Edward W. Kraegen regularly ties together related areas like White adipose tissue in his Endocrinology studies. As part of his studies on Internal medicine, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Receptor. Receptor connects with themes related to Internal medicine in his study. His Insulin study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Pancreatic hormone. In most of his Pancreatic hormone studies, his work intersects topics such as Glucose clamp technique. He merges Insulin resistance with White adipose tissue in his study. His Biochemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Mitochondrion. Glucose uptake connects with themes related to GLUT4 in his study. His research on GLUT4 frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Glucose uptake.
His Glycogen investigation overlaps with other areas such as Glucose uptake and Glycogen synthase. In his articles, Edward W. Kraegen combines various disciplines, including Glycogen synthase and Glycogen. His Internal medicine study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Receptor. His work on Receptor is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Internal medicine. His study brings together the fields of Glucose uptake and Endocrinology. His work often combines Insulin and Basal (medicine) studies. His study deals with a combination of Biochemistry and Metabolism. Edward W. Kraegen merges Metabolism with Biochemistry in his study. Skeletal muscle is frequently linked to Endocrinology in his study.
Glycogen overlaps with fields such as Glucose uptake and Glycogen synthase in his research. Edward W. Kraegen performs integrative study on Glucose uptake and Glycogen in his works. His study connects Insulin and Glycogen synthase. His studies link Adiponectin with Insulin. He regularly links together related areas like Receptor in his Internal medicine studies. His Receptor study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Internal medicine. Endocrinology is closely attributed to Carbohydrate metabolism in his work. Edward W. Kraegen integrates Carbohydrate metabolism with Insulin resistance in his research. Edward W. Kraegen conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Biochemistry and Metabolism.
Edward W. Kraegen regularly links together related areas like Energy expenditure in his Internal medicine studies. His study on Energy expenditure is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Internal medicine. Endocrinology is often connected to Skeletal muscle in his work. His Skeletal muscle study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Endocrinology. He incorporates Insulin resistance and Adipose tissue in his research. He incorporates Adipose tissue and Diabetes mellitus in his studies. He performs multidisciplinary study on Diabetes mellitus and Carbohydrate metabolism in his works. Edward W. Kraegen integrates Carbohydrate metabolism with Insulin resistance in his study. His Insulin study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Glucose uptake.
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Mechanism by Which Fatty Acids Inhibit Insulin Activation of Insulin Receptor Substrate-1 (IRS-1)-associated Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Activity in Muscle *
Chunli Yu;Yan Chen;Gary W. Cline;Dongyan Zhang.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Free fatty acid-induced insulin resistance is associated with activation of protein kinase C theta and alterations in the insulin signaling cascade.
Margaret E. Griffin;Melissa J. Marcucci;Gary W. Cline;Kim Bell.
Influence of dietary fat composition on development of insulin resistance in rats. Relationship to muscle triglyceride and omega-3 fatty acids in muscle phospholipid.
Leonard H Storlien;Arthur B Jenkins;Donald J Chisholm;Wendy S Pascoe.
Berberine, a Natural Plant Product, Activates AMP-Activated Protein Kinase With Beneficial Metabolic Effects in Diabetic and Insulin-Resistant States
Yun Sok Lee;Woo S Kim;Kang H Kim;Myung J Yoon.
Fish oil prevents insulin resistance induced by high-fat feeding in rats
Leonard H. Storlien;Edward W. Kraegen;Donald J. Chisholm;Glenn L. Ford.
Development of muscle insulin resistance after liver insulin resistance in high-fat-fed rats.
Edward W Kraegen;Peter W Clark;Arthur B Jenkins;Eugene A Daley.
Fat feeding causes widespread in vivo insulin resistance, decreased energy expenditure, and obesity in rats
L. H. Storlien;D. E. James;K. M. Burleigh;D. J. Chisholm.
American Journal of Physiology-endocrinology and Metabolism (1986)
Berberine and Its More Biologically Available Derivative, Dihydroberberine, Inhibit Mitochondrial Respiratory Complex I: A Mechanism for the Action of Berberine to Activate AMP-Activated Protein Kinase and Improve Insulin Action
Nigel Turner;Jing Ya Li;Alison Gosby;Sabrina W.C. To.
Lipocalin-2 Is an Inflammatory Marker Closely Associated with Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Hyperglycemia in Humans
Yu Wang;Karen S. L. Lam;Edward W. Kraegen;Gary Sweeney.
Clinical Chemistry (2007)
Mechanisms of Liver and Muscle Insulin Resistance Induced by Chronic High-Fat Feeding
Nicholas D Oakes;Gregory J Cooney;Souad Camilleri;Donald J Chisholm.
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