Lotte Lauritzen

Lotte Lauritzen

Professor MSO


  1. 2020
  2. Udgivet

    Early development in children with moderate acute malnutrition: A cross-sectional study in Burkina Faso

    Olsen, Mette Frahm, Iuel-Brockdorff, A., Yaméogo, C. W., Cichon, B., Fabiansen, C., Filteau, S., Phelan, K., Ouédraogo, A., Wells, J. C., Briend, A., Michaelsen, Kim F., Lauritzen, Lotte, Ritz, Christian, Ashorn, P., Christensen, V. B., Gladstone, M. & Friis, Henrik, 2020, I : Maternal and Child Nutrition. 16, 2, 14 s., e12928.

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  3. Udgivet

    Fish oil supplementation in cancer patients. Capsules or nutritional drink supplements? A controlled study of compliance

    Schmidt, N., Møller, Grith, Bæksgaard, L., Østerlind, K., Stark, K. D., Lauritzen, Lotte & Andersen, Jens Rikardt, 2020, I : Clinical Nutrition ESPEN. 35, s. 63-68 6 s.

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  4. Udgivet

    Is high oily fish intake achievable and how does it affect nutrient status in 8-9-year-old children? the FiSK Junior trial

    Vuholm, S., Teisen, Marie Nygaard, Buch, N. G., Stark, K. D., Jakobsen, J., Mølgaard, Christian, Lauritzen, Lotte & Damsgaard, Camilla Trab, 2020, I : European Journal of Nutrition. 59, 3, s. 1205-1218 14 s.

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  5. Udgivet

    Vitamin D-related genes and cardiometabolic markers in healthy children: a Mendelian randomisation study

    Lopez-Mayorga, A., Hauger, H., Petersen, R. A., Vogel, U., Damsgaard, Camilla Trab & Lauritzen, Lotte, 2020, I : British Journal of Nutrition. 123, 10, s. 1138-1147 10 s.

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  6. Udgivet

    Whole-blood PUFA and associations with markers of nutritional and health status in acutely malnourished children in Cambodia

    Sigh, S., Lauritzen, Lotte, Wieringa, F. T., Laillou, A., Chamnan, C., Angkeabos, N., Moniboth, D., Berger, J., Stark, K. D. & Roos, Nanna, 2020, I : Public Health Nutrition. 23, 6, s. 974-986 13 s.

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