Welcome to the National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers

The MMPC is a National Institutes of Health-sponsored resource that provides experimental testing services to scientists studying diabetes, obesity, diabetic complications, and other metabolic diseases in mice.


Available Funding Programs:
MMPC Centers

Augusta University
Coordinating and Bioinformatics unit
DIRECTOR: Richard McIndoe, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant: DK076169

University of California Davis
DIRECTOR: K.C. Kent Lloyd, DVM, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant #: DK092993

University of Cincinnati Medical Center
DIRECTOR: Patrick Tso, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant #: DK059630

University of Massachusetts Medical School
DIRECTOR: Jason Kim, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant #: DK093000

University of Michigan Medical School
DIRECTOR: Malcolm Low, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant #: DK110768

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
DIRECTOR: David Wasserman, Ph.D.
EMAIL: DIRECTOR | GENERAL CONTACT
NIDDK Grant #: DK059637

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Metabolism Cardiovascular GI
Endocrine Energy Analytical Resources and Histology
To begin the order process please click one of the test groups above. Please read the MMPC Guidelines and Policies before submitting an online Application for Services.

NEW – In order to streamline the order process, the MMPC’s have now adopted an electronic Conditions of Use statement procedure to replace the Materials and Transfer Agreement paper process




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2017 Glucose Clamping the Conscious Mouse: A Laboratory Course

Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center - Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
September 11-15, 2017

New Publications

Deletion of ghrelin prevents aging-associated obesity and muscle dysfunction without affecting longevity.
Authors: Guillory B, Chen JA, Patel S, Luo J, Splenser A, Mody A, Ding M, Baghaie S, Anderson B, Iankova B, Halder T, Hernandez Y, Garcia JM

Nrg4 promotes fuel oxidation and a healthy adipokine profile to ameliorate diet-induced metabolic disorders.
Authors: Chen Z, Wang GX, Ma SL, Jung DY, Ha H, Altamimi T, Zhao XY, Guo L, Zhang P, Hu CR, Cheng JX, Lopaschuk GD, Kim JK, Lin JD

Adipocyte lipid synthesis coupled to neuronal control of thermogenic programming.
Authors: Guilherme A, Pedersen DJ, Henchey E, Henriques FS, Danai LV, Shen Y, Yenilmez B, Jung D, Kim JK, Lodhi IJ, Semenkovich CF, Czech MP

Loss of sirtuin 4 leads to elevated glucose- and leucine-stimulated insulin levels and accelerated age-induced insulin resistance in multiple murine genetic backgrounds.
Authors: Huynh FK, Hu X, Lin Z, Johnson JD, Hirschey MD

Podocyte-specific soluble epoxide hydrolase deficiency in mice attenuates acute kidney injury.
Authors: Bettaieb A, Koike S, Chahed S, Zhao Y, Bachaalany S, Hashoush N, Graham J, Fatima H, Havel PJ, Gruzdev A, Zeldin DC, Hammock BD, Haj FG

Video Publications

Hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic Clamps in Conscious, Unrestrained Mice

Authors: Julio E. Ayala, Deanna P. Bracy, Carlo Malabanan, Freyja D. James, Tasneem Ansari, Patrick T. Fueger, Owen P. McGuinness, David H. Wasserman
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