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Randy J. Seeley

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University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, United States 
Area:
obesity
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Gutierrez-Aguilar R, Grayson BE, Kim DH, et al. (2021) CNS GNPDA2 Does Not Control Appetite, but Regulates Glucose Homeostasis. Frontiers in Nutrition. 8: 787470
Lee HJ, Shi H, Brönneke HS, et al. (2021) Vascular reactivity contributes to adipose tissue remodeling in obesity. The Journal of Endocrinology
Bozadjieva-Kramer N, Shin JH, Shao Y, et al. (2021) Intestinal-derived FGF15 protects against deleterious effects of vertical sleeve gastrectomy in mice. Nature Communications. 12: 4768
Ratner C, Shin JH, Dwibedi C, et al. (2021) Anorexia and fat aversion induced by vertical sleeve gastrectomy is attenuated in neurotensin receptor 1 deficient mice. Endocrinology
Chan CC, Harley ITW, Pfluger PT, et al. (2021) A BAFF/APRIL axis regulates obesogenic diet-driven weight gain. Nature Communications. 12: 2911
Overstreet AC, Grayson BE, Boger A, et al. (2021) Gastrokine-1, an anti-amyloidogenic protein secreted by the stomach, regulates diet-induced obesity. Scientific Reports. 11: 9477
Bozadjieva Kramer N, Evers SS, Shin JH, et al. (2020) The Role of Elevated Branched-Chain Amino Acids in the Effects of Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy to Reduce Weight and Improve Glucose Regulation. Cell Reports. 33: 108239
Myronovych A, Bhattacharjee J, Salazar-Gonzalez RM, et al. (2020) Assessment of the role of FGF15 in mediating the metabolic outcomes of murine Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (VSG). American Journal of Physiology. Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology
Gimeno RE, Briere DA, Seeley RJ. (2020) Leveraging the Gut to Treat Metabolic Disease. Cell Metabolism. 31: 679-698
Cheng W, Ndoka E, Hutch CR, et al. (2020) Leptin receptor-expressing Nucleus Tractus Solitarius neurons suppress food intake independently of GLP1 in mice. Jci Insight
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