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Articles on Metabolism

Guo_eLife2014


Adipocyte ALK7 links nutrient overload to catecholamine resistance in obesity

Tingqing Guo, Patricia Marmol, Annalena Moliner, Marie Björnholm, Chao Zhang, Kevan M Shokat and Carlos F Ibanez (2013)
eLife 2014;3:e03245
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Wu_Diabetologia2013
Differential regulation of pancreatic islet insulin secretion and Smad proteins by activin ligands

Wu, H., Mezghenna, K., Marmol, P., Guo, T., Moliner, A., Yang, S.N, Berggren, P.O. and Ibanez, C.F. (2014)
Diabetologia, 57: 148–156.
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Neuroendocrine control of female reproductive function by the activin receptor ALK7
Sandoval-Guzman, T., Göngrich, C., Moliner, A., Guo, T., Wu, H., Broberger, C. and Ibanez, C.F. (2012)
FASEB Journal, 26:4966-4976
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Growth/Differentiation Factor 3 signals through ALK7 and regulates accumulation of adipose tissue and diet-induced obesity
Andersson, O., Korach-Andre, M., Reissmann, E., Ibanez, C.F. (corresp. author) and Bertolino, P. (2008)
Proc. Natl. Acad. USA, 105, 7252-7256
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Activin B receptor ALK7 is a negative regulator of pancreatic b-cell function
Bertolino, P., Nilsson, R., Reissmann, E., Andersson, O., Berggren, P.-O. and Ibanez, C.F. (2008)
Proc. Natl. Acad. USA, 105, 7246-7251
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