Studies involving disease:Obesity

Study ID Study Title Species Institute
ST000106IWMS Study 1:Weight comparison of obese and lean patientsHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000315Metabolomics and Childhood Obesity: A Pilot and Feasibility Study With Multiple Phenotypic AnchorsHumanUniversity of North Carolina
ST000316Comparison of Metabolites Variation and Antiobesity Effects of a Mixture of Cudrania tricuspidata, Lonicera caerulea, and the Soybean According to Fermentation in vitro and in vivoMouseKonkuk university
ST000483Amino Acid Quantifcation of obese patients on a 16 week caloric restriction from PlasmaHumanMayo Clinic
ST000484Amino Acid Quantifcation of obese patients on a 16 week caloric restriction from muscle biopsyHumanMayo Clinic
ST000485D2 Glucose Quantifcation of obese patients on a 16 week caloric restriction from plasmaHumanMayo Clinic
ST000556IROA feasibility project; plasticizers as obesogens in zebrafishZebrafishUniversity of Florida
ST000593PGD2 and other lipid mediator changes in mouse adipose associated with administration of an oral inhibitor of H-PGDS (HQL-79)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000594PGD2 and other lipid mediator changes in mouse adipose associated with administration of an oral inhibitor of H-PGDS (HQL-79) (part II)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000655Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice (part II)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000656Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice (part III)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000658Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice (part IV)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000660Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice (part I)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000661CHOICE clinical weight loss studyHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000661CHOICE clinical weight loss studyRatUniversity of Michigan
ST000770Intranasal oxytocin in lean and obese menHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000777Metabolic Adaptations to Chronic and Acute Exercise in Overweight Adults (ATX-Study) preliminary dataHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000836Pilot Human Muscle oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT)HumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000838Obesity and marrow and marrow adipose tissue (MAT) metabolomicsMouseUniversity of Michigan
ST000841Metabolomics of muscle in insulin sensitive and resistant obese indivduals.HumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000842Muscle and plasma before and after exerciseHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000885Gut Microbiota Modulate Brain Insulin Sensitivity and NeurobehaviorMouseBroad Institute of MIT and Harvard
ST000901Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice - Plasma (part V)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000902Omega-6 and omega-3 oxylipins are implicated in soybean oil-induced obesity in mice - Liver (part VI)MouseUniversity of California, Davis
ST000957Global metabolomics of human milk fractionsHumanUniversity of Florida
ST001114Metabolomics profile of umbilical cord blood is associated with maternal pre-pregnant obesity in a perspective multi-ethnic cohort displaying health disparitiesHumanUniversity of Hawaii
ST001322Maternal adiposity alters the human milk metabolome: a link between non-glucose monosaccharides and infant adiposityHumanUniversity of California, Davis
ST001515A Metabolomic Signature of Glucagon Action in Healthy Individuals with Overweight/Obesity HumansHumanTranslational Research Institute- AdventHealth Orlando
ST001525Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorohexanesulfonic acid (PFHxS) alter the blood lipidome and the hepatic proteome in a murine model of diet-induced obesityMouseUniversity of Rhode Island;University of Georgia
ST001607Genetic background shapes phenotypic response to diet for adiposity in the Collaborative CrossMouseUSDA
ST001665Branched-chain alpha-ketoacids are preferentially reaminated and activate protein synthesis in the rat heartRatDuke University
ST001666Branched-chain alpha-ketoacids are preferentially reaminated and activate protein synthesis in the mouse heartMouseDuke University
ST001738AdipoAtlas: A Reference Lipidome for Human White Adipose TissueHumanUniversity of Leipzig

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