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CTRP3 Attenuates Diet-induced Hepatic Steatosis by Regulating Triglyceride Metabolism, Jonathan M. Peterson, Marcus M. Seldin, Zhikui Wei, Susan Aja, and G. William Wong
Divergent Relationship of Circulating CTRP3 Levels between Obesity and Gender: a Cross-sectional Study, Roy Marshall Wagner, Kamesh Sivagnanam, William Andrew Clark, and Jonathan M. Peterson
Effect of Obesity and Exercise on the Expression of the Novel Myokines, Myonectin and Fibronectin Type III Domain Containing 5, Jonathan M. Peterson, Ryan Mart, and Cherie E. Bond
Elevated DNA Oxidation and DNA Repair Enzyme Expression in Brain White Matter in Major Depressive Disorder, Attila Szebeni, Katalin Szebeni, Timothy P. DiPeri, Luke A. Johnson, Craig A. Stockmeier, Jessica D. Crawford, Michelle J. Chandley Health Sciences, Liza J. Hernandez, Katherine C. Burgess, Russell W. Brown, and Gregory A. Ordway
Identification of Putative Receptors for the Novel Adipokine CTRP3 Using Ligand-Receptor Capture Technology, Ying Li, Tammy Ozment, Gary L. Wright, and Jonathan M. Peterson
Anatomy and Physiology: A Guided Inquiry, Patrick J.P. Brown
Iron Uptake in Bacteria with Emphasis on E. coli and Pseudomonas, Ranjan Chakraborty
Addressing Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Treatment Delays: An Application of Group Model Building (GMB), Faustine Williams, Nancy Zoellner, Maisha Flannel, L. Noel, J. Habif, P. Hovmand, and Sarah Gehlert
CTRP3 Prevents ETOH- Induced Hepatocyte Apoptosis, Samantha Dunlay and Jonathan M. Peterson
CTRP3 Protects Liver Cells From Alcohol-Induced Damage, But Not Through Enhanced Akt Signaling Type, Matthew L. Lee and Jonathan M. Peterson
Ethanol Disrupts Metabolic Signaling in Liver Cells, Matthew L. Lee and Jonathan M. Peterson
Ethanol Feeding Reduces Circulating CTRP3 Levels, Christina Katelyn Fleming and Jonathan M. Peterson