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Academic Article Increased secretion and expression of myostatin in skeletal muscle from extremely obese women.
Academic Article Mitochondrial H2O2 emission and cellular redox state link excess fat intake to insulin resistance in both rodents and humans.
Academic Article Skeletal muscle lipid oxidation and obesity: influence of weight loss and exercise.
Academic Article Increased adipose tissue lipolysis after a 2-week high-fat diet in sedentary overweight/obese men.
Academic Article A high-fat diet elicits differential responses in genes coordinating oxidative metabolism in skeletal muscle of lean and obese individuals.
Academic Article Mitochondrial lipid oxidation is impaired in cultured myotubes from obese humans.
Concept Obesity, Morbid
Concept Obesity
Academic Article Sirtuin 3: A major control point for obesity-related metabolic diseases?
Academic Article Skeletal muscle MnSOD, mitochondrial complex II, and SIRT3 enzyme activities are decreased in maternal obesity during human pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus.
Academic Article Gestational diabetes is characterized by reduced mitochondrial protein expression and altered calcium signaling proteins in skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Metabolomic analysis reveals altered skeletal muscle amino acid and fatty acid handling in obese humans.
Academic Article Mesenchymal Stem Cells From Infants Born to Obese Mothers Exhibit Greater Potential for Adipogenesis: The Healthy Start BabyBUMP Project.
Academic Article Metabolic Inflexibility with Obesity and the Effects of Fenofibrate on Skeletal Muscle Fatty Acid Oxidation.
Grant Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells and the Epigenetic Programming of Obesity
Grant Cellular Mechanisms for Insulin Resistance in Human Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Academic Article Maternal obesity and increased neonatal adiposity correspond with altered infant mesenchymal stem cell metabolism.
Academic Article Maternal obesity alters fatty acid oxidation, AMPK activity, and associated DNA methylation in mesenchymal stem cells from human infants.
Grant Epigenetic programming of infant mesenchymal stem cells: mechanisms for obesity and diabetes risk in humans
Grant The Early Life Exposome and Childhood Health - The Colorado Healthy Start 3 Cohort Study
Concept Obesity, Metabolically Benign
Concept Pediatric Obesity
Academic Article Maternal Fat-1 Transgene Protects Offspring from Excess Weight Gain, Oxidative Stress, and Reduced Fatty Acid Oxidation in Response to High-Fat Diet.
Grant Umbilical cord-derived stem cell metabolism: Understanding mechanisms for childhood obesity risk
Academic Article Maternal metabolic health drives mesenchymal stem cell metabolism and infant fat mass at birth.
Academic Article A role for the early pregnancy maternal milieu in the intergenerational transmission of obesity.
Academic Article Infant Mesenchymal Stem Cell Insulin Action Is Associated With Maternal Plasma Free Fatty Acids, Independent of Obesity Status: The Healthy Start Study.
Academic Article Fat content in infant mesenchymal stem cells prospectively associates with childhood adiposity and fasting glucose.
Academic Article Adipocyte hypertrophy in mesenchymal stem cells from infants of mothers with obesity.
Academic Article Cord blood DNA methylation of immune and lipid metabolism genes is associated with maternal triglycerides and child adiposity.
Academic Article Prenatal exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and early childhood adiposity and cardiometabolic health in the Healthy Start study.
Academic Article In Vitro Circadian Clock Gene Expression Assessments in Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Human Infants: A Pilot Study.

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