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Academic Article CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein beta deletion reduces adiposity, hepatic steatosis, and diabetes in Lepr(db/db) mice.
Academic Article Intrahepatic fat is increased in the neonatal offspring of obese women with gestational diabetes.
Concept Adiposity
Academic Article Testing the fuel-mediated hypothesis: maternal insulin resistance and glucose mediate the association between maternal and neonatal adiposity, the Healthy Start study.
Academic Article Nicotinamide Promotes Adipogenesis in Umbilical Cord-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Is Associated with Neonatal Adiposity: The Healthy Start BabyBUMP Project.
Academic Article Infant Adiposity is Independently Associated with a Maternal High Fat Diet but not Related to Niacin Intake: The Healthy Start Study.
Grant MECHANISMS FOR FETAL HEPATIC PROGRAMMING IN THE NON-HUMAN PRIMATE (NHP)
Grant Role of Macronutrient Diet Composition on Maternal and Infant Metabolic Outcomes
Academic Article Maternal obesity and increased neonatal adiposity correspond with altered infant mesenchymal stem cell metabolism.
Academic Article Altered gene expression and metabolism in fetal umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells correspond with differences in 5-month-old infant adiposity gain.
Academic Article Placental lipoprotein lipase activity is positively associated with newborn adiposity.
Academic Article Postprandial Triglycerides Predict Newborn Fat More Strongly than Glucose in Women with Obesity in Early Pregnancy.
Academic Article The gut microbiota in infants of obese mothers increases inflammation and susceptibility to NAFLD.
Grant Discerning the influence of maternal obesity, weight gain, and diet on the infant microbiota and programming of NAFLD

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