University of California Davis
University of Cincinnati Medical Center
University of Massachusetts Medical School
University of Michigan Medical School
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Protocols & Methods
Reagents & Resources
Tissues & Samples
Conditions of Use
Data Usage Policy
Energy Expenditure Analysis
CalR: Indirect Calorimetry Analysis
Guidelines & Policies
glucose, plasma (plasma glucose)
milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL)
Determination of the glucose concentration in plasma
Curation Flag Information
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OGTT OF C57BL/6 MICE GAVAGED WITH A021 (MJWDC0816)
Energy balance in Liver specific Men1 KO, HET, and WT's on HF Diet
Navitor Drug Trial Study 1
UCB Drug Trial Study 7 - Effects of Chronic Treatment of UCB on Metabolic Profiles and Glucose Tolerance in High-Fat Diet Fed C57BL/6 Mice
UCB Drug Trial Study 8 - Effects of Chronic Treatment of UCB on Metabolic Profiles and Glucose Tolerance in High-Fat Diet Fed C57BL/6 Mice
UCB Drug Trial Study 9
UCB Drug Trial Study 5 - Effects of Chronic Treatment of UCB on Metabolic Profiles & Glucose Tolerance
Lipid profile, glucose and insulin levels of Pacs-2 -/- on HFD 8wks / MGTUPSOM0115
Circulating lipids in LDLr KO mice
Roger J. Davis
Metabolic Study in HFD-Fed MLK2/3 DKO Mice (4 wks HFD)
Lipid profile of DIO C57Bl/6J treated w/ PD2244 / MPGP2D1215
Navitor Drug Trial Study 20 - Effects of NV-6536 and Rapamycin on Glucose Tolerance in High-Fat Diet Fed Male C57BL/6J Mice
UCB Drug Trial Study 6 - Effects of Chronic Treatment of UCB on Metabolic Profiles and Glucose Tolerance in High-Fat Diet Fed C57BL/6 Mice
Circulating hormone and metabolite measurments in conditional Rai1 KO mice
Circulating hormone and metabolite levels of wild mice caught in Florida and New York
Metabolic Hyperglycemic Clamp Study in HFD-fed Becn1 KI Mice
Metabolic measurements in wild mice
Lipid profiles in SNRK Global KO mice (MRRMCOW0513)
Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Glucose, Insulin, Leptin, Adiponectin determination in C57Bl6 mice
Folch liver lipid extraction TG/CHOL, glucose, insulin in B6 and CSS-18 mice
Yuling (Julia) Chi
Glucose, insulin, adiponectin determination in mouse plasma (MJAECM0911)
Energy expenditure in Cdc42GAP-/- vs. +/- vs. +/+ male mice
C. Wilson Xu
Energy expenditure in Usp22+/- vs. WT male and female mice
Glucose, adiponectin in mouse serum
Insulin, Glucose in C57BL6 female mice
Myeong Ho Jung
Drug Trial Study in db/db Mice
Metabolic and Analytical Study in HFD-fed Lyz-Acat1 KO Mice
Metabolic Study in UCB Mice 13197
Associated MP Terms
MP:0000188 - abnormal circulating glucose level
MP:0005559 - increased circulating glucose level
MP:0005560 - decreased circulating glucose level
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