Dr. Stacy Goodman
Lynch, C.J., Hazen, S.A., Horetsky, R.L., Carter, N.D., and Dodgson, S.J. 1993. " Differentiation-dependent Expression of Carbonic Anhydrase 11 and III in 3T3 Adipocytes." American Journal of Physiology 265 (1 Pt1): C234243.
Lynch, C.J., Mader, C.A., McCall, K.M., Ng, Y.C., and Hazen, S.A. 1994. "Okadaic Acid Stimulates Oubainsensitive 86Rb+-Uptake and Dhosphorytation of the Na+/K+ATPase -αSubunit in Rat Hepatocytes FEBS Letters 355: 157-162.
Hazen, S.A., Rowe, W.A., and Lynch, C.J. 1995. "Monolayer Cell Culture of Freshly Isolated Adipocyte Using Extracellular Basement Membrane Components." Journal of Lipid Research 36: 868-875.
Lynch, C.J., Fox, H., Hazen, S.A., Stanley, B., Dodgson, S.J., and LaNoue, K.F. 1995. "The Role of Carbonic Anhydrases in de novo Lipogenesis." Biochemical Journal 310: 197-207.
Lynch, C.J., McCall, K.M., Ng, Y.C., and Hazen, S.A. 1996. "Glucagon Stimulation of Hepatic Na+Pump Activity and -αSubunit Phosphorylation in Rat Hepatocytes." Biochemistry Journal 313: 983-989.
Hazen, S.A., Waheed, A., Sly, W.S., LaNoue, K.F., and Lynch, C.J. 1996. "Differentiation-dependent Expression of CA V in Adipocytes and the Role of Carbonic Anhydrases in Pyruvate Carboxylation in Adipocytes." FASEB Journal 10 (4): 481-490.
Hazen, S.A., Waheed, A., Sly, W.S., LaNoue, K. F., and Lynch, C.J. 1997. "Effect of Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibition and Acetoacetate on Anapterotic Pyruvate Carboxylase Activity in Cultured Rat Astrocytes." Developmental Neuroscience (in press).
Brown, L.M., Fox, H.L., Hazen, S.A., LaNoue, K.F., Rannels, S.R,, and Lynch C.J. 1997. "Role of the Matrixin MMP-2 in Multicellular Organization of Adipocytes Cultured in Basement Membrane Components. Amer J. Physiol. (Cell Physiol.). 272: C93749.
Vary, T.C., S. Goodman, L.E. Kilpatrick, and C.J. Lynch. 2005. Nutrient regulation of PKC is mediated by leucine, not insulin in skeletal muscle. American Journal of Physiology (Endocrinology and Metabolism). 289 (4): E684-694.
Vary, T.C., G. Deiter, and S.A. Goodman. 2005. Acute alcohol intoxication enhances myocardial eIF4G phosphorylation despite reducing mTOR signaling. American Journal of Physiology (Heart and Circulatory Physiology). 288 (1): H121-H128.