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Skeletal muscle action of estrogen receptor a is critical for the maintenance of mitochondrial function and metabolic homeostasis in females

Vicent Ribas, Brian G Drew, Zhenqi Zhou, Jennifer Phun, Nareg Y Kalajian, Teo Soleymani, Pedram Daraei, Kevin Widjaja, Jonathan Wanagat, Thomas Q de Aguiar Vallim, Amy H Fluitt, Steven Bensinger, Le Thuc, Caius Radu, Julian P Whitelegge, Simon W Beaven, Peter Tontonoz, Aldons J Lusis, Brian W Parks, Laurent Vergnes Show all

Science Translational Medicine | AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE | Published : 2016

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Awarded by UCLA Iris Cantor Women's Health Center-UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute


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Funding Acknowledgements

These studies were supported in part by research grants from the NIH [DK060484, DK073227, and Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas (NURSA) Data Source Project grant DK097748], UCLA Department of Medicine, and UCLA Iris Cantor Women's Health Center-UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (UL1TR000124) to A.L.H. and Z.Z. V.R. was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Health, and B.G.D. was supported by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council and the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center. During the study period, the Centre of Inflammation and Metabolism was supported by a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF55) to B.K.P. A.J.L. is supported by NIH (grants HL28481 and HL30568), and B.W.P. is supported by NIH R00 grant HL123021. The Centre for Physical Activity Research is supported by a grant from TrygFonden. A.J.L. is supported by NIH grants HL28481 and HL30568, and L.V. and K.R. are supported in part by NIH grant HL28481. The Seahorse XF24 instrument was acquired by a shared instrument grant from the NIH National Center for Research Resources (S10RR026744). P.T. is an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and is supported by NIH (DK063491).