Denis G. Baskin mostly deals with Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Insulin, Leptin and Hypothalamus. His study in Neuropeptide Y receptor, Leptin receptor, Energy homeostasis, Arcuate nucleus and Receptor are all subfields of Internal medicine. Endocrinology is a component of his Adipose tissue, Homeostasis, Insulin receptor, Central nervous system and Melanocortin studies.
His Insulin research includes elements of Diabetes mellitus and Hormone. His study focuses on the intersection of Leptin and fields such as Hindbrain with connections in the field of Satiety Response, Area postrema, Cholecystokinin and Forebrain. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neuropeptide and Oxytocin receptor.
Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Insulin, Hypothalamus and Leptin are his primary areas of study. Denis G. Baskin has included themes like Neuropeptide, Receptor and Neuropeptide Y receptor in his Endocrinology study. His Internal medicine research incorporates themes from Diabetes mellitus, In situ hybridization and Binding site.
His Insulin study incorporates themes from Hormone and Cerebrospinal fluid. His Hypothalamus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cerebral cortex, Olfactory bulb, Forebrain and Nucleus. His Leptin research incorporates elements of Adipose tissue and Melanocortin.
His primary scientific interests are in Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Leptin, Insulin and Hypothalamus. His study in Endocrinology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neuropeptide, Receptor and Cholecystokinin. His research on Internal medicine frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Signal transduction.
His Leptin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Adipose tissue, PI3K/AKT/mTOR pathway and Hindbrain. He has researched Insulin in several fields, including Diabetes mellitus, Protein kinase B and Phosphatidylinositol, Kinase. His study explores the link between Hypothalamus and topics such as Forebrain that cross with problems in Dorsal motor nucleus and Satiety Response.
Denis G. Baskin spends much of his time researching Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Insulin, Leptin and Energy homeostasis. In the subject of general Endocrinology, his work in Insulin receptor, Hypothalamus and Leptin receptor is often linked to Substantia nigra, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study in Neuroscience extends to Internal medicine with its themes.
The Insulin study combines topics in areas such as Adipose tissue, Central nervous system and Homeostasis. His research in Leptin intersects with topics in Oxytocin, Hindbrain and Solitary nucleus. His Energy homeostasis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Diabetes mellitus and Adipokine.
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Central nervous system control of food intake
Michael W. Schwartz;Stephen C. Woods;Daniel Porte;Randy J. Seeley.
Central nervous system control of food intake and body weight
G. J. Morton;D. E. Cummings;D. G. Baskin;G. S. Barsh.
Identification of targets of leptin action in rat hypothalamus
M W Schwartz;R J Seeley;L A Campfield;P Burn.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1996)
Obesity is associated with hypothalamic injury in rodents and humans
Joshua P. Thaler;Chun Xia Yi;Ellen A. Schur;Stephan J. Guyenet.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (2012)
Coexpression of Agrp and NPY in fasting-activated hypothalamic neurons
Tina M. Hahn;John F. Breininger;Denis G. Baskin;Michael W. Schwartz.
Nature Neuroscience (1998)
Specificity of Leptin Action on Elevated Blood Glucose Levels and Hypothalamic Neuropeptide Y Gene Expression in ob/ob Mice
Michael W. Schwartz;Denis G. Baskin;Thomas R. Bukowski;Joseph L. Kuijper.
Leptin Increases Hypothalamic Pro-opiomelanocortin mRNA Expression in the Rostral Arcuate Nucleus
Michael W Schwartz;Randy J Seeley;Stephen C Woods;David S Weigle.
Insulin in the brain: a hormonal regulator of energy balance.
Michael W. Schwartz;Dianne P. Figlewicz;Denis G. Baskin;Stephen C. Woods.
Endocrine Reviews (1992)
Decreasing hypothalamic insulin receptors causes hyperphagia and insulin resistance in rats
Silvana Obici;Zhaohui Feng;George Karkanias;Denis G. Baskin.
Nature Neuroscience (2002)
Inhibition of hypothalamic neuropeptide Y gene expression by insulin
Michael W. Schwartz;Alfred J. Sipols;Jonathan L. Marks;Gerard Sanacora.
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