Research Publications

The Omnical Indirect Calorimetry system has supported numerous research studies

The Omnical has supported numerous research studies in the field of energy metabolism ranging from resting metabolism to maximal exercise testing and nutritional studies.

List of research publications (sorted by year):

  1. te Kulve, M., et al., Correlated colour temperature of morning light influences alertness and body temperature. Physiology & behavior, 2018. 185: p. 1-13.
  2. Trommelen, J., et al., Fructose and sucrose intake increase exogenous carbohydrate oxidation during exercise. Nutrients, 2017. 9(2): p. 167.
  3. Sanders, D., T. Myers, and I. Akubat, Training-Intensity Distribution in Road Cyclists: Objective Versus Subjective Measures. International journal of sports physiology and performance, 2017. 12(9): p. 1232-1237.
  4. Sanders, D., et al., Methods of monitoring training load and their relationships to changes in fitness and performance in competitive road cyclists. International journal of sports physiology and performance, 2017. 12(5): p. 668-675.
  5. Nyakayiru, J.M., et al., No effect of acute and 6-day nitrate supplementation on V̇o2 and time-trial performance in highly trained cyclists. International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism, 2017. 27(1): p. 11-17.
  6. Most, J., et al., Gut microbiota composition in relation to the metabolic response to 12-week combined polyphenol supplementation in overweight men and women. European journal of clinical nutrition, 2017. 71(9): p. 1040.
  7. Most, J., et al., Gut microbiota composition strongly correlates to peripheral insulin sensitivity in obese men but not in women. Beneficial microbes, 2017. 8(4): p. 557-562.
  8. Kaviani, S., et al., Determining the Accuracy and Reliability of Indirect Calorimeters Utilizing the Methanol Combustion Technique. The FASEB Journal, 2017.
  9. Brouwers, B., et al., Exercise training reduces intrahepatic lipid in people with and people without non-alcoholic fatty liver. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2017: p. ajpendo. 00266.2017.
  10. Valenti, G., A.G. Bonomi, and K.R. Westerterp, Diurnal patterns of physical activity in relation to activity induced energy expenditure in 52 to 83 years-old adults. PloS one, 2016. 11(12): p. e0167824.
  11. Valenti, G., A.G. Bonomi, and K.R. Westerterp, Multicomponent fitness training improves walking economy in older adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2016. 48(7): p. 1365-70.
  12. Dirks, M.L., et al., One week of bed rest leads to substantial muscle atrophy and induces whole-body insulin resistance in the absence of skeletal muscle lipid accumulation. Diabetes, 2016. 65(10): p. 2862-2875.
  13. Dijck, M., Galactooligosaccharides and substrate and energy metabolism, dietary intake and body composition. MaRBLe, 2016. 6.
  14. Altini, M., et al., Cardiorespiratory fitness estimation using wearable sensors: Laboratory and free-living analysis of context-specific submaximal heart rates. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2016. 120(9): p. 1082-1096.
  15. Valenti, G., A.G. Bonomi, and K.R. Westerterp, Body acceleration as indicator for walking economy in an ageing population. PloS one, 2015. 10(10): p. e0141431.
  16. Lans, A.A., et al., Cold acclimation affects immune composition in skeletal muscle of healthy lean subjects. Physiological reports, 2015. 3(7).
  17. Hanssen, M.J., et al., Glucose uptake in human brown adipose tissue is impaired upon fasting-induced insulin resistance. Diabetologia, 2015. 58(3): p. 586-595.
  18. Hanssen, M.J., et al., Short-term cold acclimation improves insulin sensitivity in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Nature medicine, 2015. 21(8): p. 863.
  19. Bilet, L., et al., Acute exercise does not decrease liver fat in men with overweight or NAFLD. Scientific reports, 2015. 5: p. 9709.
  20. Vosselman, M.J., et al., Frequent extreme cold exposure and brown fat and cold-induced thermogenesis: a study in a monozygotic twin. PloS one, 2014. 9(7): p. e101653.
  21. Most, J., et al., Short-term supplementation with a specific combination of dietary polyphenols increases energy expenditure and alters substrate metabolism in overweight subjects. International Journal of Obesity, 2014. 38(5): p. 698.
