Schenk S

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Name Schenk Simon, PhD

Assistant Professor

Institution University of California

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

3525 John Hopkins Court

Address LaJolla, 92093
City San Diego
State/Province California (CA)
Country USA
Email [email protected]
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Dent 2019 J Appl Physiol (1985)2019Dent JR, Hetrick B, Tahvilian S, Sathe A, Greyslak K, LaBarge SA, Svensson K, McCurdy CE, Schenk S (2019) Skeletal muscle mitochondrial function and exercise capacity is not impaired in mice with knockout of STAT3. J Appl Physiol (1985) 127:1117-27.
Svensson 2019 Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab2019Svensson K, Tahvilian S, Martins VF, Dent JR, Lemanek A, Barooni N, Greyslak K, McCurdy CE, Schenk S (2019) Combined overexpression of SIRT1 and knockout of GCN5 in adult skeletal muscle does not affect glucose homeostasis or exercise performance in mice. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 318:E145-51.
Okerblom 2018 Proc Biol Sci2018Okerblom J, Fletes W, Patel HH, Schenk S, Varki A, Breen EC (2018) Human-like Cmah inactivation in mice increases running endurance and decreases muscle fatigability: implications for human evolution. Proc Biol Sci 285:20181656.
Svensson 2017 Acta Physiol (Oxf)2017Svensson K, LaBarge SA, Martins VF, Schenk S (2017) Temporal overexpression of SIRT1 in skeletal muscle of adult mice does not improve insulin sensitivity or markers of mitochondrial biogenesis. Acta Physiol (Oxf) 221:193-203.
Dent 2017 Mol Metab2017Dent JR, Martins VF, Svensson K, LaBarge SA, Schlenk NC, Esparza MC, Buckner EH, Meyer GA, Hamilton DL, Schenk S, Philp A (2017) Muscle-specific knockout of general control of amino acid synthesis 5 (GCN5) does not enhance basal or endurance exercise-induced mitochondrial adaptation. Mol Metab 6:1574-84.
LaBarge 2016 FASEB J2016LaBarge SA, Migdal CW, Buckner EH, Okuno H, Gertsman I, Stocks B, Barshop BA, Nalbandian SR, Philp A, McCurdy CE, Schenk S (2016) p300 is not required for skeletal muscle metabolic adaptation to endurance exercise training. FASEB J 30:1623-33.
McCurdy 2016 JCI Insight2016McCurdy CE, Schenk S, Hetrick B, Houck J, Drew BG, Kaye S, Lashbrook M, Bergman BC, Takahashi DL, Dean TA, Nemkov T, Gertsman I, Hansen KC, Philp A, Hevener AL, Chicco AJ, Aagaard KM, Grove KL, Friedman JE (2016) Maternal obesity reduces oxidative capacity in fetal skeletal muscle of Japanese macaques. JCI Insight 1:e86612.

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