Center Publications

2021
Wang, M. -Y., et al. “Glucagon Blockade Restores Functional Β-Cell Mass In Type 1 Diabetic Mice And Enhances Function Of Human Islets.”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America.
Vanderbilt
Stanford, S. M., et al. “The Low Molecular Weight Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase Promotes Adipogenesis And Subcutaneous Adipocyte Hypertrophy.”. Journal Of Cellular Physiology.
UCSD-UCLA
Luo, J., et al. “Bmi Trajectory And Subsequent Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes Among Middle-Aged Women.”. Nutrition, Metabolism, And Cardiovascular Diseases : Nmcd, pp. 1063-1070.
Indiana
Bahl, V., et al. “Genetic Activation Of Α-Cell Glucokinase In Mice Causes Enhanced Glucose-Suppression Of Glucagon Secretion During Normal And Diabetic States.”. Molecular Metabolism, p. 101193.
Penn
Shabtai, Y., et al. “A Coregulator Shift, Rather Than The Canonical Switch, Underlies Thyroid Hormone Action In The Liver.”. Genes & Development, pp. 367-378.
Penn
Rahbani, J. F., et al. “Creatine Kinase B Controls Futile Creatine Cycling In Thermogenic Fat.”. Nature, pp. 480-485.
Boston Area
Bautista, J. L., et al. “Single-Cell Transcriptional Profiling Of Human Thymic Stroma Uncovers Novel Cellular Heterogeneity In The Thymic Medulla.”. Nature Communications, p. 1096.
UCSF
Maguire, O. A., et al. “Creatine-Mediated Crosstalk Between Adipocytes And Cancer Cells Regulates Obesity-Driven Breast Cancer.”. Cell Metabolism, pp. 499-512.e6.
Chicago
Sabatini, P., et al. “Gfral-Expressing Neurons Suppress Food Intake Via Aversive Pathways.”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America.
Michigan
Kim, H., et al. “Regulation Of Hepatic Circadian Metabolism By The E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Hrd1-Controlled Crebh/pparα Transcriptional Program.”. Molecular Metabolism, p. 101192.
Michigan
Miranda, M. A., et al. “Pancreatic Β-Cell Heterogeneity In Health And Diabetes: Classes, Sources, And Subtypes.”. American Journal Of Physiology. Endocrinology And Metabolism, pp. E716-E731.
WUSTL
Bhatti, F. U. R., et al. “The Effects Of High Fat Diet, Bone Healing, And Bmp-2 Treatment On Endothelial Cell Growth And Function.”. Bone, p. 115883.
Indiana