Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where authors phrase all words ' Barsh, GS' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 81 riferimenti
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. McIntire, JJ; Umetsu, SE; Akbari, O; Potter, M; Kuchroo, VK; Barsh, GS; Freeman, GJ; Umetsu, DT; DeKruyff, RH
      Identification of Tapr (an airway hyperreactivity regulatory locus) and the linked Tim gene family

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    2. He, L; Gunn, TM; Bouley, DM; Lu, XY; Watson, SJ; Schlossman, SF; Duke-Cohan, JS; Barsh, GS
      A biochemical function for attractin in agouti-induced pigmentation and obesity

      NATURE GENETICS
    3. Sviderskaya, EV; Hill, SP; Balachandar, D; Barsh, GS; Bennett, DC
      Agouti signaling protein and other factors modulating differentiation and proliferation of immortal melanoblasts

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    4. Reizes, O; Lincecum, J; Wang, ZH; Goldberger, O; Huang, L; Kaksonen, M; Ahima, R; Hinkes, MT; Barsh, GS; Rauvala, H; Bernfield, M
      Transgenic expression of syndecan-1 uncovers a physiological control of feeding behavior by syndecan-3

      CELL
    5. Kuramoto, T; Kitada, K; Inui, T; Sasaki, Y; Ito, K; Hase, T; Kawagachi, S; Ogawa, Y; Nakao, K; Barsh, GS; Nagao, M; Ushijima, T; Serikawa, T
      Attractin/mahogany/zitter plays a critical role in myelination of the central nervous system

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Abdel-Malek, ZA; Scott, MC; Furumura, N; Lamoreux, ML; Ollmann, M; Barsh, GS; Hearing, VJ
      The melanocortin 1 receptor is the principal mediator of the effects of agouti signaling protein on mammalian melanocytes

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    7. Oosterom, J; Garner, KM; den Dekker, WK; Nijenhuiss, WAJ; Gispen, WH; Burbach, JPH; Barsh, GS; Adan, RAH
      Common requirements for melanocortin-4 receptor selectivity of structurally unrelated melanocortin agonist and endogenous antagonist, Agouti protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Gunn, TM; Inui, T; Kitada, K; Ito, S; Wakamatsu, K; He, L; Bouley, DM; Serikawa, T; Barsh, GS
      Molecular and phenotypic analysis of Attractin mutant mice

      GENETICS
    9. Samaraweera, P; Shen, B; Newton, JM; Barsh, GS; Orlow, SJ
      The mouse ocular albinism 1 gene product is an endolysosomal protein

      EXPERIMENTAL EYE RESEARCH
    10. Gunn, TM; Barsh, GS
      Mahogany/Attraction: Enroute from phenotype to function

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    11. Ring, BZ; Cordes, SP; Overbeek, PA; Barsh, GS
      Regulation of mouse lens fiber cell development and differentiation by theMaf gene

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Newton, JM; Wilkie, AL; He, L; Jordan, SA; Metallinos, DL; Holmes, NG; Jackson, IJ; Barsh, GS
      Melanocortin 1 receptor variation in the domestic dog

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    13. Barsh, GS; Farooqi, IS; O'Rahilly, S
      Genetics of body-weight regulation

      NATURE
    14. Tang, W; Gunn, TM; McLaughlin, DF; Barsh, GS; Schlossman, SF; Duke-Cohan, JS
      Secreted and membrane attractin result from alternative splicing of the human ATRN gene

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Wilson, BD; Ollmann, MM; Barsh, GS
      The role of agouti-related protein in regulating body weight (vol 5, pg 250, 1999)

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE TODAY
    16. Wilson, BD; Ollmann, MM; Barsh, GS
      The role of agouti-related protein in regulating body weight

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE TODAY
    17. Wang, JM; Wilhelmsson, H; Graff, C; Li, H; Oldfors, A; Rustin, P; Bruning, JC; Kahn, CR; Clayton, DA; Barsh, GS; Thoren, P; Larsson, NG
      Dilated cardiomyopathy and atrioventricular conduction blocks induced by heart-specific inactivation of mitochondrial DNA gene expression

      NATURE GENETICS
    18. Neilan, EG; Barsh, GS
      Gene trap insertional mutagenesis in mice: New vectors and germ Line mutations in two novel genes

