Publications of Hayley T. Nicholls

Journal Article (5)

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Hammerschmidt, P.; Ostkotte, D.; Nolte, H.; Gerl, M. J.; Jais, A.; Brunner, H. L.; Sprenger, H.-G.; Awazawa, M.; Nicholls, H. T.; Turpin-Nolan, S. M. et al.; Langer, T.; Krüger, M.; Brügger, B.; Brüning, J. C.: CerS6-derived sphingolipids interact with Mff and promote mitochondrial fragmentation in obesity. Cell 177 (6), pp. 1536 - 1552.e23 (2019)
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Schmitz, J.; Evers, N.; Awazawa, M.; Nicholls, H. T.; Brönneke, H. S.; Dietrich, A.; Mauer, J.; Blüher, M.; Brüning, J. C.: Obesogenic memory can confer long-term increases in adipose tissue but not liver inflammation and insulin resistance after weight loss. Molecular Metabolism 5 (5), pp. 328 - 339 (2016)
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Turpin, S. M.; Nicholls, H. T.; Willmes, D. M.; Mourier, A.; Brodesser, S.; Wunderlich, C. M.; Mauer, J.; Xu, E.; Hammerschmidt, P.; Brönneke, H. S. et al.; Trifunovic, A.; LoSasso, G.; Wunderlich, F. T.; Kornfeld, J.-W.; Blüher, M.; Krönke, M.; Brüning, J. C.: Obesity-induced CerS6-dependent C16:0 ceramide production promotes weight gain and glucose intolerance. Cell Metabolism 20 (4), pp. 678 - 686 (2014)
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Vogt, M. C.; Paeger, L.; Hess, S.; Steculorum, S. M.; Awazawa, M.; Hampel, B.; Neupert, S.; Nicholls, H. T.; Mauer, J.; Hausen, A. C. et al.; Predel, R.; Kloppenburg, P.; Horvath, T. L.; Brüning, J. C.: Neonatal insulin action impairs hypothalamic neurocircuit formation in response to maternal high-fat feeding. Cell 156 (3), pp. 495 - 509 (2014)
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Kornfeld, J.-W.; Baitzel, C.; Könner, C. A.; Nicholls, H. T.; Vogt, M. C.; Hermanns, K.; Scheja, L.; Haumaitre, C.; Wolf, A. M.; Knippschild, U. et al.; Seibler, J.; Cereghini, S.; Heeren, J.; Stoffel, M.; Brüning, J. C.: Obesity-induced overexpression of miR-802 impairs glucose metabolism through silencing of Hnf1b. Nature 494 (7435), pp. 111 - 115 (2013)
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