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2014Double deletion of orexigenic neuropeptide Y and dynorphin results in paradoxical obesity in miceSalis (nee Sainsbury), Amanda Jane; Baldock, Paul; Boey, Dana; Enriquez, Ronaldo; Herzog, Herbert; Lee, Nicola J.; Lin, Shu; Macia, Laurence; Nguyen, Amy D.; Schwarzer, Christoph; Shi, Yan-Chuan; Slack, Katy; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zhang, Lei; Boden InstituteDouble deletion of orexigenic neuropeptide Y and dynorphin results in paradoxical obesity in mice, Neuropeptides, vol.48, 3, 2014,pp 143-151
2012The endogenous opioid dynorphin is required for normal bone homeostasis in miceSainsbury (Salis), Amanda; Baldock, Paul A.; Castillo, Lesley; Driessler, Frank; Enriquez, Ronaldo F; et al, Various; Janmaat, Sonia; Lin, Shu; Shi, Yanchuan; Wong, Iris; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zengin, Ayse; Boden InstituteThe endogenous opioid dynorphin is required for normal bone homeostasis in mice, Neuropeptides, vol.46, 6, 2012,pp 383-394
2014Neuropeptide Y Attenuates Stress-Induced Bone Loss Through Suppression of Noradrenaline CircuitsSalis (nee Sainsbury), Amanda Jane; Baldock, Paul A.; Driessler, Frank; During, Matthew J; Enriquez, Ronaldo F; Herzog, Herbert; Hormer, Birgit; Karl, Tim; Lee, Nicola J.; Lin, En-Ju D.; Lin, Shu; Ruohonen, S; Savontaus, A; Shi, Yan-Chuan; Stehrer, Bernhard; Wong, Iris; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zengin, Ayse; Zhang, Lei; Zolotukhin, Serge; Boden InstituteNeuropeptide Y Attenuates Stress-Induced Bone Loss Through Suppression of Noradrenaline Circuits, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, vol.29, 10, 2014,pp 2238-2249
2012Neuropeptide Y1 Receptor in Immune Cells Regulates Inflammation and Insulin Resistance Associated With Diet-Induced ObesitySainsbury (Salis), Amanda; Bijker, Martijn S.; Grey, Shane; Herzog, Herbert; Lin, Shu; Macia, Laurence; Mackay, Fabienne; Nguyen, Amy D.; Pangon, Laurent; Shi, Yan-Chuan; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zhang, Lei; Boden InstituteNeuropeptide Y1 Receptor in Immune Cells Regulates Inflammation and Insulin Resistance Associated With Diet-Induced Obesity, Diabetes, vol.61, 12, 2012,pp 3228-3238
2007Novel role of y1 receptors in the coordinated regulation of bone and energy homeostasisLittle, David; McDonald, Michelle; Allison, Susan J; Baldock, Paul A.; During, Matthew J; Eisman, John A.; Enriquez, Ronaldo F; Gardiner, Edith M.; Herzog, Herbert; Lee, Nicola J; Lin, En-Ju D.; Lin, Shu; Lundberg, Pernilla; Sainsbury, Amanda; Slack, Katy; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zhang, Lei; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Childrens Medical Research InsNovel role of y1 receptors in the coordinated regulation of bone and energy homeostasis, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.282,(26),2007,pp 19092-19102
2014Pancreatic polypeptide controls energy homeostasis via Npy6r signaling in the suprachiasmatic nucleus in miceSainsbury, Amanda; Baldock, Paul A.; Berning, Britt A; Driessler, Frank; Enriquez, Ronaldo F; Herzog, Herbert; Khor, Ee Cheng; Lau, Jackie; Lin, Shu; Loh, Kim; Macia, Laurence; Qi, Yue; Shi, Yanchuan; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zhang, Lei; Boden InstitutePancreatic polypeptide controls energy homeostasis via Npy6r signaling in the suprachiasmatic nucleus in mice, Cell Metabolism, vol.19, 1, 2014,pp 58-72
2012The response of neuregulin 1 mutant mice to acute restraint stressArnold, Jonathon; Sainsbury (Salis), Amanda; Cappas, E.; Chesworth, Rose; Karl, Tim; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; School of Medical Sciences: Pharmacology; Boden InstituteThe response of neuregulin 1 mutant mice to acute restraint stress, Neuroscience Letters, vol.515, 1, 2012,pp 82-86
2012Y1 and Y5 Receptors are Both Required for the Regulation of Food Intake and Energy Homeostasis in MiceSainsbury (Salis), Amanda; Baldock, Paul A.; Enriquez, Ronaldo F; Herzog, Herbert; Lin, Shu; Macia, Laurence; Mitchell, Natalie; Nguyen, Amy D.; Shi, Yan-Chaun; Yulyaningsih, Ernie; Zhang, Lei; Zolotukhin, Serge; Boden InstituteY1 and Y5 Receptors are Both Required for the Regulation of Food Intake and Energy Homeostasis in Mice, PLoS One, vol.7, 6, 2012,pp 1-16