  22. Vijgen, G.H., et al., Vagus nerve stimulation increases energy expenditure: relation to brown adipose tissue activity. PLoS One, 2013. 8(10): p. e77221.
  23. van de Weijer, T., et al., Relationships between mitochondrial function and metabolic flexibility in type 2 diabetes mellitus. PloS one, 2013. 8(2): p. e51648.
  24. Soenen, S., et al., Normal Protein Intake Is Required for Body Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance, and Elevated Protein Intake for Additional Preservation of Resting Energy Expenditure and Fat Free Mass. The Journal of Nutrition, 2013. 143(5): p. 591-596.
  25. Res, P.T., et al., Astaxanthin supplementation does not augment fat use or improve endurance performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2013. 45(6): p. 1158-1165.
  26. Kingma, B., et al., Energy efficient living-INTEWON: From measuring to modelling to managing. 2012.
  27. Jans, A., et al., Polyunsaturated fatty acids acutely affect triacylglycerol-derived skeletal muscle fatty acid uptake and increases postprandial insulin sensitivity. Skeletal muscle fatty acid handling in insulin resistance: The effect of dietary fatty acids, 2012: p. 81.
  28. Kingma, B., et al., Increased systolic blood pressure after mild cold and rewarming: relation to cold‐induced thermogenesis and age. Acta physiologica, 2011. 203(4): p. 419-427.
  29. Bilet, L., et al., Exercise-induced modulation of cardiac lipid content in healthy lean young men. Basic research in cardiology, 2011. 106(2): p. 307-315.
  30. Baadjou, V., et al., Energy expenditure in brass and woodwind instrumentalists. Med Probl Perform Art, 2011. 26(4): p. 218-222.
  31. Soenen, S., et al., Protein intake induced an increase in exercise stimulated fat oxidation during stable body weight. Physiology & behavior, 2010. 101(5): p. 770-774.
  32. Smeets, A.J. and M.S. Westerterp-Plantenga, The acute effects of a lunch containing capsaicin on energy and substrate utilisation, hormones, and satiety. European journal of nutrition, 2009. 48(4): p. 229-234.
  33. Hees, V.T., R.C. Lummel, and K.R. Westerterp, Estimating Activity‐related Energy Expenditure Under Sedentary Conditions Using a Tri‐axial Seismic Accelerometer. Obesity, 2009. 17(6): p. 1287-1292.
  34. Wouters‐Adriaens, M.P. and K.R. Westerterp, Low resting energy expenditure in Asians can be attributed to body composition. Obesity, 2008. 16(10): p. 2212-2216.
  35. Smeets, A.J., et al., Energy Expenditure, Satiety, and Plasma Ghrelin, Glucagon-Like Peptide 1, and Peptide Tyrosine-Tyrosine Concentrations following a Single High-Protein Lunch. The Journal of Nutrition, 2008. 138(4): p. 698-702.
  36. Mensink, M., et al., Improved skeletal muscle oxidative enzyme activity and restoration of PGC-1α and PPARβ/δ gene expression upon rosiglitazone treatment in obese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. International journal of obesity, 2007. 31(8): p. 1302.
  37. Boon, N., et al., An intervention study of the effects of calcium intake on faecal fat excretion, energy metabolism and adipose tissue mRNA expression of lipid-metabolism related proteins. International journal of obesity, 2007. 31(11): p. 1704.
  38. Ooijen, A.M., et al., Heat production and body temperature during cooling and rewarming in overweight and lean men. Obesity, 2006. 14(11): p. 1914-1920.
  39. Boon, N., et al., The effects of increasing serum calcitriol on energy and fat metabolism and gene expression. Obesity, 2006. 14(10): p. 1739-1746.
  40. Oomen, J., et al., Influence of ß 2-adrenoceptor gene polymorphisms on diet-induced thermogenesis. British journal of nutrition, 2005. 94(5): p. 647-654.
  41. Diepvens, K., et al., Effect of green tea on resting energy expenditure and substrate oxidation during weight loss in overweight females. British Journal of Nutrition, 2005. 94(6): p. 1026-1034.
  42. Adriaens, M.P., P.F. Schoffelen, and K.R. Westerterp, Intra-individual variation of basal metabolic rate and the influence of daily habitual physical activity before testing. British Journal of Nutrition, 2003. 90(2): p. 419-423.
  43. van Steenhoven, A. and W. van Marken Lichtenbelt, Heat production and body temperature during cooling and rewarming in overweight and lean men. Human Thermoregulation.