Doug Braymer, Ph.D.

LSU System Vice President of Academic Affairs Emeritus
Professor

Department/Laboratory:
Dietary Obesity Laboratory
Phone:
(225) 763-3006
 
Fax:
(225) 763-3030
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EDUCATION

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1960, Biochemistry

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Dr. Braymer collaborates with the Experimental Obesity Laboratory, studies of which include the mechanisms through which the pentapeptide enterostatin regulates dietary fat intake, and exploring the role dietary fat plays in the induction of leptin resistance and its role in the development of dietary obesity.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Park, M., L. Lin, S. Thomas, H.D. Braymer, P.M. Smith, D.H. Harrison, and D.A. York. The F1-ATPase beta-subunit is the putative enterostatin receptor. Peptides, 25:2127-2133, 2004. (PMID: 15572201)

White, C.L., H.D. Braymer, D.A. York, and G.A. Bray. Effect of a high or low ambient perinatal temperature on adult obesity in Osborne-Mendel and S5B/P1 rats. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 288:R1376-1384, 2005. (PMID: 15677528)

York, D.A., L. Lin, S.R. Thomas, H.D. Braymer, and M. Park. Procolipase gene expression in the rat brain: Source of endogenous enterostatin production in the brain. Brain Res, 1087(1):52-59, 2006. (PMID: 16624258)

Primeaux, S.D., C. Blackmon, M.J. Barnes, H.D. Braymer, and G.A. Bray. Central administration of the RFamide peptides, QRFP-26 and QRFP-43, increases high fat food intake in rats. Peptides, 29(11):1994-2000, 2008. (PMCID: PMC2610851)

Primeaux, S.D., M.J. Barnes, H.D. Braymer and G.A. Bray. Sensitivity to the satiating
effects of exendin4 is decreased in obesity-prone Osborne-Mendel rats compared to obesity-resistant S5B/P1 Rats. Int. J. Obes, 34(9):1427-33, 2010. (PMCID: PMC2910155)

Primeaux, S.D., H.D. Braymer and G.A. Bray. CD36 mRNA in the Gastrointestinal Tract Is Differentially Regulated by Dietary Fat Intake in Obesity-Prone and Obesity-Resistant Rats. Dig. Dis. Sci., 58(2):363-70, 2013. [Epub ahead of print 2012 Aug 23] (PMID: 22915197)

Primeaux, S.D., H.D. Braymer, G.A. Bray. High fat diet differentially regulates the expression of olfactory receptors in the duodenum of obesity-prone and obesity-resistant rats. Dig. Dis. Sci., 58(1):72-76, 2013. [Epub ahead of print 2012 Sept. 30] (PMID 23053893] ^ top