Subject Areas on Research
- A novel leptin receptor isoform in rat.
- Ablation of the leptin receptor in myeloid cells impairs pulmonary clearance of Streptococcus pneumoniae and alveolar macrophage bactericidal function.
- Are C-reactive protein associated genetic variants associated with serum levels and retinal markers of microvascular pathology in Asian populations from Singapore?
- Association of LEP G2548A and LEPR Q223R polymorphisms with cancer susceptibility: evidence from a meta-analysis.
- Diet-induced obese mice retain endogenous leptin action.
- Direct antidiabetic effect of leptin through triglyceride depletion of tissues.
- Disruption of leptin signaling contributes to cardiac hypertrophy independently of body weight in mice.
- Effect of human body weight changes on circulating levels of peptide YY and peptide YY3-36.
- Extreme obesity due to impaired leptin signaling in mice does not cause knee osteoarthritis.
- Genetic variation in the leptin receptor gene and obesity in survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.
- Leptin and its receptor are overexpressed in brain tumors and correlate with the degree of malignancy.
- Leptin metabolically licenses T cells for activation to link nutrition and immunity.
- Leptin promotes the myofibroblastic phenotype in hepatic stellate cells by activating the hedgehog pathway.
- Leptin regulates proinflammatory immune responses.
- Loss of pericyte smoothened activity in mice with genetic deficiency of leptin.
- OB-Rb gene transfer to leptin-resistant islets reverses diabetogenic phenotype.
- Overexpression of leptin receptors in pancreatic islets of Zucker diabetic fatty rats restores GLUT-2, glucokinase, and glucose-stimulated insulin secretion.
- Peripheral metabolic actions of leptin.
- Protection against lipoapoptosis of beta cells through leptin-dependent maintenance of Bcl-2 expression.
- The Role of the Adipokine Leptin in Immune Cell Function in Health and Disease.
- The association of gastric leptin with oesophageal inflammation and metaplasia.
- Topical lineage-negative progenitor-cell therapy for diabetic wounds.
- beta-cell function in normal rats made chronically hyperleptinemic by adenovirus-leptin gene therapy.
Keywords of People
- Choi, Steven Sok, Associate Professor of Medicine, Medicine, Gastroenterology