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2008The impact of delaying enteral feeding on gastric emptying plasma cholecystokinin and peptide YY concentrations in critically ill patientsNguyen, Q.; Fraser, R.; Bryant, L.; Burgstad, C.; Chapman, M.; Bellon, M.; Wishart, J.; Holloway, R.; Horowitz, M.
2010Effects of metoclopramide on duodenal motility and flow events, glucose absorption, and incretin hormone release in response to intraduodenal glucose infusionKuo, P.; Bellon, M.; Wishart, J.; Smout, A.; Holloway, R.; Fraser, R.; Horowitz, M.; Jones, K.; Rayner, C.
2006Fasting and nutrient-stimulated plasma peptide-YY levels are elevated in critical illness and associated with feed intolerance: an observational, controlled studyNguyen, Q.; Fraser, R.; Chapman, M.; Bryant, L.; Wishart, J.; Holloway, R.; Horowitz, M.
1997Effects of diabetes mellitus on gastrointestinal motor functionHorowitz, M.; Fraser, R.; Hebbard, G.; Jones, K.; Wishart, J.; Sun, W.M.
2010Effects of physiological hyperglycemia on duodenal motility and flow events, glucose absorption, and incretin secretion in healthy humansKuo, P.; Wishart, J.; Bellon, M.; Smout, A.; Holloway, R.; Fraser, R.; Horowitz, M.; Jones, K.; Rayner, C.
2007The relationship between gastric emptying, plasma cholecystokinin, and peptide YY in critically ill patientsNguyen, Q.; Fraser, R.; Bryant, L.; Chapman, M.; Wishart, J.; Holloway, R.; Butler, R.; Horowitz, M.
2011Exogenous glucagon-like peptide-1 attenuates the glycaemic response to postpyloric nutrient infusion in critically ill patients with type-2 diabetesDeane, A.; Summers, M.; Zaknic, A.; Chapman, M.; Fraser, R.; Di Bartolomeo, A.; Wishart, J.; Horowitz, M.
1998Gastrointestinal motor function in diabetes mellitus. Relationship to blood glucose concentrationsHorowitz, M.; Rayner, C.; Kong, M.; Jones, K.; Wishart, J.; Sun, W.; Fraser, R.
2007Feed intolerance in critical illness is associated with increased basal and nutrient-stimulated plasma cholecystokinin concentrationsNguyen, Q.; Fraser, R.; Chapman, M.; Bryant, L.; Holloway, R.; Yandell, R.; Wishart, J.; Feinle-Bisset, C.; Horowitz, M.