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Dec-2009Additive actions of the cannabinoid and neuropeptide Y systems on adiposity and lipid oxidationZhang, L; Lee, NJ; Nguyen, AD; Enriquez, RF; Riepler, SJ; Stehrer, B; Yulyaningsih, E; Lin, S; Shi, YC; Baldock, PA; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Aug-2012Adult-onset PYY overexpression in mice reduces food intake and increases lipogenic capacityShi, YC; Hämmerle, C; Lee, ICJ; Turner, N; Nguyen, AD; Riepler, SJ; Lin, S; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H; Zhang, L
Feb-2013Arcuate NPY Controls Sympathetic Output and BAT Function via a Relay of Tyrosine Hydroxylase Neurons in the PVNShi, YC; Lau, J; Lin, Z; Zhang, H; Zhai, L; Sperk, G; Heilbronn, R; Mietzsch, M; Weger, S; Huang, XF; Enriquez, RF; Baldock, PA; Zhang, L; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H; Lin, S
Dec-2009Critical Role of Arcuate Y4 Receptors and the Melanocortin System in Pancreatic Polypeptide-Induced Reduction in Food Intake in MiceLin, S; Shi, YC; Yulyaningsih, E; Aljianova, A; Zhang, L; Macia, L; Nguyen, AD; Lin, EJD; During, MJ; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Jun-2014Double deletion of orexigenic neuropeptide Y and dynorphin results in paradoxical obesity in miceNguyen, AD; Slack, K; Schwarzer, C; Lee, NJ; Boey, D; Macia, L; Yulyaningsih, E; Enriquez, RF; Zhang, L; Lin, S; Shi, YC; Baldock, PA; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Dec-2012The endogenous opioid dynorphin is required for normal bone homeostasis in miceBaldock, PA; Driessler, F; Lin, S; Wong, IPL; Shi, YC; Yulyaningsih, E; Castillo, L; Janmaat, S; Enriquez, RF; Zengin, A; Kieffer, B; Schwarzer, C; Eisman, J; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H
Jan-2016Intermittent Moderate Energy Restriction Improves Weight Loss Efficiency in Diet-Induced Obese MiceSeimon, RV; Shi, YC; Slack, K; Lee, K; Fernando, HA; Nguyen, AD; Zhang, L; Lin, S; Enriquez, RF; Lau, J; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Apr-2012Macrophage Inhibitory Cytokine 1 (MIC-1/GDF15) Decreases Food Intake, Body Weight and Improves Glucose Tolerance in Mice on Normal & Obesogenic DietsMacia, L; Tsai, VWW; Nguyen, AD; Johnen, H; Kuffner, T; Shi, YC; Lin, S; Herzog, H; Brown, DA; Breit, SN; Sainsbury, Amanda
Dec-2012Neuropeptide Y1 Receptor in Immune Cells Regulates Inflammation and Insulin Resistance Associated With Diet-Induced ObesityMacia, L; Yulyaningsih, E; Pangon, L; Nguyen, AD; Lin, S; Shi, YC; Zhang, L; Bijker, M; Grey, S; Mackay, F; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Mar-2012NPY modulates PYY function in the regulation of energy balance and glucose homeostasisZhang, L; Nguyen, AD; Lee, ICJ; Yulyaningsih, E; Riepler, SJ; Stehrer, B; Enriquez, RF; Lin, S; Shi, YC; Baldock, PA; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H
Jul-2012Peptide YY Regulates Bone Remodeling in Mice: A Link between Gut and Skeletal BiologyWong, IPL; Driessler, F; Khor, EC; Shi, YC; Hormer, B; Nguyen, AD; Enriquez, RF; Eisman, JA; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H; Baldock, PA
Dec-2013PYY3-36 and pancreatic polypeptide reduce food intake in an additive manner via distinct hypothalamic dependent pathways in miceShi, YC; Lin, Z; Lau, J; Zhang, H; Sainsbury, Amanda; Herzog, H; Lin, S
Jun-2012Y1 and Y5 Receptors Are Both Required for the Regulation of Food Intake and Energy Homeostasis in MiceNguyen, AD; Mitchell, NF; Lin, S; Macia, L; Yulyaningsih, E; Baldock, PA; Enriquez, RF; Zhang, L; Shi, YC; Zolotukhin, S; Herzog, H; Sainsbury, Amanda
Jun-2010Y4 receptors and pancreatic polypeptide regulate food intake via hypothalamic orexin and brain-derived neurotropic factor dependent pathwaysSainsbury, Amanda; Shi, YC; Zhang, L; Aljanova, A; Lin, Z; Nguyen, AD; Herzog, H; Lin, S