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    19. Yang, YK; Thompson, DA; Dickinson, CJ; Wilken, J; Barsh, GS; Kent, SBH; Gantz, I
      Characterization of Agouti-related protein binding to melanocortin receptors

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Wang, PW; Eisenbart, JD; Cordes, SP; Barsh, GS; Stoffel, M; Le Beau, MM
      Human KRML (MAFB): cDNA cloning, genomic structure, and evaluation as a candidate tumor suppressor gene in myeloid leukemias

      GENOMICS
    21. Bagnol, D; Lu, XY; Kaelin, CB; Day, HEW; Ollmann, M; Gantz, I; Akil, H; Barsh, GS; Watson, SJ
      Anatomy of an endogenous antagonist: Relationship between Agouti-related protein and proopiomelanocortin in brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Ichiyama, T; Sakai, T; Catania, A; Barsh, GS; Furukawa, S; Lipton, JM
      Inhibition of peripheral NF-kappa B activation by central action of alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
    23. Gunn, TM; Miller, KA; He, L; Hyman, RV; Davis, RW; Azarani, A; Schlossman, SF; Duke-Cohan, JS; Barsh, GS
      The mouse mahogany locus encodes a transmembrane form of human attractin

      NATURE
    24. Ollmann, MM; Barsh, GS
      Down-regulation of melanocortin receptor signaling mediated by the amino terminus of Agouti protein in Xenopus melanophores

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Lu, XY; Gunn, TM; Shieh, KR; Barsh, GS; Akil, H; Watson, SJ
      Distribution of Mahogany/Attractin mRNA in the rat central nervous system

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Wilson, BD; Bagnol, D; Kaelin, CB; Ollmann, MM; Gantz, I; Watson, SJ; Barsh, GS
      Physiological and anatomical circuitry between Agouti-related protein and leptin signaling

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    27. Millar, SE; Willert, K; Salinas, PC; Roelink, H; Nusse, R; Sussman, DJ; Barsh, GS
      WNT signaling in the control of hair growth and structure

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Marsh, DJ; Miura, GI; Yagaloff, KA; Schwartz, MW; Barsh, GS; Palmiter, RD
      Effects of neuropeptide Y deficiency on hypothalamic agouti-related protein expression and responsiveness to melanocortin analogues

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Ichiyama, T; Sakai, T; Catania, A; Barsh, GS; Furukawa, S; Lipton, JM
      Systemically administered alpha-melanocyte-stimulating peptides inhibit NF-kappa B activation in experimental brain inflammation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. LARSSON NG; WANG JM; WILHELMSSON H; OLDFORS A; RUSTIN P; LEWANDOSKI M; BARSH GS; CLAYTON DA
      MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-A IS NECESSARY FOR MTDNA MAINTENANCE AND EMBRYOGENESIS IN MICE

      Nature genetics
    31. MOENS CB; CORDES SP; GIORGIANNI MW; BARSH GS; KIMMEL CB
      EQUIVALENCE IN THE GENETIC-CONTROL OF HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION IN FISH AND MOUSE

      Development
    32. OLLMANN MM; LAMOREUX ML; WILSON BD; BARSH GS
      INTERACTION OF AGOUTI PROTEIN WITH THE MELANOCORTIN 1 RECEPTOR IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Genes & development
    33. BLAIR HJ; UWECHUE IC; BARSH GS; ROWE PSN; BOYD Y
      AN INTEGRATED GENETIC AND MAN-MOUSE COMPARATIVE MAP OF THE DXHXS674-PDHA1 REGION OF THE MOUSE X-CHROMOSOME

      Genomics
    34. JONES JC; DEKRUYFF RH; POTTER M; BARSH GS; UMETSU DT
      MAPPING A GENE ON MURINE CHROMOSOME-11 ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH IL-4 RESPONSIVENESS

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    35. FURUMURA M; SAKAI C; POTTERF SB; VIEIRA WD; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GENES MODULATED DURING PHEOMELANOGENESIS USING DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. Elias, CF; Saper, CB; Maratos-Flier, E; Tritos, NA; Lee, C; Kelly, J; Tatro, JB; Hoffman, GE; Ollmann, MM; Barsh, GS; Sakurai, T; Yanagisawa, M; Elmquist, JK
      Chemically defined projections linking the mediobasal hypothalamus and thelateral hypothalamic area

