Browsing by Author ROHIT ANTHONY SINHA

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2014Caffeine stimulates hepatic lipid metabolism by the autophagy-lysosomal pathway in miceSinha R.A. ; Farah B.L.; Singh B.K. ; Siddique M.M. ; Li Y. ; Wu Y. ; Ilkayeva O.R.; Gooding J.; Ching J. ; Zhou J. ; Martinez L. ; Xie S. ; Bay B.-H. ; Summers S.A. ; Newgard C.B.; Yen P.M. 
2017Hepatic mitochondrial dysfunction is a feature of Glycogen Storage Disease Type Ia (GSDIa)Farah B.L.; Sinha R.A. ; Wu Y. ; Singh B.K. ; Lim A. ; Hirayama M.; Landau D.J.; Bay B.H. ; Koeberl D.D.; Yen P.M. 
2016Induction of autophagy improves hepatic lipid metabolism in glucose-6-phosphatase deficiencyFarah B.L.; Landau D.J.; Sinha R.A. ; Brooks E.D.; Wu Y. ; Fung S.Y.S. ; Tanaka T.; Hirayama M.; Bay B.-H. ; Koeberl D.D.; Yen P.M. 
2017Renal endoplasmic reticulum stress is coupled to impaired autophagy in a mouse model of GSD IaFarah B.L.; Landau D.J.; Wu Y. ; Sinha R.A. ; Loh A. ; Bay B.-H. ; Koeberl D.D.; Yen P.M. 
13-Sep-2018Thyroid hormone (T3) stimulates brown adipose tissue activation via mitochondrial biogenesis and MTOR-mediated mitophagyWinifred Wing Yiu Yau ; Brijesh K Singh ; Ronny Lesmana; Jin Zhou ; Rohit Anthony Sinha ; Kiraely Adam Wong ; Yajun Wu ; Boon Huat Bay ; Shigeki Sugii ; Lei Sun ; Paul Yen 
1-Nov-2013Thyroid hormone negatively regulates CDX2 and SOAT2 mRNA expression via induction of miRNA-181d in hepatic cellsYap, C.S. ; Sinha, R.A. ; Ota, S.; Katsuki, M.; Yen, P.M. 
2018Thyroid hormone receptor and ERR coordinately regulate mitochondrial fission, mitophagy, biogenesis, and functionSingh B.K. ; Sinha R.A. ; Tripathi M. ; Mendoza A.; Ohba K. ; Sy J.A.C. ; Xie S.Y. ; Zhou J. ; Ho J.P. ; Chang C.-Y.; Wu Y. ; Giguère V.; Bay B.-H. ; Vanacker J.-M.; Ghosh S. ; Gauthier K.; Hollenberg A.N.; McDonnell D.P.; Yen P.M. 
2016Thyroid hormone stimulation of autophagy is essential for mitochondrial biogenesis and activity in skeletal muscleLesmana R., Sinha R.A. ; Singh B.K. ; Zhou J. ; Ohba K.; Wu Y. ; Yau W.W. ; Bay B.-H. ; Yen P.M. 
2019Titin truncations lead to impaired cardiomyocyte autophagy and mitochondrial function in vivoZhou J ; Ng B. ; Ko N.S.J. ; Fiedler L.R.; Khin E. ; Lim A. ; Sahib N.E. ; Wu Y. ; Chothani S.P.; Schafer S. ; Bay B.-H. ; Sinha R.A. ; Cook S.A.; Yen P.M.