Items where Author is "Alokail, MS"

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SABICO, S., AL-MASHHARAWI, A., AL-DAGHRI, N.M., WANI, K., AMER, O.E., HUSSAIN, D.S., ANSARI, M.G.A., MASOUD, M.S., ALOKAIL, M.S. and MCTERNAN, P.G., 2018. Effects of a 6-month multi-strain probiotics supplementation in endotoxemic, inflammatory and cardiometabolic status of T2DM patients: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Clinical Nutrition. ISSN 0261-5614

SABICO, S., AL-MASHHARAWI, A., AL-DAGHRI, N.M., YAKOUT, S., ALNAAMI, A.M., ALOKAIL, M.S. and MCTERNAN, P.G., 2017. Effects of a multi-strain probiotic supplement for 12 weeks in circulating endotoxin levels and cardiometabolic profiles of medication naïve T2DM patients: a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Translational Medicine, 15, p. 249. ISSN 1479-5876

AZIZ, I., YAKOUT, S.M., ALJOHANI, N., AL-SALEH, Y., AL-ATTAS, O.S., ALOKAIL, M.S., AMER, O.E., SHESHAH, E., MCTERNAN, P.G. and AL-DAGHRI, N.M., 2016. Endotoxin and bone turnover markers in postmenopausal women with and without osteoporosis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology, 9 (10), pp. 10682-10687. ISSN 1936-2625

AL-DAGHRI, N.M., RAHMAN, S., SABICO, S., YAKOUT, S., WANI, K., AL-ATTAS, O.S., SARAVANAN, P., TRIPATHI, G., MCTERNAN, P.G. and ALOKAIL, M.S., 2016. Association of vitamin B12 with pro-inflammatory cytokines and biochemical markers related to cardiometabolic risk in Saudi subjects. Nutrients, 8 (9), p. 460. ISSN 2072-6643

AL-DAGHRI, N.M., AL-ATTAS, O.S., ALOKAIL, M.S., ALKHARFY, K.M., YOUSEF, M., VINODSON, B., AMER, O.E., ALNAAMI, A.M., SABICO, S., TRIPATHI, G., PIYA, M.K., MCTERNAN, P.G. and CHROUSOS, G.P., 2014. Maternal inheritance of circulating irisin in humans. Clinical Science, 126 (12), pp. 837-844. ISSN 0143-5221

AL-DAGHRI, N.M., ALKHARFY, K.M., RAHMAN, S., AMER, O.E., VINODSON, B., SABICO, S., PIYA, M.K., HARTE, A.L., MCTERNAN, P.G., ALOKAIL, M.S. and CHROUSOS, G.P., 2013. Irisin as a predictor of glucose metabolism in children: sexually dimorphic effects. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 44 (2), pp. 119-124. ISSN 00142972

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