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    37. FURUMURA M; SAKAI C; OLLMANN M; POTTERF SB; VIEIRA WD; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      MELANOCYTE GENES MODULATED DURING THE SWITCH TO PRODUCE PHEOMELANIN AS IDENTIFIED BY DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY

      Molecular biology of the cell
    38. LARSSON NG; OLDFORS A; GARMAN JD; BARSH GS; CLAYTON DA
      DOWN-REGULATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-A DURING SPERMATOGENESIS IN HUMANS

      Human molecular genetics
    39. LARSSON NG; BARSH GS; CLAYTON DA
      STRUCTURE AND CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF THE MOUSE MITOCHONDRIAL-TRANSCRIPTION-FACTOR-A GENE (TFAM)

      Mammalian genome
    40. FURUMURA M; SAKAI C; OLLMANN M; POTTERF SB; VIEIRA W; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      NOVEL GENES MODULATED DURING PHEOMELANOGENESIS IDENTIFIED BY DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY AND SUBTRACTIVE HYBRIDIZATION

      The FASEB journal
    41. YANG YK; OLLMANN MM; WILSON BD; DICKINSON C; YAMADA T; BARSH GS; GANTZ I
      EFFECTS OF RECOMBINANT AGOUTI-SIGNALING PROTEIN ON MELANOCORTIN ACTION

      Molecular endocrinology
    42. DESAI KH; SATO R; SCHAUBLE E; BARSH GS; KOBILKA BK; BERNSTEIN D
      CARDIOVASCULAR INDEXES IN THE MOUSE AT REST AND WITH EXERCISE - NEW TOOLS TO STUDY MODELS OF CARDIAC DISEASE

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    43. SAKAI C; OLLMANN M; KOBAYASHI T; ABDELMALEK Z; MULLER J; VIEIRA WD; IMOKAWA G; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      MODULATION OF MURINE MELANOCYTE FUNCTION IN-VITRO BY AGOUTI SIGNAL PROTEIN

      EMBO journal
    44. OLLMANN MM; WILSON BD; YANG YK; KERNS JA; CHEN YR; GANTZ I; BARSH GS
      ANTAGONISM OF CENTRAL MELANOCORTIN RECEPTORS IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO BY AGOUTI-RELATED PROTEIN

      Science
    45. MANZANARES M; CORDES S; KWAN CT; SHAM MH; BARSH GS; KRUMLAUF R
      SEGMENTAL REGULATION OF HOXB-3 BY KREISLER

      Nature
    46. HEIN L; STEVENS ME; BARSH GS; PRATT RE; KOBILKA BK; DZAU VJ
      OVEREXPRESSION OF ANGIOTENSIN AT(1) RECEPTOR TRANSGENE IN THE MOUSE MYOCARDIUM PRODUCES A LETHAL PHENOTYPE ASSOCIATED WITH MYOCYTE HYPERPLASIA AND HEART-BLOCK

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. SALLINEN J; LINK RE; HAAPALINNA A; VIITAMAA T; KULATUNGA M; SJOHOLM B; MACDONALD E; PELTOHUIKKO M; LEINO T; BARSH GS; KOBILKA BK; SCHEININ M
      GENETIC ALTERATION OF ALPHA(2C)-ADRENOCEPTOR EXPRESSION IN MICE - INFLUENCE ON LOCOMOTOR, HYPOTHERMIC, AND NEUROCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE, A SUBTYPE-NONSELECTIVE ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONIST

      Molecular pharmacology
    48. SUZUKI I; TADA A; OLLMANN MM; BARSH GS; IM S; LAMOREUX ML; HEARING VJ; NORDLUND JJ; ABDELMALEK ZA
      AGOUTI SIGNALING PROTEIN INHIBITS MELANOGENESIS AND THE RESPONSE OF HUMAN MELANOCYTES TO ALPHA-MELANOTROPIN

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    49. FURUMURA M; SAKAI C; OLLMANN M; POTTERF B; VIEIRA W; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL GENES MODULATED DURING PHEOMELANOGENESIS BY DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY AND SUBTRACTIVE HYBRIDIZATION

