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Thomas Stephen Morley, Ph.D., Dr.

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  1. Chakraborty A, Scogin CK, Rizwan K, Morley TS, Rutkowski JM. Characterizing Lymphangiogenesis and Concurrent Inflammation in Adipose Tissue in Response to VEGF-D. Front Physiol. 2020; 11:363. PMID: 32390866.
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  2. Kusminski CM, Ghaben AL, Morley TS, Samms RJ, Adams AC, An Y, Johnson JA, Joffin N, Onodera T, Crewe C, Holland WL, Gordillo R, Scherer PE. A Novel Model of Diabetic Complications: Adipocyte Mitochondrial Dysfunction Triggers Massive ß-Cell Hyperplasia. Diabetes. 2020 03; 69(3):313-330. PMID: 31882562.
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  3. Chakraborty A, Barajas S, Lammoglia GM, Reyna AJ, Morley TS, Johnson JA, Scherer PE, Rutkowski JM. Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor-D (VEGF-D) Overexpression and Lymphatic Expansion in Murine Adipose Tissue Improves Metabolism in Obesity. Am J Pathol. 2019 04; 189(4):924-939. PMID: 30878136.
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  4. Xia JY, Sun K, Hepler C, Ghaben AL, Gupta RK, An YA, Holland WL, Morley TS, Adams AC, Gordillo R, Kusminski CM, Scherer PE. Acute loss of adipose tissue-derived adiponectin triggers immediate metabolic deterioration in mice. Diabetologia. 2018 04; 61(4):932-941. PMID: 29224189.
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  5. Hepler C, Shao M, Xia JY, Ghaben AL, Pearson MJ, Vishvanath L, Sharma AX, Morley TS, Holland WL, Gupta RK. Directing visceral white adipocyte precursors to a thermogenic adipocyte fate improves insulin sensitivity in obese mice. Elife. 2017 07 19; 6. PMID: 28722653.
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  6. Vishvanath L, MacPherson KA, Hepler C, Wang QA, Shao M, Spurgin SB, Wang MY, Kusminski CM, Morley TS, Gupta RK. Pdgfrß+ Mural Preadipocytes Contribute to Adipocyte Hyperplasia Induced by High-Fat-Diet Feeding and Prolonged Cold Exposure in Adult Mice. Cell Metab. 2016 Feb 09; 23(2):350-9. PMID: 26626462.
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  7. Morley TS, Xia JY, Scherer PE. Selective enhancement of insulin sensitivity in the mature adipocyte is sufficient for systemic metabolic improvements. Nat Commun. 2015 Aug 05; 6:7906. PMID: 26243466.
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  8. Ye R, Holland WL, Gordillo R, Wang M, Wang QA, Shao M, Morley TS, Gupta RK, Stahl A, Scherer PE. Adiponectin is essential for lipid homeostasis and survival under insulin deficiency and promotes ß-cell regeneration. Elife. 2014 Oct 23; 3. PMID: 25339419.
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  9. Park J, Morley TS, Kim M, Clegg DJ, Scherer PE. Obesity and cancer--mechanisms underlying tumour progression and recurrence. Nat Rev Endocrinol. 2014 Aug; 10(8):455-465. PMID: 24935119.
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  10. Wernstedt Asterholm I, Tao C, Morley TS, Wang QA, Delgado-Lopez F, Wang ZV, Scherer PE. Adipocyte inflammation is essential for healthy adipose tissue expansion and remodeling. Cell Metab. 2014 Jul 01; 20(1):103-18. PMID: 24930973.
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  11. Xia JY, Morley TS, Scherer PE. The adipokine/ceramide axis: key aspects of insulin sensitization. Biochimie. 2014 Jan; 96:130-9. PMID: 23969158.
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  12. Park J, Morley TS, Scherer PE. Inhibition of endotrophin, a cleavage product of collagen VI, confers cisplatin sensitivity to tumours. EMBO Mol Med. 2013 Jun; 5(6):935-48. PMID: 23629957.
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