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Circulating cholesterol and HDL-C levels in CD82 KO mice
Circulating corticosterone levels in Klf15 KO mice
Circulating corticosterone levels in Klf15 KO mice Part 2
Circulating corticosterone levels in Klf15 KO mice treated with AAV8-CBG virus Part 2
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice Part 2
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice Part 3
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice treated with AAV8-CBG virus
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice treated with AAV8-CBG virus Part 2
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice treated with LPS
Circulating corticosterone levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice treated with LPS Part 2
Circulating glucose and insulin levels in 5'SL mice fed high fat and sugar diet
Muhammed Burak Bener
Circulating leptin and ghrelin levels in MFN1 KO mice
Muhammed Burak Bener
Circulating leptin levels in MFN1 KO mice
Circulating lipid and liver lipid levels in Zfp407 KO mice
Circulating lipid levels in Atp7b KO mice fed high fat diet
Circulating lipid levels in liver specific Klf15 KO mice in the fasted and non-fasted state
Circulating lipid levels levels in Myc KO mice fed high cholesterol diet
Muhammed Burak Bener
Circulating TG levels in MFN1 KO mice
Effect of Heph (hephaestin) ablation on energy expenditure and body composition
Effect of Heph (hephaestin) ablation on meal patterns
Effect of Mecp2-e1 knockout (model of Rett syndrome) on energy expenditure and meal patterns in male and female mice
Effects of Ryanadine receptor hemizygosity on energy expenditure with running wheel
Endothelial-specific Het of ALK1 in a global LDLR-KO background
Energy Balance and Max Test #18459 9/29/14
Richard B Weinberg
Energy Balance Order #2188 2/16/11
Energy expenditure in WT and RyR1 R163C mice during acute heat stress
Eperiment for Order #1773
Examine effect of Ryr1 mutation on energy expenditure in temperature-challenged male and female mice (2nd cohorts)
Examine effect of Ryr1 mutation on energy expenditure in temperature-challenged male mice (male cohort1)
Experiment for Order #1648
Experiment for Order #1761
Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemic clamp order # 20704 2015
Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemic Clamp Order #1822 1/10/10
In vivo metabolism - In vivo metabolism - Y4001 PXN1754, Y4057 PXN1754
In vivo metabolism - Y4001 PXN1750
in vivo metabolism - Y4001 PXN1752
Influence of single meal on energy expenditure and substrate oxidation in PKD mice.
Intestinal lipid levels in Atp7b KO mice fed high fat diet
Lipoprotein profiles of sPTEN mice fed HFD and treated with AAV-PCSK9
Liver lipid levels in Atp7b KO mice fed high fat diet
Liver lipid levels levels in Myc KO mice fed high cholesterol diet
Measurement of energy expenditure at different temperatures in WT and RyR1-R163C heterozygotes (thermoneutral zone testing)
Measurement of standard energy expenditure at 22C in Control and RyR1-R163C Heterozygotes
Measurement of standard energy expenditure at 22C in Control and RyR1-R163C Heterozygotes (female cohorts 2 &3, male cohort2)
Measurement of standard energy expenditure at 22C in Control and RyR1-R163C Heterozygotes (MALES-cohort1)
Metabolic measurments in Tg(AP2-SREBF1c) mice treated with metformin and/or niclosamide
Role of macrophage TGFb1 in development of fibrosis after renal ischemia/reperfusion injury
Sable Energy Balance and Max Test 12/29/14 #18483
Serum lipid profile of mice fed on high fat diet
Tail Cuff Blood Pressure Order #1847 2/11/10
Tail Cuff Blood Pressure Order #570 2/11/05
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