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    50. MILLER KA; GUNN TM; CARRASQUILLO MM; LAMOREUX ML; GALBRAITH DB; BARSH GS
      GENETIC-STUDIES OF THE MOUSE MUTATIONS MAHOGANY AND MAHOGANOID

      Genetics
    51. WILSON BD; OLLMANN MM; KERNS JA; YANG YK; GANTZ I; BARSH GS
      PROTEIN IS A NOVEL HYPOTHALAMIC HORMONE THAT REGULATES BODY-WEIGHT DOWNSTREAM OF LEPTIN

      American journal of human genetics
    52. LARSSON NG; GARMAN JD; OLDFORS A; BARSH GS; CLAYTON DA
      A SINGLE-MOUSE GENE ENCODES THE MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-A AND A TESTIS-SPECIFIC NUCLEAR HMG-BOX PROTEIN

      Nature genetics
    53. HSIAO WW; WOLFF GL; NORTH BM; OLLMANN MM; BARSH GS; FAN H
      DIFFERENTIAL SPONTANEOUS TRANSFORMATION IN-VITRO OF NEWLY ESTABLISHEDMOUSE FIBROBLAST LINES CARRYING OR LACKING THE VIABLE YELLOW MUTATION(A(VY)) OF THE MOUSE AGOUTI LOCUS

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    54. FURUMURA M; SAKAI C; ABDELMALEK Z; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      THE INTERACTION OF AGOUTI SIGNAL PROTEIN AND MELANOCYTE-STIMULATING HORMONE TO REGULATE MELANIN FORMATION IN MAMMALS

      Pigment cell research
    55. NEWTON JM; ORLOW SJ; BARSH GS
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MOUSE HOMOLOG OF THE X-LINKED OCULAR ALBINISM (OA1) GENE

      Genomics
    56. BARSH GS
      THE GENETICS OF PIGMENTATION - FROM FANCY GENES TO COMPLEX TRAITS

      Trends in genetics
    57. LINK RE; DESAI K; HEIN L; STEVENS ME; CHRUSCINSKI A; BERNSTEIN D; BARSH GS; KOBILKA BK
      CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION IN MICE LACKING ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPE-B AND SUBTYPE-C

      Science
    58. HEIN L; BARSH GS; PRATT RE; DZAU VJ; KOBILKA BK
      BEHAVIORAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF DISRUPTING THE ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-2 RECEPTOR GENE IN MICE (VOL 377, PG 744, 1995)

      Nature
    59. ROHRER DK; DESAI KH; JASPER JR; STEVENS ME; REGULA DP; BARSH GS; BERNSTEIN D; KOBILKA BK
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE MOUSE BETA-1-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR GENE - DEVELOPMENTAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. RUBIN EM; BARSH GS
      BIOLOGICAL INSIGHTS THROUGH GENOMICS - MOUSE TO MAN

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    61. RUBIN EM; BARSH GS
      BIOLOGICAL INSIGHTS THROUGH GENOMICS - MOUSE TO MAN

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    62. CHEN YR; DUHL DMJ; BARSH GS
      OPPOSITE ORIENTATIONS OF AN INVERTED DUPLICATION AND ALLELIC VARIATION AT THE MOUSE AGOUTI LOCUS

      Genetics
    63. SAKAI C; OLLMANN M; KOBAYASHI T; VIEIRA WD; MULLER J; BARSH GS; HEARING VJ
      MODULATION OF EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY OF MELANOSOMAL PROTEINS IN MURINE MELANOCYTES TREATED WITH ALPHA-MSH OR AGOUTI SIGNAL PROTEIN

      Molecular biology of the cell
    64. WILSON BD; OLLMANN MM; KANG L; STOFFEL M; BELL GI; BARSH GS
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ASP, THE HUMAN HOMOLOG OF THE MOUSE AGOUTI GENE

      Human molecular genetics
    65. MILLAR SE; MILLER MW; STEVENS ME; BARSH GS
      EXPRESSION AND TRANSGENIC STUDIES OF THE MOUSE AGOUTI GENE PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO THE MECHANISMS BY WHICH MAMMALIAN COAT COLOR PATTERNS ARE GENERATED

      Development
    66. HEIN L; DZAU VJ; BARSH GS
      LINKAGE MAPPING OF THE ANGIOTENSIN AT(2) RECEPTOR GENE (AGTR2) TO THEMOUSE X-CHROMOSOME

