April 2024 Publications

April 30, 2024 · Baton Rouge, LA

The following are recent publications by the researchers at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center:

April 1, 2024

Pregnane X receptor knockout mitigates weight gain and hepatic metabolic dysregulation in female C57BL/6 J mice on a long-term high-fat diet.
Gebreyesus LH, Choi S, Neequaye P, Mahmoud M, Mahmoud M, Ofosu-Boateng M, Twum E, Nnamani DO, Wang L, Yadak N, Ghosh S, Gonzalez FJ, Gyamfi MA.
Biomed Pharmacother.

Comparative Effects of Randomized Second-line Therapy for Type 2 Diabetes on a Composite Outcome Incorporating Glycemic Control, Body Weight, and Hypoglycemia: An Analysis of the Glycemia Reduction Approaches in Diabetes: A Comparative Effectiveness Study (GRADE).
Kirkman MS, Tripputi M, Krause-Steinrauf H, Bebu I, AbouAssi H, Burch H, Duran-Valdez E, Florez H, Garvey WT, Hsia DS, Salam M, Pop-Busui R; GRADE Research Group.
Diabetes Care.

April 2, 2024

A multivariate multilevel approach to unravel the associations between individual and school factors on children's motor performance in the REACT project.
Maia J, Santos C, Pereira S, Hedeker D, Barreira TV, Garganta R, Farias C, Garbeloto F, Tani G, Cruz H, Chaput JP, Stodden DF, Katzmarzyk PT.
Am J Hum Biol

April 9, 2024 

Effects of Hormonal Contraception and the Menstrual Cycle on Fatigability and Recovery From an Anaerobic Exercise Test.  
Cabre HE, Ladan AN, Moore SR, Joniak KE, Blue MNM, Pietrosimone BG, Hackney AC, Smith-Ryan AE. 
J Strength Cond Res.  
New parents' sleep, movement, health, and well-being across the postpartum period.  
Kracht CL, Blanchard CM, Symons Downs D, Beauchamp MR, Rhodes RE. 
Behav Sleep Med. 

April 11, 2024 

Computed Tomography and Dual-Energy X-Ray Asorptiometry body composition parameter harmonisation to universalise adipose tissue measurements in a population-based cross-sectional study.  
Varney ET, Lirette S, Katzmarzyk PT, Greenway F, Howard CM. 
Clin Obes. 
Guidance on Energy and Macronutrients across the Life Span.  
Heymsfield SB, Shapses SA. 
N Engl J Med.

April 12, 2024 

NF1 mutation-driven neuronal hyperexcitability sets a threshold for tumorigenesis and therapeutic targeting of murine optic glioma.  
Anastasaki C, Chatterjee J, Koleske JP, Gao Y, Bozeman SL, Kernan CM, Marco Y Marquez LI, Chen JK, Kelly CE, Blair CJ, Dietzen DJ, Kesterson RA, Gutmann DH. 
Neuro Oncol. 

April 14, 2024 

Interindividual differences of dietary fat-inducible Mest in white adipose tissue of C57BL/6J mice are not heritable.  
Anunciado-Koza RVP, Yin H, Bilodeau CL, Cooke D, Ables GP, Ryzhov S, Koza RA
Obesity (Silver Spring).

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Joe Coussan, Media Relations Manager, joe.coussan@pbrc.edu, 225-763-3049 or Ernie Ballard, Senior Director of Communications & Marketing, ernie.ballard@pbrc.edu, 225-263-2677.

About the Pennington Biomedical Research Center

The Pennington Biomedical Research Center is at the forefront of medical discovery as it relates to understanding the triggers of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and dementia. The Center conducts basic, clinical, and population research, and is a campus of the LSU System. The research enterprise at Pennington Biomedical includes over 530 employees within a network of 44 clinics and research laboratories, and 13 highly specialized core service facilities. Its scientists and physician/scientists are supported by research trainees, lab technicians, nurses, dietitians, and other support personnel. Pennington Biomedical is a state-of-the-art research facility on a 222-acre campus in Baton Rouge. For more information, see www.pbrc.edu.

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