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Contribution of Impaired Myocardial Insulin Signaling to Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Oxidative Stress in the Heart Citations & References

  • Authors: Boudina, S; Bugger, H; Sena, S; O'Neill, BT; Zaha, VG; Ilkun, O; Wright, JJ; Mazumder, PK; Palfreyman, E; Tidwell, TJ; Theobald, H; Khalimonchuk, O; Wayment, B; Sheng, XM; Rodnick, KJ; Centini, R; Chen, D; Litwin, SE; Weimer, BE; Abel, ED
  • Journal: CIRCULATION
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Exercise-induced a-ketoglutaric acid stimulates muscle hypertrophy and fat loss through OXGR1-dependent adrenal activation. Citations & References

  • Authors: Yuan Y, Xu P, Jiang Q, Cai X, Wang T, Peng W, Sun J, Zhu C, Zhang C, Yue D, He Z, Yang J, Zeng Y, Du M, Zhang F, Ibrahimi L, Schaul S, Jiang Y, Wang J, Sun J, Wang Q, Liu L, Wang S, Wang L, Zhu X, Gao P, Xi Q, Yin C, Li F, Xu G, Zhang Y, Shu G
  • Journal: EMBO J
  • PubMed ID: 32104923
Catalog # 11860038

Induction of apoptosis in NK cells by monocyte-derived reactive oxygen metabolites. Citations & References

  • Authors: Hansson M, Asea A, Ersson U, Hermodsson S, Hellstrand K
  • Journal: J Immunol
  • PubMed ID: 8598491
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Aplidin synergizes with cytosine arabinoside: functional relevance of mitochondria in Aplidin-induced cytotoxicity. Citations & References

  • Authors: Humeniuk R, Menon LG, Mishra PJ, Saydam G, Longo-Sorbello GS, Elisseyeff Y, Lewis LD, Aracil M, Jimeno J, Bertino JR, Banerjee D
  • Journal: Leukemia
  • PubMed ID: 17713546

Growth characteristics of Bartonella henselae in a novel liquid medium: primary isolation, growth-phase-dependent phage induction, and metabolic studies. Citations & References

  • Authors: Chenoweth MR, Somerville GA, Krause DC, O'Reilly KL, Gherardini FC
  • Journal: Appl Environ Microbiol
  • PubMed ID: 14766538
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Transcriptional evidence for inferred pattern of pollen tube-stigma metabolic coupling during pollination. Citations & References

  • Authors: Yue X, Gao XQ, Wang F, Dong Y, Li X, Zhang XS
  • Journal: PLoS One
  • PubMed ID: 25215523

Chronic suppression of Acetyl-CoA carboxylase 1 in β-cells impairs insulin secretion via inhibition of glucose rather than lipid metabolism Citations & References

  • Authors: Ronnebaum, SM; Joseph, JW; Ilkayeva, O; Burgess, SC; Lu, D; Becker, TC; Sherry, AD; Newgard, CB