Papers157
patents
Patents2
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Email
nep.deutz@tamu.edu
First Name
Nicolaas
Last Name
Deutz
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Health And Kinesiology; 4253 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4253
USA