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Role of FoxO proteins in regulating gene expression and glucose and lipid metabolism in the liver.
Lipoprotein fractionation of caveolin 1 intestinal KO on LFD and HFD / MSFCI0615
Circulating lipid levels of germ-free mice fed HFD and treated with CLOSPO_02757 KO Clostridium sporogenes
Lipoprotein profiles of sPTEN mice fed HFD and treated with AAV-PCSK9
Lipoprotein fractionation and CHOL of C57BL/6 mouse serum on lithogenic diet (MTLKUMC1016)
Circulating lipids in LDLr KO mice
C57BL/6J mice on HFD treated w/ STZ / MEFUOM1115
Circulating HDL-C and LDL-C levels in NCoR mice
Circulating lipid levels in Atf3 KO mice fed high fat diet
Lipoprotein profiles of Nrf1LKO on Western Diet (D12109) / MGSHHSOPH1014(2)
Effect of PI3K inhibitor PX866 and over-expression of sortilin 1 on plasma lipoprotein profiles in WT / MTLKUMC0914B
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice
Circulating lipid levels of B6 mice treated with niclosamide, cholestyramine, and metformin
Sucrose Freezing Medium Validation / MEFUOM0215
Circulating hormone and metabolite measurments in conditional Rai1 KO mice
Circulating lipid measurements in B6 mice fed high fat diet and treated with niclosamide
Circulating hormone and metabolite levels of wild mice caught in Florida and New York
Circulating lipid levels in Ldlr KO mice fed high fat diet
Lipid/Lipoprotein profiles of 12wk ApoE KO males on western diet
Lipid/Lipoprotein profiles on 18wk ApoE KO males on western diet
Metabolic measurements in HFD fed B6 mice treated with niclosamide and metformin
The role of AEG-1 in regulating fat metabolism and steatosis
Lipoprotein profile of Nus1 liver-specific KO mice on western diet
Roger J. Davis
Lipoprotein fractionation of B6;Adipocyte Cre+JNK1f/fJNK2f/f mice on normal vs. high fat diet (MRDUMASS0316)
Circulating lipid levels in ApoE KO mice treated with niclosamide
Circulating lipid levels in ApoE KO mice treated with niclosamide pt2
Metabolic measurements in Lipa KO mice treated with niclosamide
Circulating metabolic and inflammatory marker levels in B6 mice fed ketogenic diet
Metabolic measurements in ApoE KO mice treated with metformin and niclosamide pt2
Metabolic measurements in wild mice
Circulating lipid levels in liver specific KLF15 KO mice in the fasted and non-fasted state
FPLC of ApoE-/- on D12492 / MFYAE0315
Lipoprotein fractionation of C57BL/6J fed LFD,HFD,both / MEFUOM0215
Lipoprotein fractionation of C57Bl6 mice on HFD with STZ tx (MEFUM0316)
Lipoprotein fractionation and lipid profiles of double KO (LDLR-/-Apobec1-/-) mice on chow diet (MKJUTMB1014)
Roger J. Davis
Lipoprotein fractionation of B6;Lyz2 Cre+ vs. B6;Lyz Cre+ IL6f/f mice on ND vs. HFD (MRDUMASS0616)
lipid profiles of Rr knockout mice
lipoprotein profiles of Rr knockout mice
Lipoprotein profiles in mice with compromised chromatin remodeling complex
FPLC of ApoE-/- on WD (D12079Bi) / MGHHSPH0615
Lipoprotein Profiles of ATG5KO, Nrf2KO and Nrf2DKO mice
Lipoprotein fractionation of ApoE,Eif2ak2 DKO on WD / MGHHSPH0815
Circulating insulin, lipid, ALT, and AST levels in B6 mice fed high fat diet and treated with niclosamide
Analytical Study in Intestinal Txnip KO mice
Lipid Profile on Sarm1-/- animals (MEFUMICH0318b)
Circulating hormone and lipid levels in Id2 KO mice pt2
Associated MP Terms
MP:0000184 - abnormal circulating HDL cholesterol level
MP:0000186 - decreased circulating HDL cholesterol level
MP:0001556 - increased circulating HDL cholesterol level
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