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Anne Raggio

Research Associate

1038 C Pennington Biomedical Research Center
phone: 225-763-2531

email:anne.raggio@pbrc.edu

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS
    Health effects of functional foods, especially resistant starches Prevention and treatment of obesity, diabetes and cancer
RECENT and NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
  1. Keenan MJ, Zhou J, McCutcheon KL, Raggio AM, Bateman HG, Todd E, Jones CK, Tulley RT, Melton S, Martin RJ, Hegsted M. (2006) Effects of resistant starch, a non-digestible fermentable fiber, on reducing body fat. Obesity (Silver Spring) 14:1523-1534.
  2. Zhou J, Hegsted M, McCutcheon KL, Keenan MJ, Xi X, Raggio AM, Martin RJ (2006) Peptide YY and proglucagon mRNA expression patterns and regulation in the gut. Obesity (Silver Spring)14:683-689.
  3. Zhou J, Keenan MJ, Hegsted M, Danna SC, McCutcheon KL, Raggio AM, Tulley R, Martin RJ Resistant starch increases proglucagon and peptides YY mRNA expressions in rats likely through fermentation. Submitted to IJO.
ABSTRACTS
  1. Keenan MJ, Zhou J, Raggio AM, McCutcheon KL, Newman SS, Tulley RT, Martin RJ, Brown I, Birkett A, Hegsted M (2007) Altering gut hormones and cell proliferation pathway factors expressions by resistant starch leads to reduced body weight and body fat in rats. Keystone Conference Abstract Book, page 79, January 2007
  2. Keenan MJ, Zhou J, Raggio AM, McCutcheon KL, Newman SS, Tulley RT, Martin RJ, Brown I, Birkett A, Hegsted M (2006) Preliminary microarray analysis of genes from cecal cells of resistant starch fed rats. Obesity 14 Suppl:A206.
  3. Keenan MJ, Raggio AM, Zhou J, McCutcheon KL, Tulley RT, Bateman HG, Martin RJ, Hegsted M Resistant starch reduces abdominal fat more than energy dilution with nonfermentable fiber. (2006) Experimental Biology meeting abstracts [on CD -ROM]. The FASEB Journal 20 Abstract #137.1.
  4. Keenan MJ, Mumphrey SM, Lomax LL, Raggio AM, McCutcheon KL, Zhou J, Bateman HG, Tulley RT, Martin RJ, Hegsted M Resistant starch and fructooligosaccharide improve gut histology and alter gut signaling in rats. (2006) Experimental Biology meeting abstracts [on CD -ROM]. The FASEB Journal 20 Abstract #137.2.
revised: 10-Mar-2017 10:20