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Jul-2006Combined Deletion of Y1, Y2, and Y4 Receptors Prevents Hypothalamic Neuropeptide Y Overexpression-Induced Hyperinsulinemia despite Persistence of Hyperphagia and ObesityLin, E-JD; Sainsbury, Amanda; Lee, NJ; Boey, D; Couzens, M; Enriquez, R; Slack, K; Bland, R; During, MJ; Herzog, H
Feb-2005Compensatory changes in [125I]-PYY binding in Y receptor knockout mice suggest the potential existence of further Y receptor(s)Lin, S; Boey, D; Couzens, M; Lee, N; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H
Jul-2007Dynorphin knockout reduces fat mass and increases weight loss during fasting in miceSainsbury, Amanda; Lin, S; McNamara, K; Slack, K; Enriquez, R; Lee, N; Boey, D; Smythe, G; Schwarzer, C; Baldock, P; Karl, T; Lin, EJ; Couzens, M; Herzog, H
May-2005Hypothalamic Control of Bone Formation: Distinct Actions of Leptin and Y2 Receptor PathwaysBaldock, PA; Sainsbury, Amanda; Allison, S; Lin, EJD; Couzens, M; Boey, D; Enriquez, R; During, M; Herzog, H; Gardiner, EM
Apr-2002Hypothalamic Y2 receptors regulate bone formationBaldock, PA; Sainsbury, Amanda; Couzens, M; Enriquez, RF; Thomas, GP; Gardiner, EM; Herzog, H
Jun-2002Important role of hypothalamic Y2 receptors in body weight regulation revealed in conditional knockout miceSainsbury, Amanda; Schwarzer, C; Couzens, M; Fetissov, S; Furtinger, S; Jenkins, A; Cox, HM; Sperk, G; Hökfelt, T; Herzog, H
Apr-2006Peptide YY ablation in mice leads to the development of hyperinsulinaemia and obesityBoey, D; Lin, S; Karl, T; Baldock, P; Lee, N; Enriquez, R; Couzens, M; Slack, K; Dallmann, R; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H
Feb-2008PYY transgenic mice are protected against diet-induced and genetic obesityBoey, D; Lin, S; Enriquez, RF; Lee, NJ; Slack, K; Couzens, M; Baldock, PA; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Aug-2003Synergistic effects of Y2 and Y4 receptors on adiposity and bone mass revealed in double knockout miceSainsbury, Amanda; Baldock, PA; Schwarzer, CJ; Ueno, N; Enriquez, RF; Couzens, M; Inui, A; Herzog, H; Gardiner, EM
Aug-2004Y1 receptors regulate aggressive behaviour by modulating serotonin pathwaysKarl, T; Lin, S; Schwarzer, C; Sainsbury, Amanda; Couzens, M; Wittman, W; Boey, D; Von Horsten, S; Herzog, H
Dec-2002Y2 receptor deletion attenuates the type 2 diabetic syndrome of ob/ob mice.Sainsbury, Amanda; Schwarzer, C; Couzens, M; Herzog, H
Jan-2006Y2Y4 Receptor Double Knockout Protects Against Obesity Due to a High-Fat Diet or Y1 Receptor Deficiency in MiceSainsbury, Amanda; Bergen, HT; Boey, D; Bamming, D; Cooney, GJ; Lin, S; Couzens, M; Stroth, N; Lee, NJ; Lindner, D; Singewald, N; Karl, T; Duffy, L; Enriquez, R; Slack, K; Sperk, G; Herzog, H
May-2002Y4 receptor knockout rescues fertility in ob/ob miceSainsbury, Amanda; Schwarzer, C; Couzens, M; Jenkins, A; Oakes, SR; Ormandy, CJ