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Dr. Wu teaches graduate courses in protein metabolism and nutritional biochemistry. He conducts research in protein and amino acid metabolism at molecular, cellular, and whole body levels . The animal models used in his research include cattle, chicks, pigs, rats, and sheep.

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Academic Articles581
Books3
  • Wu, G. (2013). Amino acids: Biochemistry and nutrition. CRC Press.
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  • Blachier, F., Wu, G., & Yin, Y. (2013). Preface. Springer Vienna.
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Chapters12
  • Blachier, F., Coeffier, M., Zhu, W. Y., Mu, C., Yang, Y., Wu, G., ... Yin, Y. (2017). Glutamine and intestinal physiology and pathology. Glutamine: Biochemistry, Physiology, and Clinical Applications. (pp. 137-148). CRC Press.
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  • Hou, T. Y., McMurray, D. N., & Chapkin, R. S. (2017). Omega-3 fatty acids and T-cell responses. Nutrition, Immunity, and Infection. (pp. 295-314). CRC Press.
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  • Wang, X., Wu, G., & Bazer, F. W. (2016). mTOR: The Master Regulator of Conceptus Development in Response to Uterine Histotroph During Pregnancy in Ungulates. Molecules to Medicine with mTOR: Translating Critical Pathways into Novel Therapeutic Strategies. (pp. 23-32). Elsevier.
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  • (2015). Endotoxemia and glutamine. Glutamine in Clinical Nutrition. (pp. 125-139). Springer New York.
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  • Wu, G. (2013). Arginine and immune function. Diet, Immunity and Inflammation. (pp. 523-543). Elsevier.
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Conference Papers110
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
g-wu@tamu.edu
First Name
Guoyao
Last Name
Wu
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Animal Science; 2471 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2471
USA