Dengbao Yang
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Dietary fat, but not protein or carbohydrate, regulates energy intake and causes adiposity in mice
S Hu, LU Wang, D Yang, L Li, J Togo, Y Wu, Q Liu, B Li, M Li, G Wang, ...
Cell metabolism 28 (3), 415-431. e4, 2018
Effects of reproduction on immuno-suppression and oxidative damage, and hence support or otherwise for their roles as mechanisms underpinning life history trade-offs, are …
DB Yang, YC Xu, DH Wang, JR Speakman
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (22), 4242-4250, 2013
Oxidative stress in response to natural and experimentally elevated reproductive effort is tissue dependent
YC Xu, DB Yang, JR Speakman, DH Wang
Functional Ecology 28 (2), 402-410, 2014
Molecular determinants for the polarization of macrophage and osteoclast
D Yang, Y Wan
Seminars in immunopathology 41, 551-563, 2019
Limits to sustained energy intake. XIX. A test of the heat dissipation limitation hypothesis in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus)
DB Yang, L Li, LP Wang, QS Chi, C Hambly, DH Wang, JR Speakman
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (17), 3358-3368, 2013
No evidence for a trade-off between reproductive investment and immunity in a rodent
YC Xu, DB Yang, DH Wang
PLoS One 7 (5), e37182, 2012
Differential regulation of breast cancer bone metastasis by PARP1 and PARP2
H Zuo, D Yang, Q Yang, H Tang, YX Fu, Y Wan
Nature communications 11 (1), 1578, 2020
Fam20C regulates bone resorption and breast cancer bone metastasis through osteopontin and BMP4
H Zuo, D Yang, Y Wan
Cancer research 81 (20), 5242-5254, 2021
The carbohydrate-insulin model does not explain the impact of varying dietary macronutrients on the body weight and adiposity of mice
S Hu, L Wang, J Togo, D Yang, Y Xu, Y Wu, A Douglas, JR Speakman
Molecular metabolism 32, 27-43, 2020
Limits to sustained energy intake XXV: milk energy output and thermogenesis in Swiss mice lactating at thermoneutrality
ZJ Zhao, L Li, DB Yang, QS Chi, C Hambly, JR Speakman
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 31626, 2016
Milk lipid regulation at the maternal-offspring interface
D Yang, HD Huynh, Y Wan
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 81, 141-148, 2018
Motivation to eat—AgRP neurons and homeostatic need
D Yang, T Liu, KW Williams
Cell metabolism 22 (1), 62-63, 2015
High dietary protein and fat contents exacerbate hepatic senescence and SASP in mice
J Nehme, D Yang, A Altulea, M Varela‐Eirin, L Wang, S Hu, Y Wu, J Togo, ...
The FEBS Journal 290 (5), 1340-1347, 2023
Photoperiod induced obesity in the Brandt's vole (Lasiopodomys brandtii): a model of ‘healthy obesity’?
XY Liu, DB Yang, YC Xu, MOL Gronning, F Zhang, DH Wang, ...
Disease models & mechanisms 9 (11), 1357-1366, 2016
Partial removal of brown adipose tissue enhances humoral immunity in warm-acclimated Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus)
DB Yang, YC Xu, DH Wang
General and Comparative Endocrinology 175 (1), 144-152, 2012
Effects of dietary macronutrients and body composition on glucose homeostasis in mice
S Hu, J Togo, L Wang, Y Wu, D Yang, Y Xu, L Li, B Li, M Li, J Li, G Wang, ...
National science review 8 (1), nwaa177, 2021
Increased variation in body weight and food intake is related to increased dietary fat but not increased carbohydrate or protein in Mice
Y Wu, S Hu, D Yang, L Li, B Li, L Wang, M Li, G Wang, J Li, Y Xu, X Zhang, ...
Frontiers in Nutrition 9, 835536, 2022
Effects of dietary macronutrients on the hepatic transcriptome and serum metabolome in mice
Y Wu, CL Green, G Wang, D Yang, L Li, B Li, L Wang, M Li, J Li, Y Xu, ...
Aging Cell 21 (4), e13585, 2022
NR supplementation during lactation: benefiting mother and child
D Yang, Y Wan
Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism 30 (4), 225-227, 2019
Maternal High Fat Diet in Lactation Impacts Hypothalamic Neurogenesis and Neurotrophic Development, Leading to Later Life Susceptibility to Obesity in Male but Not Female Mice
Y Xu, D Yang, L Wang, E Król, M Mazidi, L Li, Y Huang, C Niu, X Liu, ...
Advanced Science 10 (35), 2305472, 2023
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