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Data from University of Connecticut Provide New Insights into Inflammation Research [Enhanced Wound Healing- and Inflammasome-Associated Gene Expression in TNFAIP3-Interacting Protein 1- (TNIP1-) Deficient HaCaT Keratinocytes Parallels Reduced ...]
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New Findings Reported from University of Connecticut Describe Advances in Adipokines (Epigenetic Regulation of Adipokines)
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New Findings Reported from University of Connecticut Describe Advances in Adipokines (Epigenetic Regulation of Adipokines)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2017-10-14, p.333

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Driving Along the Zinc Road
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Driving Along the Zinc Road

Cousins, Robert J

Annual review of nutrition, 2016-07-17, Vol.36 (1), p.1-15 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Role of one-carbon metabolizing pathway genes and gene–nutrient interaction in the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma
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Role of one-carbon metabolizing pathway genes and gene–nutrient interaction in the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Qian Li ; Qing Lan ; Yawei Zhang ; Bryan A. Bassig ; Theodore R. Holford ; Brian Leaderer ; Peter Boyle ; Yong Zhu ; Qin Qin ; Stephen Chanock ; Nathaniel Rothman ; Tongzhang Zheng

Cancer causes & control, 2013-10-01, Vol.24 (10), p.1875-1884 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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University of Connecticut Researchers Yield New Study Findings on Genomics (A framework using topological pathways for deeper analysis of transcriptome data)
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University of Connecticut Researchers Yield New Study Findings on Genomics (A framework using topological pathways for deeper analysis of transcriptome data)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2020-03-28, p.717

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Studies from University of Connecticut Have Provided New Data on Liver Fibrosis (N-3 Pufas Inhibit Tgf Beta 1-induced Profibrogenic Gene Expression By Ameliorating the Repression of Ppar Gamma In Hepatic Stellate Cells)
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Studies from University of Connecticut Have Provided New Data on Liver Fibrosis (N-3 Pufas Inhibit Tgf Beta 1-induced Profibrogenic Gene Expression By Ameliorating the Repression of Ppar Gamma In Hepatic Stellate Cells)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2020-11-28, p.6616

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Findings on Inflammatory Bowel Disease Reported by Investigators at Connecticut Children's Medical Center (Characterizing Clinical Features and Creating a Gene Expression Profile Associated With Pain Burden In Children With Inflammatory Bowel ...)
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Recent Findings from University of Connecticut Has Provided New Data on Experimental Pharmacology (Bile Acid-Activated Receptors: A Review on FXR and Other Nuclear Receptors)
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Recent Findings from University of Connecticut Has Provided New Data on Experimental Pharmacology (Bile Acid-Activated Receptors: A Review on FXR and Other Nuclear Receptors)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2019-07-13, p.1204

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Research Reports from University of Connecticut Provide New Insights into Gene Therapy (Role of Lipid-Based and Polymer-Based Non-Viral Vectors in Nucleic Acid Delivery for Next-Generation Gene Therapy)
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Research Reports from University of Connecticut Provide New Insights into Gene Therapy (Role of Lipid-Based and Polymer-Based Non-Viral Vectors in Nucleic Acid Delivery for Next-Generation Gene Therapy)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2020-07-11, p.110

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Researchers at University of Connecticut Health Center Report Findings in Catecholamine Receptors (Bidirectional regulation of HDAC5 by mAKAPb signalosomes in cardiac myocytes)
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Researchers at University of Connecticut Health Center Report Findings in Catecholamine Receptors (Bidirectional regulation of HDAC5 by mAKAPb signalosomes in cardiac myocytes)

Obesity, fitness, & wellness week, 2019-06-01, p.3354

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