Diet and feeding condition induced gene expression in rat peripheral blood mononuclear cells

  • A. Caimari (Creator)
  • P. Oliver (Creator)
  • W. Rodenburg (Creator)
  • Jaap Keijer (Creator)
  • A. Palou (Creator)

Dataset

Description

This study analyzed gene expression of rat peripheral blood mononuclear cells by microarray analysis following different feeding conditions (ad libitum feeding, fasting and refeeding) in normoweight (control) and in diet-induced obese rats (cafeteria rats). The aim of this study was to identify genes and biological pathways that were altered by feeding conditions in normoweight and diet-induced obese rats.
Date made available31 Dec 2009
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Feeding conditions control the expression of genes involved in sterol metabolism in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of normoweight and diet-induced (cafeteria) obese rats

Caimari, A., Oliver, P., Rodenburg, W., Keijer, J. & Palou, A., 2010, In : Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 21, 11, p. 1127-1133

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  • 32 Citations (Scopus)

    Peripheral blood mononuclear cells as a model to study the response of energy homeostasis-related genes to acute changes in feeding conditions

    Caimari, A., Oliver, P., Keijer, J. & Palou, A., 2010, In : OMICS - A Journal of Integrative Biology. 14, 2, p. 129-141

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  • 53 Citations (Scopus)

    Slc27a2 expression in peripheral blood mononuclear cells as a marker for overweight development

    Caimari, A., Oliver, P., Rodenburg, W., Keijer, J. & Palou, A., 2010, In : International Journal of Obesity. 34, p. 831-839

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  • 34 Citations (Scopus)

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    Caimari, A. (Creator), Oliver, P. (Creator), Rodenburg, W. (Creator), Keijer, J. (Creator), Palou, A. (Creator) (31 Dec 2009). Diet and feeding condition induced gene expression in rat peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Wageningen University.