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Welcome to the National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers

The MMPC is a National Institutes of Health-sponsored resource that provides experimental testing services to scientists studying diabetes, obesity, diabetic complications, and other metabolic diseases in mice.
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To begin the order process either search our catalog or click one of the test groups below. Please read the MMPC Guidelines and Policies before submitting an online Application for Services.
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Analytical Resources and Histology 


In order to streamline the order process, the MMPC’s have now adopted an electronic Conditions of Use statement
procedure to replace the Materials and Transfer Agreement paper process
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New Publications

HuR expression in adipose tissue mediates energy expenditure and acute thermogenesis independent of UCP1 expression.
Authors: Anthony SR, Guarnieri A, Lanzillotta L, Gozdiff A, Green LC, O'Grady K, Helsley RN, Owens Iii AP, Tranter M
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Increased canonical NF-kappaB signaling specifically in macrophages is sufficient to limit tumor progression in syngeneic murine models of ovarian cancer.
Authors: Hoover AA, Hufnagel DH, Harris W, Bullock K, Glass EB, Liu E, Barham W, Crispens MA, Khabele D, Giorgio TD, Wilson AJ, Yull FE
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Deferoxamine Treatment Prevents Post-Stroke Vasoregression and Neurovascular Unit Remodeling Leading to Improved Functional Outcomes in Type 2 Male Diabetic Rats: Role of Endothelial Ferroptosis.
Authors: Abdul Y, Li W, Ward R, Abdelsaid M, Hafez S, Dong G, Jamil S, Wolf V, Johnson MH, Fagan SC, Ergul A
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The paradoxical lean phenotype of hypothyroid mice is marked by increased adaptive thermogenesis in the skeletal muscle.
Authors: Kaspari RR, Reyna-Neyra A, Jung L, Torres-Manzo AP, Hirabara SM, Carrasco N
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Hepatic protein-tyrosine phosphatase 1B disruption and pharmacological inhibition attenuate ethanol-induced oxidative stress and ameliorate alcoholic liver disease in mice.
Authors: Hsu MF, Koike S, Mello A, Nagy LE, Haj FG
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