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Intracellular lipid transfer proteins; lipid metabolism; multiphoton imaging of intracellular lipid transport and targeting in living cells and tissues of gene targeted animals.

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Academic Articles331
  • Martin, G. G., Seeger, D. R., McIntosh, A. L., Milligan, S., Chung, S., Landrock, D., ... Schroeder, F. (2019). Sterol Carrier Protein-2/Sterol Carrier Protein-x/Fatty Acid Binding Protein-1 Ablation Impacts Response of Brain Endocannabinoid to High-Fat Diet.. Lipids. 54(10), 583-601.
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  • McIntosh, A. L., Atshaves, B. P., Martin, G. G., Landrock, D., Milligan, S., Landrock, K. K., ... Kier, A. B. (2019). Effect of liver fatty acid binding protein (L-FABP) gene ablation on lipid metabolism in high glucose diet (HGD) pair-fed mice.. Biochim Biophys Acta Mol Cell Biol Lipids. 1864(7), 985-1004.
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  • Huang, H., McIntosh, A. L., Martin, G. G., Dangott, L. J., Kier, A. B., & Schroeder, F. (2018). Structural and Functional Interaction of Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol with Liver Fatty Acid Binding Protein (FABP1).. Biochemistry. 57(41), 6027-6042.
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  • Martin, G. G., Seeger, D. R., McIntosh, A. L., Chung, S., Milligan, S., Landrock, D., ... Schroeder, F. (2018). Scp-2/Scp-x ablation in Fabp1 null mice differentially impacts hepatic endocannabinoid level depending on dietary fat.. Arch Biochem Biophys. 650, 93-102.
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  • McIntosh, A. L., Huang, H., Landrock, D., Martin, G. G., Li, S., Kier, A. B., & Schroeder, F. (2018). Impact of Fabp1 Gene Ablation on Uptake and Degradation of Endocannabinoids in Mouse Hepatocytes.. Lipids. 53(6), 561-580.
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Books1
  • Schroeder, F., Atshaves, B. P., Gallegos, A. M., McIntosh, A. L., Liu, J., Kier, A. B., Huang, H., & Ball, J. M. (2005). Chapter 1 Lipid Rafts and Caveolae Organization. Elsevier.
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Chapters3
  • Hillard, C. J., Huang, H., Vogt, C. D., Rodrigues, B. E., Neumann, T. S., Sem, D. S., Schroeder, F., & Cunningham, C. W. (2017). Endocannabinoid Transport Proteins: Discovery of Tools to Study Sterol Carrier Protein-2.. MACROMOLECULAR CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, PT D. Methods in Enzymology. 99-121. Elsevier.
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  • Hostetler, H. A., McIntosh, A. L., Petrescu, A. D., Huang, H., Atshaves, B. P., Murphy, E. J., Kier, A. B., & Schroeder, F. (2010). Lipid-Mediated Signaling. Lipid-Mediated Signaling. 299-348. CRC Press.
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  • McIntosh, A. L., Huang, H., Atshaves, B. P., Storey, S. M., Gallegos, A. M., Spencer, T. A., ... Schroeder, F. (2008). Fluorescent Sterols for the Study of Cholesterol Trafficking in Living Cells. Probes and Tags to Study Biomolecular Function. 1-33. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.
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Conference Papers9
  • Heaps, C. L., Bray, J. F., McIntosh, A. L., & Schroeder, F. (2019). Endothelial nitric oxide synthase protein distribution and nitric oxide production in endothelial cells along the coronary vascular tree.. Microvasc Res. 122, 34-40.
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  • McIntosh, A. L., Atshaves, B. P., Gallegos, A. M., Storey, S. M., Reibenspies, J. H., Kier, A. B., Meyer, E., & Schroeder, F. (2008). Structure of dehydroergosterol monohydrate and interaction with sterol carrier protein-2.. Lipids. 43(12), 1165-1184.
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  • McIntosh, A. L., Atshaves, B. P., Wellberg, E., Kuklev, D. V., Smith, W. L., & Schroeder, F. (2005). Uptake kinetics of fluorescent long chain n-3 and n-6 fatty acids in intact cells. FASEB JOURNAL. 19(4), A292-A292.
  • Atshaves, B., McIntosh, A., Payne, H. R., Tichy, S., Russell, D., Kier, A., & Schroeder, F. (2004). Sexually dimorphic metabolism of branched chain lipids in C57BL/6J mice. FASEB JOURNAL. 18(8), C264-C264.
  • Jefferson, J., Milis, D., McDowell, L., Atshaves, B., & Schroeder, F. (2004). Sterol carrier protein-2 expression alters sphingolipid metabolism in transfected mouse L-cell fibroblasts. FASEB JOURNAL. 18(8), C271-C271.
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Email
fschroeder@tamu.edu
First Name
Friedhelm
Last Name
Schroeder
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Texas A&M University; Vet Med - Physiology & Pharmacology; 4466 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4466
USA