Mark E. Cook

Mark E. Cook, Ph.D.

Cook, MarkRm 1064 Animal Science
Madison, WI 53706
608-262-7747
mcook@wisc.edu

Emphasis Group:
Animal Nutrition
Biochemical & Molecular Nutrition

Principal Research Interests:
Nutrient and chemical modulation of immune function and immune regulation of nutrient metabolism, physiology, development and growth, including inflammatory, autoimmune disease and molecular mechanisms.

Representative Publications:

Huebner, S.M., J.M. Olson, J.P. Campbell, J.W. Bishop, P,M. Crump, and M.E. Cook. 2014. Dietary trans-10,cis-12 CLA reduces murine collagen-induced arthritis in a dose-dependent manner. J. Nutr. 144:177-184.

Butz, D.E., Morello, S.L., Sand, J., Boriosi, J.P., Holland, G.N. Cook, M.E. 2014. Expired breath carbon delta value is a marker for the onset of sepsis in a swine model. J. Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 29:606-613

Whigham, L.D., Butz, D.E., Johnson, L.K., Schoeller, D.A., Abbott, D.H., Porter, W.P. Cook, M.E. 2014. Breath carbon stable isotope ratios identify changes in energy balance and substrate utilization in humans. Int. J. Obes. 38:1248-1250.

Boriosi, J.P., Maki, D.G., Yngsdal-Krenz, R.A., Wald, E.R., Porter, W.P., Cook, M.E.Butz, D.E. 2013 Breath carbon isotope delta value may be a biomarker of catabolic inflammatory acute phase response in mechanically ventilated pediatric patients. JAAS  DOI:10.1039/c3ja5033c.

Bobeck, E.A., K. Burgess, T. Jamres, M.L. Piccione, and M.E. Cook. 2012. Maternally-derived antibody to fibroblast growth factor-23 reduced dietary phosphate requirements in growing chicks. Biochem Biophys Res. Commun. 420:686-670

Krugner-Higby L., R. Brown, M. Rassette, M. Behr, O. Okwumabua, M. Cook, C. Bell, M.T. Flowers, J. Ntambi, A. Gendron. 2012. Ulcerative dermatitis in C57BL/6 mice lacking stearoyl CoA desaturase 1. Comp Med 62:257-263.

Cook, M.E. 2011. A review of science leading to host-targeted antibody strategies for preventing growth depression due to microbial colonization. J. Animal Sci. 89:1981-1990.

Cook, M.E. 2011. A review of science leading to host-targeted antibody strategies for preventing growth depression due to microbial colonization. J. Animal Sci. 89:1981-1990.

Huebner, S.M., J.P. Campbell, D.E. Butz, T.G. Fulmer, A. Gendron-Fitzpatrick, and M.E. Cook. 2010. Individual isomers of conjugated linoleic acid reduce inflammation associated with established collagen-induced arthritis in DBA/1 mice. J. Nutr 140:1454-1461.

Leone, VA. SP Worzalla, ME Cook. 2010. Evidence that maternal conjugated linoleic acid negatively impacts lipid uptake in late stage chick embryos resulting in increased embryonic mortality. Poultry Sci. 89:621-632.