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Backman, M.* et al.: Multi-omics insights into functional alterations of the liver in insulin-deficient diabetes mellitus. Mol. Metab., accepted (2019)
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Segal, J.* et al.: Low catalytic activity is insufficient to induce disease pathology in triosephosphate isomerase deficiency. J. Inherit. Metab. Dis., accepted (2019)
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Vetrivel, S. et al.: Mutation in the mouse histone gene Hist2h3c1 leads to degeneration of the lens vesicle and severe microphthalmia. Exp. Eye Res., accepted (2019)
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André, V. et al.: Laboratory mouse housing conditions can be improved using common environmental enrichment without compromising data. PLoS Biol. 16:e2005019 (2018)
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Gerst, F. et al.: Fetuin-A impairs islet differentiation and function via inhibition of TGFbeta-1 signalling. Diabetologia 61, S205-S206 (2018)
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Hinrichs, A.* et al.: Growth hormone receptor-deficient pigs resemble the pathophysiology of human Laron syndrome and reveal altered activation of signaling cascades in the liver. Mol. Metab. 11, 113-128 (2018)
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Jensen, L.R.* et al.: A mouse model for intellectual disability caused by mutations in the X-linked 2′‑O‑methyltransferase Ftsj1 gene. Biochim. Biophys. Acta-Mol. Basis Dis., accepted (2018)
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Kleinert, M. et al.: Animal models of obesity and diabetes mellitus. Nat. Rev. Endocrinol. 14, 140-162 (2018)
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Nikolakopoulou, P.* et al.: Streptozotocin-induced beta-cell damage, high fat diet, and metformin administration regulate Hes3 expression in the adult mouse brain. Sci. Rep. 8:11335 (2018)
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Renner, S.* et al.: Metabolic syndrome and extensive adipose tissue inflammation in morbidly obese Göttingen minipigs. Mol. Metab., accepted (2018)
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Rozman, J. et al.: Identification of genetic elements in metabolism by high-throughput mouse phenotyping.   Nat. Commun. 9:288 (2018)
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Treise, I. et al.: Defective immuno- and thymoproteasome assembly causes severe immunodeficiency. Sci. Rep. 8:5975 (2018)
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Vogel, H.* et al.: A collective diabetes cross in combination with a computational framework to dissect the genetics of human obesity and Type 2 diabetes. Hum. Mol. Genet. 27, 3099-3112 (2018)
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Xie, K.* et al.: Epigenetic alterations in longevity regulators, reduced life span, and exacerbated aging-related pathology in old father offspring mice. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 115, E2348-E2357 (2018)
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Blutke, A.* et al.: The Munich MIDY Pig Biobank - A unique resource for studying organ crosstalk in diabetes. Mol. Metab. 6, 931-940 (2017)
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Cohrs, C.M. et al.: Vessel network architecture of adult human islets promotes distinct cell-cell interactions in situ and is altered after transplantation. Endocrinology 158, 1-13 (2017)
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Frankó, A. et al.: Bezafibrate ameliorates diabetes via reduced steatosis and improved hepatic insulin sensitivity in diabetic TallyHo mice. Mol. Metab. 6, 256-266 (2017)
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Fuchs, H. et al.: Understanding gene functions and disease mechanisms: Phenotyping pipelines in the German Mouse Clinic. Behav. Brain Res. 352, 187-196 (2017)
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Gimpfl, M.* et al.: Modification of the fatty acid composition of an obesogenic diet improves the maternal and placental metabolic environment in obese pregnant mice. Biochim. Biophys. Acta-Mol. Basis Dis. 1863, 1605-1614 (2017)
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Kaklamanos, A.* et al.: Extensive phenotypic characterization of a new transgenic mouse reveals pleiotropic perturbations in physiology due to mesenchymal hGH minigene expression. Sci. Rep. 7:2397 (2017)