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Jeffrey M. Friedman

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
molecular mechanisms that regulate food intake and body weight
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Parolari L, Schneeberger M, Heintz N, et al. (2021) Functional analysis of distinct populations of subthalamic nucleus neurons on Parkinson's disease and OCD-like behaviors in mice. Molecular Psychiatry
Ito K, Schneeberger M, Gerber A, et al. (2021) Critical roles of transcriptional coactivator MED1 in the formation and function of mouse adipose tissues. Genes & Development
Stern SA, Azevedo EP, Pomeranz LE, et al. (2021) Top-down control of conditioned overconsumption is mediated by insular cortex Nos1 neurons. Cell Metabolism
Assis AM, Friedman JM, Velloso LA. (2020) Gut-to-brain signals in feeding control. American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism
Azevedo EP, Tan B, Pomeranz LE, et al. (2020) A limbic circuit selectively links active escape to food suppression. Elife. 9
Tao P, Kuang Y, Li Y, et al. (2020) Selection of a Full Agonist Combinatorial Antibody that Rescues Leptin Deficiency In Vivo. Advanced Science (Weinheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany). 7: 2000818
Brier MI, Mundell JW, Yu X, et al. (2020) Uncovering a possible role of reactive oxygen species in magnetogenetics. Scientific Reports. 10: 13096
Wang P, Loh KH, Wu M, et al. (2020) A leptin-BDNF pathway regulating sympathetic innervation of adipose tissue. Nature
Hedbacker K, Lu YH, Dallner O, et al. (2020) Limitation of adipose tissue by the number of embryonic progenitor cells. Elife. 9
Azevedo EP, Tan B, Pomeranz LE, et al. (2020) Author response: A limbic circuit selectively links active escape to food suppression Elife
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