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David Mikal Presby, Ph.D.

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  1. Foright RM, Johnson GC, Kahn D, Charleston CA, Presby DM, Bouchet CA, Wellberg EA, Sherk VD, Jackman MR, Greenwood BN, MacLean PS. Compensatory eating behaviors in male and female rats in response to exercise training. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2020 08 01; 319(2):R171-R183. PMID: 32551825.
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  2. Conedera FM, Quintela Pousa AM, Presby DM, Mercader N, Enzmann V, Tschopp M. Diverse Signaling by TGFß Isoforms in Response to Focal Injury is Associated with Either Retinal Regeneration or Reactive Gliosis. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 2020 Mar 26. PMID: 32219603.
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  3. Sherk VD, Jackman MR, Higgins JA, Giles ED, Foright RM, Presby DM, Carpenter RD, Johnson GC, Oljira R, Houck JA, Maclean PS. Impact of Exercise and Activity on Weight Regain and Musculoskeletal Health Post-Ovariectomy. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2019 12; 51(12):2465-2473. PMID: 31274683.
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  4. Presby DM, Checkley LA, Jackman MR, Higgins JA, Jones KL, Giles ED, Houck JA, Webb PG, Steig AJ, Johnson GC, Rudolph MC, MacLean PS. Regular exercise potentiates energetically expensive hepatic de novo lipogenesis during early weight regain. . 2019 11 01; 317(5):R684-R695. PMID: 31553623.
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  5. Presby DM, Jackman MR, Rudolph MC, Sherk VD, Foright RM, Houck JA, Johnson GC, Orlicky DJ, Melanson EL, Higgins JA, MacLean PS. Compensation for cold-induced thermogenesis during weight loss maintenance and regain. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2019 05 01; 316(5):E977-E986. PMID: 30912962.
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  6. Foright RM, Presby DM, Sherk VD, Kahn D, Checkley LA, Giles ED, Bergouignan A, Higgins JA, Jackman MR, Hill JO, MacLean PS. Is regular exercise an effective strategy for weight loss maintenance? Physiol Behav. 2018 05 01; 188:86-93. PMID: 29382563.
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  7. Rudolph MC, Jackman MR, Presby DM, Houck JA, Webb PG, Johnson GC, Soderborg TK, de la Houssaye BA, Yang IV, Friedman JE, MacLean PS. Low Neonatal Plasma n-6/n-3 PUFA Ratios Regulate Offspring Adipogenic Potential and Condition Adult Obesity Resistance. Diabetes. 2018 04; 67(4):651-661. PMID: 29138256.
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  8. Sherk VD, Jackman MR, Giles ED, Higgins JA, Foright RM, Presby DM, Johnson GC, Houck JA, Houser JL, Oljira R, MacLean PS. Prior weight loss exacerbates the biological drive to gain weight after the loss of ovarian function. Physiol Rep. 2017 May; 5(10):e13272. PMID: 28533263.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.