His scientific interests lie mostly in Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Receptor, Ghrelin and Growth hormone secretagogue receptor. His is doing research in Somatostatin, Pituitary gland, Growth hormone secretagogue, GHRP-6 and Neuropeptide Y receptor, both of which are found in Internal medicine. His study in Hypothalamus, Leptin, Growth hormone secretion, Peptide hormone and Secretagogue falls under the purview of Endocrinology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Hormone and Nuclear receptor in addition to Receptor. His Ghrelin research integrates issues from Orexigenic, Dopamine receptor, Appetite and Energy homeostasis. Roy G. Smith has researched Growth hormone secretagogue receptor in several fields, including Molecular biology and Gene.
Roy G. Smith mainly focuses on Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Receptor, Ghrelin and Biochemistry. His Endocrinology study focuses mostly on Hormone, Growth hormone secretagogue receptor, Growth hormone secretagogue, Somatostatin and Secretagogue. The concepts of his Somatostatin study are interwoven with issues in Growth hormone–releasing hormone and Anterior pituitary.
Pituitary gland, Growth hormone secretion, Growth hormone, Hypothalamus and Somatotropic cell are the core of his Internal medicine study. Roy G. Smith has researched Receptor in several fields, including Signal transduction, Progesterone receptor and Pharmacology. His work carried out in the field of Ghrelin brings together such families of science as Orexigenic, Neuropeptide Y receptor, Dopamine and Leptin.
Roy G. Smith mainly investigates Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Ghrelin, Receptor and Growth hormone secretagogue receptor. He integrates Internal medicine with Cachexia in his research. Roy G. Smith conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Endocrinology and Cisplatin.
His research integrates issues of Orexigenic, Signal transduction, Leptin and Dopamine in his study of Ghrelin. His research in the fields of Secretagogue, Inverse agonist and Neuropeptide Y receptor overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. His Growth hormone secretagogue receptor research focuses on Appetite and how it connects with Thyrotropin-releasing hormone receptor, Growth-hormone-releasing hormone receptor and Melanocortin.
Roy G. Smith mostly deals with Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Ghrelin, Receptor and Growth hormone secretagogue receptor. Endocrinology connects with themes related to Orexigenic in his study. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Signal transduction and Internal medicine.
His Signal transduction study incorporates themes from Somatostatin receptor-5 and Somatostatin. His studies in Ghrelin integrate themes in fields like Thymic involution, Anorexia, Atrophy and Cell biology. Roy G. Smith combines subjects such as Stromal cell, Adipogenesis, Mesenchymal stem cell and Cell type with his study of Growth hormone secretagogue receptor.
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A Receptor in Pituitary and Hypothalamus That Functions in Growth Hormone Release
Andrew D. Howard;Scott D. Feighner;Doris F. Cully;Joseph P. Arena.
The Distribution and Mechanism of Action of Ghrelin in the CNS Demonstrates a Novel Hypothalamic Circuit Regulating Energy Homeostasis
Michael A Cowley;Roy G Smith;Sabrina Diano;Matthias Tschöp.
Distribution of mRNA encoding the growth hormone secretagogue receptor in brain and peripheral tissues.
Xiao-Ming Guan;Hong Yu;Oksana C. Palyha;Karen Kulju McKee.
Molecular Brain Research (1997)
Ghrelin stimulation of growth hormone release and appetite is mediated through the growth hormone secretagogue receptor
Yuxiang Sun;Pei Wang;Hui Zheng;Roy G. Smith.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Orexigenic action of peripheral ghrelin is mediated by neuropeptide Y and agouti-related protein.
H. Y. Chen;M. E. Trumbauer;A. S. Chen;D. T. Weingarth.
Peptidomimetic regulation of growth hormone secretion.
Roy G. Smith;Lex H. T. Van der Ploeg;Andrew D. Howard;Scott D. Feighner.
Endocrine Reviews (1997)
Deletion of ghrelin impairs neither growth nor appetite.
Yuxiang Sun;Saira Ahmed;Roy G. Smith.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2003)
Aromatase enzyme activity and sex determination in chickens
Alex Elbrecht;Roy G. Smith.
Discovery of a small molecule insulin mimetic with antidiabetic activity in mice.
Bei Zhang;Gino Salituro;Deborah Szalkowski;Zhihua Li.
Mutations in NR4A2 associated with familial Parkinson disease.
Wei-dong Le;Pingyi Xu;Joseph Jankovic;Hong Jiang.
Nature Genetics (2003)
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