Dr. Diane K. Hartle


Associate Professor, Emeritus

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Education

PhD Pharmacology, University of Iowa, College of Medicine 1981

BS Biochemistry, University of Minnesota 1975

Selected Publications

McDougald, L.R., Hofacre, C., Mathis, G., Fuller, L., Hargrove, J.L., Greenspan, P., and Hartle, D. K.  Enhancement of resistance to coccidiosis and necrotic enteritis in broiler chickens by dietary muscadine pomace. Avian Diseases 52:646-651, 2008.

Burdette, A., Mayer, E.P., Hargrove, J.L., Hartle, D. K., and Greenspan, P. Anti-inflamatory activity of select sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) brans. J Med Foods, Aug 13:4, 879-997, 2010.

Srivastava, A., Greenspan, P., Hartle, D.K., Hargrove, J.L., Amarowicz, R., Pegg, R.B. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of polyphenolics from Southeastern U.S. range blackberrt cultivars. J. Agric. Food Chem., 58 (10): 6120-6109, 2010.

Dowd, C., Greenspan, P., Hartle, D.K., and Hargrove, J.L. Inhibition of aromatase and alpha amylase by select sorghum brans. J. Med. Food Accepted for Publication Sep. 9, 2010. In Press, 2010-2011.

Hargrove, J.L., Greenspan, P., Dowd, C. and Hartle, D.K. Inhibition of aromatase and alpha amylase by flavonoids and proanthocyanidins from Sorghum bicolor bran Extracts. J. Med Food 14: 1-9, 2010.

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