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2018Understanding the utilization of primary health care services by Indigenous men: a systematic reviewCanuto, K.; Brown, A.; Wittert, G.; Harfield, S.
1996Tissue distribution of opioid receptor gene expression in the ratWittert, G.; Hope, P.; Pyle, D.
2007Gonadal steroids and visuo-spatial abilities in adult males: Implications for generalized age-related cognitive declineMartin, D.; Wittert, G.; Burns, N.
2014Impaired glucose metabolism in response to high fat diet in female mice conceived by In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or ovarian stimulation aloneChen, M.; Wu, L.; Wu, F.; Wittert, G.; Norman, R.; Robker, R.; Heilbronn, L.
2015Dietary enrichment with fish oil prevents high fat-induced metabolic dysfunction in skeletal muscle in micePhilp, L.; Heilbronn, L.; Janovska, A.; Wittert, G.
2009Demographic, physical and lifestyle factors associated with androgen status: the Florey Adelaide Male Aging Study (FAMAS)Atlantis, E.; Martin, S.; Haren, M.; O'Loughlin, P.; Taylor, A.; Anand Ivell, R.; Ivell, R.; Wittert, G.
1999Effect of nitric oxide synthase inhibitors on short-term appetite and food intake in humansVozzo, R.; Wittert, G.; Horowitz, M.; Morley, J.; Chapman, I.
1998Interaction of insulin, glucagon-like peptide 1, gastric inhibitory polypeptide, and appetite in response to intraduodenal carbohydrate1–3Lavin, J.; Wittert, G.; Andrews, J.; Yeap, B.; Wishart, J.; Morris, H.; Morley, J.; Horowitz, M.; Read, N.
2014The impact of low muscle mass definition on the prevalence of sarcopenia in older AustraliansYu, S.; Appleton, S.; Adams, R.; Chapman, I.; Wittert, G.; Visvanathan, T.; Visvanathan, R.
2002Effects of energy-restricted diets containing increased protein on weight loss, resting energy expenditure, and the thermic effect of feeding of type 2 diabetesLuscombe-Marsh, N.; Clifton, P.; Noakes, M.; Parker, B.; Wittert, G.