Rachel Lippert
Rachel Lippert
Junior Research Group Leader, German Institute for Human Nutrition
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Evidence for a novel functional role of astrocytes in the acute homeostatic response to high-fat diet intake in mice
LB Buckman, MM Thompson, RN Lippert, TS Blackwell, FE Yull, ...
Molecular metabolism 4 (1), 58-63, 2015
Drosophila Muller F Elements Maintain a Distinct Set of Genomic Properties Over 40 Million Years of Evolution
W Leung, CD Shaffer, LK Reed, ST Smith, W Barshop, W Dirkes, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5 (5), 719-740, 2015
Gender-specific roles for the melanocortin-3 receptor in the regulation of the mesolimbic dopamine system in mice
RN Lippert, KLJ Ellacott, RD Cone
Endocrinology 155 (5), 1718-1727, 2014
Food intake recruits orosensory and post-ingestive dopaminergic circuits to affect eating desire in humans
SE Thanarajah, H Backes, AG DiFeliceantonio, K Albus, AL Cremer, ...
Cell Metabolism 29 (3), 695-706. e4, 2019
MC3R links nutritional state to childhood growth and the timing of puberty
BYH Lam, A Williamson, S Finer, FR Day, JA Tadross, ...
Nature 599 (7885), 436-441, 2021
Physiological roles of the melanocortin MC3 receptor
BJ Renquist, RN Lippert, JA Sebag, KLJ Ellacott, RD Cone
European journal of pharmacology 660 (1), 13-20, 2011
Regulation of energy rheostasis by the melanocortin-3 receptor
M Ghamari-Langroudi, I Cakir, RN Lippert, P Sweeney, MJ Litt, ...
Science advances 4 (8), eaat0866, 2018
Maternal high-fat diet during lactation reprograms the dopaminergic circuitry in mice
RN Lippert, S Hess, P Klemm, LM Burgeno, T Jahans-Price, ME Walton, ...
The Journal of Clinical Investigation 130 (7), 3761-3776, 2020
Time-dependent assessment of stimulus-evoked regional dopamine release
RN Lippert, AL Cremer, S Edwin Thanarajah, C Korn, T Jahans-Price, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 336, 2019
Maternal metabolic programming of the developing central nervous system: unified pathways to metabolic and psychiatric disorders
RN Lippert, JC Brüning
Biological Psychiatry 91 (10), 898-906, 2022
The fat mass and obesity-associated protein (FTO) regulates locomotor responses to novelty via D2R medium spiny neurons
J Ruud, J Alber, A Tokarska, LE Ruud, H Nolte, N Biglari, R Lippert, ...
Cell Reports 27 (11), 3182-3198. e9, 2019
Organization of neural systems expressing melanocortin‐3 receptors in the mouse brain: Evidence for sexual dimorphism
MN Bedenbaugh, SC Brener, J Maldonado, RN Lippert, P Sweeney, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 530 (16), 2835-2851, 2022
Mitochondrial stress-induced GFRAL signaling controls diurnal food intake and anxiety-like behavior
CI Gil, BM Coull, W Jonas, RN Lippert, S Klaus, M Ost
Life Science Alliance 5 (11), 2022
Mitochondrial stress-induced GFRAL signaling controls diurnal food intake and anxiety-like behavior
B Coull, W Jonas, R Lippert, S Klaus, M Ost
Life Science Alliance 5 (11), 2022
Mitochondrial stress-induced GDF15-GFRAL axis promotes anxiety-like behavior and CRH-dependent anorexia
CI Gil, BM Coull, W Jonas, R Lippert, M Ost, S Klaus
bioRxiv, 2021.09. 22.461199, 2021
Insulin/IGF signaling in early brain development
S Yagoub, RN Lippert
Physiological Consequences of Brain Insulin Action, 21-33, 2022
Developmental metformin exposure does not rescue physiological impairments derived from early exposure to altered maternal metabolic state in offspring mice
L Cantacorps, J Zhu, S Yagoub, BM Coull, J Falck, RA Chesters, K Ritter, ...
Molecular Metabolism 79, 101860, 2024
Das Gehirn. Wie ein Organ unsere Essensentscheidungsteuert Die physiologische Kontrolle des Essverhaltens verstehen
RN Lippert
Du sollst nicht essen, 15-32, 2023
Gut-derived peptide hormone receptor expression in the developing mouse hypothalamus
L Cantacorps, BM Coull, J Falck, K Ritter, RN Lippert
Plos one 18 (8), e0290043, 2023
Thalamic melanocortin system regulation: development, energy state and genetic influences
S Yagoub, J Zhu, L Cantacorps, K Ritter, R Lippert
Neuroscience Applied 2, 101039, 2023
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