Steven A. Farber

Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC, United States 
lipid metabolism
"Steven Farber"
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Walsh MT, Celestin OM, Thierer JH, et al. (2019) Model systems to study assembly, trafficking and secretion of apoB-lipoproteins using fluorescent fusion proteins. Journal of Lipid Research
Thierer JH, Ekker SC, Farber SA. (2019) The LipoGlo reporter system for sensitive and specific monitoring of atherogenic lipoproteins. Nature Communications. 10: 3426
Otis JP, Shen MC, Caldwell BA, et al. (2019) Dietary cholesterol and apolipoprotein A-I are trafficked in endosomes and lysosomes in the live zebrafish intestine. American Journal of Physiology. Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology
Sæle Ø, Rød KEL, Quinlivan VH, et al. (2018) A novel system to quantify intestinal lipid digestion and transport. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
Quinlivan VH, Farber SA. (2017) Lipid Uptake, Metabolism, and Transport in the Larval Zebrafish. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 8: 319
Quinlivan VH, Wilson MH, Ruzicka J, et al. (2017) An HPLC-CAD/Fluorescence Lipidomics Platform Using Fluorescent Fatty Acids as Metabolic Tracers. Journal of Lipid Research
Otis JP, Shen MC, Quinlivan V, et al. (2017) 2Intestinal epithelial cell Caveolin 1 regulates fatty acid and lipoprotein cholesterol plasma levels. Disease Models & Mechanisms
Otis JP, Farber SA. (2016) High-fat Feeding Paradigm for Larval Zebrafish: Feeding, Live Imaging, and Quantification of Food Intake. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Zeituni EM, Wilson MH, Zheng X, et al. (2016) Endoplasmic reticulum lipid flux influences enterocyte nuclear morphology and lipid-dependent transcriptional responses. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Zeituni EM, Farber SA. (2016) Studying Lipid Metabolism and Transport During Zebrafish Development. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1451: 237-55
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