Center Publications

2017
Gallo, L. C., et al. “Youth And Caregiver Physical Activity And Sedentary Time: Hchs/sol Youth.”. American Journal Of Health Behavior, pp. 67-75.
Einstein
Qi, W., et al. “Shp-1 Activation Inhibits Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Proliferation And Intimal Hyperplasia In A Rodent Model Of Insulin Resistance And Diabetes.”. Diabetologia, pp. 585-596.
Joslin
Willard, J. R., et al. “Improved Glycaemia In High-Fat-Fed Neprilysin-Deficient Mice Is Associated With Reduced Dpp-4 Activity And Increased Active Glp-1 Levels.”. Diabetologia, pp. 701-708.
Washington
Mumtaz, R., et al. “Intercalated Cell Depletion And Vacuolar H-Atpase Mistargeting In An Ae1 R607H Knockin Model.”. Journal Of The American Society Of Nephrology : Jasn, pp. 1507-1520.
Boston Area
Wacker, B. K., et al. “Local Vascular Gene Therapy With Apolipoprotein A-I To Promote Regression Of Atherosclerosis.”. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, And Vascular Biology, pp. 316-327.
Washington
Wight, T. N. “Provisional Matrix: A Role For Versican And Hyaluronan.”. Matrix Biology : Journal Of The International Society For Matrix Biology, pp. 38-56.
Washington
Robinson-Cohen, C., et al. “Genetic Variants Associated With Circulating Parathyroid Hormone.”. Journal Of The American Society Of Nephrology : Jasn, pp. 1553-1565.
UCSD-UCLA
Young-Hyman, D., et al. “Erratum. Psychosocial Care For People With Diabetes: A Position Statement Of The American Diabetes Association. Diabetes Care 2016;39:2126-2140.”. Diabetes Care, p. 287.
Einstein
Hawkins, J., et al. “An Exploratory Study Of The Impact Of Gender On Health Behavior Among African American And Latino Men With Type 2 Diabetes.”. American Journal Of Men's Health, pp. 344-356.
Michigan
Michels, A. W., et al. “Islet-Derived Cd4 T Cells Targeting Proinsulin In Human Autoimmune Diabetes.”. Diabetes, pp. 722-734.
Washington
Colorado
Chu, A. Y., et al. “Multiethnic Genome-Wide Meta-Analysis Of Ectopic Fat Depots Identifies Loci Associated With Adipocyte Development And Differentiation.”. Nature Genetics, pp. 125-130.
UCSD-UCLA
Wang, S. Y., et al. “Incidence And Risk Factors For Developing Diabetic Retinopathy Among Youths With Type 1 Or Type 2 Diabetes Throughout The United States.”. Ophthalmology, pp. 424-430.
Michigan