      Genomics
    67. HEIN L; BARSH GS; PRATT RE; DZAU VJ; KOBILKA BK
      BEHAVIORAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF DISRUPTING THE ANGIOTENSIN-II TYPE-2 RECEPTOR GENE IN MICE

      Nature
    68. LINK RE; STEVENS MS; KULATUNGA M; SCHEININ M; BARSH GS; KOBILKA BK
      TARGETED INACTIVATION OF THE GENE ENCODING THE MOUSE ALPHA(2C)-ADRENOCEPTOR HOMOLOG

      Molecular pharmacology
    69. HEIN L; STEVENS ME; BARSH GS; PRATT RE; DZAU VJ; KOBILKA BK
      CARDIAC REMODELING IN TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING ANGIOTENSIN AT1A RECEPTORS UNDER CONTROL OF THE A-MYOSIN HEAVY-CHAIN PROMOTER

      Circulation
    70. BARSH GS
      PIGMENTATION, PLEIOTROPY, AND GENETIC PATHWAYS IN HUMANS AND MICE

      American journal of human genetics
    71. DUHL DMJ; VRIELING H; MILLER KA; WOLFF GL; BARSH GS
      NEOMORPHIC AGOUTI MUTATIONS IN OBESE YELLOW MICE

      Nature genetics
    72. DUHL DMJ; STEVENS ME; VRIELING H; SAXON PJ; MILLER MW; EPSTEIN CJ; BARSH GS
      PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS OF THE MOUSE LETHAL YELLOW (A(Y)) MUTATION EXPLAINED BY DELETION OF A MATERNALLY EXPRESSED GENE AND THE SIMULTANEOUS PRODUCTION OF AGOUTI FUSION RNAS

      Development
    73. WINKES BM; OLLMANN MM; BARSH GS
      ASSOCIATION OF XMV-10 AND THE NON-AGOUTI (A) MUTATION EXPLAINED BY CLOSE LINKAGE INSTEAD OF CAUSALITY

      Mammalian genome
    74. YEN TT; GILL AM; FRIGERI LG; BARSH GS; WOLFF GL
      OBESITY, DIABETES, AND NEOPLASIA IN YELLOW A(VY) - MICE - ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF THE AGOUTI GENE/

      The FASEB journal
    75. MILLER MW; DUHL DMJ; WINKES BM; ARREDONDOVEGA F; WOLFF GL; EPSTEIN CJ; HERSHFIELD MS; BARSH GS; SAXON PJ
      THE MOUSE LETHAL NONAGOUTI (A(X)) MUTATION DELETES THE S-ADENOSYLHOMOCYSTEINE HYDROLASE (AHCY) GENE

      EMBO journal
    76. CORDES SP; BARSH GS
      THE MOUSE SEGMENTATION GENE KR ENCODES A NOVEL BASIC DOMAIN LEUCINE-ZIPPER TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Cell
    77. VRIELING H; DUHL DMJ; MILLAR SE; MILLER KA; BARSH GS
      DIFFERENCES IN DORSAL AND VENTRAL PIGMENTATION RESULT FROM REGIONAL EXPRESSION OF THE MOUSE AGOUTI GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    78. LINK RE; STEVENS ME; DESAI K; SCHEININ M; BERNSTEIN D; BARSH GS; KOBILKA BK
      PROBING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR SUBTYPE DIVERSITY IN GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED MICE

      Clinical research
    79. FROHMAN MA; MARTIN GR; CORDES SP; HALAMEK LP; BARSH GS
      ALTERED RHOMBOMERE-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION AND HYOID BONE DIFFERENTIATION IN THE MOUSE SEGMENTATION MUTANT, KREISLER (KR)

      Development
    80. LINK RE; KOBILKA BK; BARSH GS
      LINKAGE MAPPING OF ALPHA-2-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR GENES TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-2 AND CHROMOSOME-5

      Mammalian genome
    81. DEDERA DA; WALLER EK; LEBRUN DP; SENMAJUMDAR A; STEVENS ME; BARSH GS; CLEARY ML
      CHIMERIC HOMEOBOX GENE E2A-PBX1 INDUCES PROLIFERATION, APOPTOSIS, ANDMALIGNANT-LYMPHOMAS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Cell


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 09/08/20 alle ore 01:15:13