Korry Hintze

Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences

Nutrition and Chronic Disease, Microbiome, Animal Models of Nutrition


Korry Hintze

Contact Information

Office Hours: By Appointment
Office Location: NFS 304
Phone: (435) 797-2124
Email: korry.hintze@usu.edu

Educational Background

PhD, Cellular and Molecular Biology, North Dakota State University, 2004
Regulation of Thioredoxin Reductase
MS, Animal Science, North Dakota State University, 1999
Factors Influencing Selenium Content of Beef
BS, Animal Science, Iowa State University, 1997

Teaching Interests

Molecular nutrition, sports nutrition, nutritional biochemistry

Research Interests

Nutrient/gene interactions, trace mineral nutrition, chemoprevention, gut health.

Awards

Early Career Investigator Prize, 2013

New York Academy of Sciences

NDFS Teacher of the Year, 2009


Publications | Abstracts

  • Hintze, K.J, (2009). Dietary milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) reduces the incidence of aberrant crypt foci (ACF) in Fisher-344 rats. ADSA-ASAS *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2009). Effect of substituting corn oil with anhydrous milk fat or milk fat globule membrane as fat souce in AIN93 diet on consumption, weight gain and body fat percentage in Fisher 344 rats. Institute of Food Technologists *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2009). A Volatile Distillate By-Product of Mint Oil Promotes Absorption of Co-enzyme Q10 in Caco-2 cells grown on semi-permeable membranes. Federation of the American Society for Experimental Biology *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2009). Investigations of Iron, Hypoxia and Adipocyte Hypoxia on Hepcidin Promoter Activity.. Federation of the American Society for Experimental Biology *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2009). Effect of anhydrous milk fat, milk fat globular membrane and corn oil as the fat source in the AIN93 diet on the fecal microbiota in Fisher 344 rats.. ADSA-ASAS *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2008). The trivalent arsenical monomethylarsonous acid stimulates expression of cytosolic thioredoxin reductase in an Nrf2-dependent manner.. Free Radical Biology and Medicine *
  • Hintze, K.J, (2008). Effects of Sulforaphane on IMR-90 Phase II Enzyme Induction and Cell Senescence.. FASEB Journal *

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

    Publications | Book Chapters

  • Ward, R.E, Hintze, K.J, (2016). Fish and Fish Oil for Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes: Fish and Fish Oil in Health and Disease. Elsevier, Academic Press
  • Ward, R.E, Hintze, K.J, (2016). Fish and Fish Oil for Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes: Fish and Fish Oils in Health and Disease. Elsevier
  • Hintze, K.J, Snow, D., Burtenshaw, I., Ward, R.E, (2011). Nutraceutical properties of milk fat globular membrane : Biotechnology of Biopolymers. InTech Open

