Publications of Rachel N. Lippert

Journal Article (7)

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Lippert, R. N.; Brüning, J. C.: Maternal metabolic programming of the developing central nervous system – unified pathways to metabolic and psychiatric disorders. Biological Psychiatry (accepted)
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Lippert, R. N.; Hess, S.; Klemm, P.; Burgeno, L. M.; Jahans-Price, T.; Walton, M. E.; Kloppenburg, P.; Brüning, J. C.: Maternal high-fat diet during lactation reprograms the dopaminergic circuitry in mice. Journal of Clinical Investigation (New York, NY) 130 (7), pp. 3761 - 3776 (2020)
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Lippert, R. N.; Cremer, A. L.; Thanarajah, S. E.; Korn, C.; Jahans-Price, T.; Burgeno, L. M.; Tittgemeyer, M.; Brüning, J. C.; Walton, M. E.; Backes, H.: Time-dependent assessment of stimulus-evoked regional dopamine release. Nature Communications 10 (1), 336 (2019)
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Ruud, J.; Alber, J.; Tokarska, A.; Engström Ruud, L.; Nolte, H.; Biglari, N.; Lippert, R. N.; Lautenschlager, Ä.; Cieslak, P. E.; Szumiec, L. et al.; Hess, M. E.; Brönneke, H. S.; Krüger, M.; Nissbrandt, H.; Korotkova, T.; Silberberg, G.; Rodriguez Parkitna, J.; Brüning, J. C.: The Fat mass and obesity-associated protein (FTO) regulates locomotor responses to novelty via D2R medium spiny neurons. Cell Reports 27 (11), pp. 3182 - 3198.e9 (2019)
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Thanarajah, S. E.; Backes, H.; DiFeliceantonio, A.; Albus, K.; Cremer, A. L.; Hanssen, R.; Lippert, R. N.; Cornely, O. A.; Small, D. M.; Brüning, J. C. et al.; Tittgemeyer, M.: Food intake recruits orosensory and post-ingestive dopaminergic circuits to affect eating desire in humans. Cell Metabolism 29 (3), pp. 695 - 706.e4 (2019)
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Ghamari-Langroudi, M.; Cakir, I.; Lippert, R. N.; Sweeney, P.; Litt, M. J.; Ellacott, K. L.J.; Cone, R. D.: Regulation of energy rheostasis by the melanocortin-3 receptor. Science Advances 4 (8), eaat0866 (2018)
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Buckman, L. B.; Thompson, M. M.; Lippert, R. N.; Blackwell, T. S.; Yull, F. E.; Ellacott, K. L. J.: Evidence for a novel functional role of astrocytes in the acute homeostatic response to high-fat diet intake in mice. Molecular Metabolism 4 (1), pp. 58 - 63 (2015)
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