#ExpertAnswers: Marshall McCue on Stable Isotope Tracers in Preclinical Models of Obesity
Dr. Marshall McCue from Sable Systems answers questions from a recent webinar to present case studies using small mammals where 13C-labeled nutrient oxidation is tracked second-by-second in real-time using the newest laser-based stable isotope approaches.
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Associated Webinar: Utilizing Stable Isotope Tracers in Preclinical Models of Obesity
Talking Real Science with Martin Young
Martin Young shares his career path, background, and the influence and guidance he has received from through generations of scientific mentorship.
#ExpertAnswers: Dudley Lamming on the Influence of Sex and Genetic Background on Diet
Dudley Lamming, PhD, explains that “We Are More Than What We Eat”; Sex and Genetic background are important factors in observing responses to diet in mice.
#ExpertAnswers: Dennis Turner on the Metabolics of Dementia
Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
We Are More Than What We Eat: Dietary Interventions Depend on Sex and Genetic Background
Dudley Lamming, PhD, explains how sex and strain type are highly important factors in observing responses to dietary interventions in mice.
Strategic Approaches to Age-Related Metabolic Insufficiency and Transition into Dementia Syndrome
In this webinar, Dr. Dennis Turner delves into dementia syndrome, the metabolic changes that occur, and the importance of proper physiological monitoring of animal models.
Clambake: Decoding Factors That Contribute to Energy Expenditure
Join Jonathan Brestoff, MD, PhD, MPH, for an exploration of how energy expenditure can be better described thanks to a new bioinformatic algorithm known as Clambake.