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

  • Rodriguez, D., Benninghoff, A., Aardema, N., Phatak, S., Hintze, K.J, (2019). Basal Diet Determined Long-Term Composition of the Gut Microbiome and Mouse Phenotype to a Greater Extent than Fecal Microbiome Transfer from Lean or Obese Human Donors. Nutrients, 11:7, 1630. doi: doi.org/10.3390/nu11071630
  • Hintze, K.J, Benninghoff, A., Cho, C.E, Ward, R.E, (2018). Modeling the Western diet for pre-clinical investigations. Advances in Nutrition, 9:3, 263-271. doi: 10.1093/advances/nmy002
  • Ward, R.E, Benninghoff, A., Healy, B.J, Li, M., Vagu, B., Hintze, K.J, (2017). Consumption of the total Western diet differentially affects the response to green tea in rodent models of chronic disease compared to the AIN93G diet. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, doi: 10.1002/mnfr.201600720
  • Hintze, K.J, Tawzer, J., Ward, R., (2016). Concentration and ratio of essential fatty acids influences the inflammatory response in lipopolysaccharide challenged mice.. Prostaglandins Leukotrienes Essential Fatty Acids, 111, 37-44. doi: 10.1016/j.plefa.2016.03.003
  • Monsanto, S.P, Hintze, K.J, Ward, R.E, Larson, D.P, Lefevre, M., Benninghoff, A., (2016). The new total Western diet for rodents does not induce an overweight phenotype or alter parameters of metabolic syndrome in mice. Nutrition Research, 36:9, 1031-1044. doi: 10.1016/j.nutres.2016.06.002
  • Benninghoff, A., Lefevre, M., Hintze, K.J, Ward, R.E, Broadbent, J.R, (2015). Fighting cancer with functional foods: new approaches to investigate the interactions of dietary bioactive chemicals and the gut microbiome. Journal of Developments in Sustainable Agriculture, 10:1, 34-54. doi: 10.11178/jdsa.10.34
  • Hintze, K.J, Lefevre, M., Ward, R.E, Benninghoff, A., Broadbent, J.R, Cox, J., (2014). Broad scope method for creating humanized animal models for animal health and disease research through antibiotic treatment and human fecal transfer. Gut Microbes, 5, 183-191. doi: 10.4161/gmic.28403
  • Zhou, A.L, Hintze, K.J, Jimenez, R., Ward, R.E, (2012). Dietary fat composition influences tissue lipid profile and gene expression in Fisher-344 rats. Lipids, 47:12, 1119-1130. doi: 10.1007/s11745-012-3729-3
  • Nemere, I., Garbi, N., Hammerling, G., Hintze, K.J, (2012). Role of the 1,25D3-MARRS receptor in the 1,25(OH)2D3-stimulated uptake of calcium and phosphate in intestinal cells.. Steroids, 77:10, 897-902.
  • Hintze, K.J, Benninghoff, A., Ward, R.E, (2012). Formulation of the Total Western Diet (TWD) as a basal diet for rodent cancer studies.. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 60:27, 6736-6742. doi: 10.1021/jf204509a
  • Hintze, K.J, Snow, D., Nabor, D., Timbimboo, H., (2011). Adipocyte Hypoxia Increases Hepatocyte Hepcidin Expression.. Biological Trace Element Research
  • Hintze, K.J, McClung, J.P, (2011). Hepcidin: A Critical Regulator of Iron Metabolism during Hypoxia.. Advances in Hematology, 2011
  • Finley, J.W, Kong, A.N, Hintze, K.J, Jeffery, E.H, Ji, L.L, Lei, X.G, (2011). Antioxidants in foods: state of the science important to the food industry.. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 59:13, 6837-46.
  • Snow, D.R, Ward, R.E, Jimenez-Flores, R., Olsen, A.L, Hintze, K.J, (2011). Membrane-rich milk fat diet provides protection against gastrointestinal stress in mice treated with lipopolysaccharide (LPS). . Journal of Dairy Science, 94:5, 2201-2212.
  • Snow, D.R, Jiminez-Flores, R., Ward, R.E, Cambell, J., Young, M.J, Nemere, I., Hintze, K.J, (2010). Dietary milk fat globular membrane reduced the incidence of aberrant crypt foci (ACG) in Fischer-344 rats.. Journal of Ag and Food Chem., 58, 2157-2164.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2008). Exposure to monomethylarsonous acid (MMA(III)) leads to altered selenoprotein synthesis in a primary human lung cell model.. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol., In Press.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2008). Novel hormone receptors. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 103, 401-7.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2007). Bach1 Repression of Ferritin and Thioredoxin Reductase1 Is Heme-sensitive in Cells and in Vitro and Coordinates Expression with Heme Oxygenase1, beta-Globin, and NADP(H) Quinone (Oxido) Reductase1.. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282, 34365.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2006). Iron at the center of ferritin, metal/oxygen homeostasis and novel dietary strategies. Biological research, 39, 167-71.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2006). Cellular regulation and molecular interactions of the ferritins.. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 63, 591-600.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2005). DNA and mRNA elements with complementary responses to hemin, antioxidant inducers, and iron control ferritin-L expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 102, 15048-52.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2005). Phytochemicals in broccoli transcriptionally induce thioredoxin reductase. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 53, 5535-40.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2005). Selenium enrichment of broccoli: interactions between selenium and secondary plant compounds. Journal of Nutrition, 135, 1236-8.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2003). Thioredoxin reductase in human hepatoma cells is transcriptionally regulated by sulforaphane and other electrophiles via an antioxidant response element. Journal of Nutrition, 133, 2721-7.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2003). Induction of hepatic thioredoxin reductase activity by sulforaphane, both in Hepa1c1c7 cells and in male Fisher 344 rats.. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 3, 173-179.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2002). Selenium accumulation in beef: effect of dietary selenium and geographical area of animal origin. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 50, 3938-42.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2001). Cancer-Protective Properties of High-Selenium Broccoli. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 49, 2679-83.
  • Hintze, K.J, (2001). Areas With High Concentrations of Selenium in the Soil and Forage Produce Beef With Enhanced Concentrations of Selenium.. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 49, 1062-7.

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Other

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Teaching

NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2020
NDFS 5410, 6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2020
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2019
NDFS 5410, 6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2019
NDFS 5250 - Occupational Experiences in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Spring 2019
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2018
NDFS 5250 - Occupational Experiences in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Fall 2018
NDFS 5410, 6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2018
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2017
NDFS 5410, 6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2017
NDFS 5250 - Occupational Experiences in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Spring 2017
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2016
NDFS 5250 - Occupational Experiences in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Fall 2016
NDFS 5410, 6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2016
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2015
NDFS 5250 - Occupational Experiences in Nutrition and Food Sciences, Fall 2015
NDFS 5410,6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2015
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2014
NDFS 5420 - Molecular Nutrition Laboratory, Spring 2014
NDFS 5410,6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2014
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2013
NDFS 5420 - Molecular Nutrition Laboratory, Spring 2013
NDFS 5410,6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2013
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2012
NDFS 5410,6410 - Nutrient Gene Interactions, Spring 2012
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2011
NDFS 6420 - MOLECULAR NUTRITION LAB, Spring 2011
NDFS 5420 - MOLECULAR NUTRITION LABORATORY, Spring 2011
NDFS 5410 - NUTRIENT GENE INTERACTIONS, Spring 2011
NDFS 6410 - NUTRIENT GENE INTERACTIONS, Spring 2011
NFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2010
NDFS 5420/6420 - Molecular Nutrition Laboratory, Spring 2010
NDFS 5410/6410 - Nutrient/Gene Interactions, Spring 2010
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2009
NDFS 5420/6420 - Molecular Nutrition Lab, Spring 2009
NDFS 5410/6410 - Nutrient/Gene Interactions, Spring 2009
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Performance, Fall 2008
NDFS 5410/6410 - Nutrient/Gene Interactions, Spring 2008
NDFS 5370/6370 - Molecular Methods, Fall 2007
NDFS 3020 - Nutrition and Physical Activity, Fall 2007

Extension

Effect of MFGM on zinc absorption and protection against G.I. stress, - Ongoing
Enhancement of Bioactive Absorption Using Fraction M., - Ongoing
Inhibitory effect of MFGM on Colon Cancer, - Ongoing

Graduate Students Mentored

Nikklas Aardema, Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences, July 2017 2019
Daphne Rodriguez, June 2016 2019
Zhiyong Yang, Chemistry & Biochemistry 2016
Sara Kellen, Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences, August 2013 2015
Yang Zhang, Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences 2015
Brett Healy, Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences, August 2010 - August 2013
Dallin Snow, Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences, August 2009 - August 2011