Cheryl A. Smith

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentGeneral Pediatrics
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    1. Smith CD, Lin CT, McMillin SL, Weyrauch LA, Schmidt CA, Smith CA, Kurland IJ, Witczak CA, Neufer PD. Genetically increasing flux through ß-oxidation in skeletal muscle increases mitochondrial reductive stress and glucose intolerance. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2021 May 01; 320(5):E938-E950. PMID: 33813880.
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    2. Torres MJ, Kew KA, Ryan TE, Pennington ER, Lin CT, Buddo KA, Fix AM, Smith CA, Gilliam LA, Karvinen S, Lowe DA, Spangenburg EE, Zeczycki TN, Shaikh SR, Neufer PD. 17ß-Estradiol Directly Lowers Mitochondrial Membrane Microviscosity and Improves Bioenergetic Function in Skeletal Muscle. Cell Metab. 2018 01 09; 27(1):167-179.e7. PMID: 29103922.
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    3. Ferey JL, Brault JJ, Smith CA, Witczak CA. Constitutive activation of CaMKKa signaling is sufficient but not necessary for mTORC1 activation and growth in mouse skeletal muscle. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2014 Oct 15; 307(8):E686-94. PMID: 25159322.
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    4. Hinkley JM, Ferey JL, Brault JJ, Smith CA, Gilliam LA, Witczak CA. Constitutively active CaMKKa stimulates skeletal muscle glucose uptake in insulin-resistant mice in vivo. Diabetes. 2014 Jan; 63(1):142-51. PMID: 24101676.
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