Metabolism

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Lamming, DW, Baar, EL, Arriola Apelo, SI, Tosti, V, Fontana, L. 2017. Short-term consumption of a plant protein diet does not improve glucose homeostasis of young C57BL/6J mice. Nutr. Health Aging.

Arriola Apelo SI and Lamming DW. 2016. mTORC2 Puts Its Shoulder to Krebs’ Wheel. Mol Cell. 63(5): 723-5.

Arriola Apelo SI, Pumper CP, Baar EL, Cummings NE, Lamming DW. 2016. Intermittent Administration of Rapamycin Extends the Life Span of Female C57BL/6J Mice. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 71(7): 876-81.

Arriola Apelo SI, Lamming DW. 2016. Rapamycin: An InhibiTOR of Aging Emerges from the Soil of Easter Island. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 71(7): 841-9.

Arriola Apelo SI, Neuman JC, Baar EL, Syed FA, Cummings NE, Brar HK, Pumper CP, Kimple ME, Lamming DW. 2016. Alternative rapamycin treatment regimens mitigate the impact of rapamycin on glucose homeostasis and the immune system. Aging Cell. 15(1):28-38.

Castro Marquez J, Arriola Apelo SI, Appuhamy J, Hanigan M. 2016.  Development of a model describing regulation of casein synthesis by the mTOR signaling pathway in response to insulin, amino acids, and acetate. J Dairy Sci. 99(8): 6714-36.

Arriola Apelo SI, Knapp JR, Hanigan MD. 2014. Invited review: Current representation and future trends of predicting amino acid utilization in the lactating dairy cow. J Dairy Sci. 97(7):4000-17.

Arriola Apelo SI, Bell AL, Estes K, Ropelewski J, de Veth MJ, Hanigan MD. 2014. Effects of reduced dietary protein and supplemental rumen-protected essential amino acids on the nitrogen efficiency of dairy cows. J Dairy Sci. Sep;97(9):5688-99.

Arriola Apelo SI, Singer LM, Ray WK, Helm RF, Lin XY, McGilliard ML, St-Pierre NR, Hanigan MD. 2014. Casein synthesis is independently and additively related to individual essential amino acid supply. J Dairy Sci. 97(5):2998-3005.

Arriola Apelo SI, Singer LM, Lin XY, McGilliard ML, St-Pierre NR, Hanigan MD. 2014. Isoleucine, leucine, methionine, and threonine effects on mammalian target of rapamycin signaling in mammary tissue. J Dairy Sci. 97(2):1047-56.