CFP - Special Issue

Adipogenesis: Genomics, Transcriptomics and Metabolomics

Editors:

Mike Dodson, PhD
Professor, Department of Animal Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99163-646351
Phone: (509) 335-9644
E-mail:

Zhihua Jiang, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Animal Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99163-646351
Phone: (509) 335-8761
E-mail:

The special issue aims to report on the recent research advances in Adipogenesis: Genomics, Transcriptomics and Metabolomics. Topic areas include, but are not limited to, the following such as Biomarkers of adipogenesis, Transcriptional control of adipogenesis and lipid processing, Lipid load and gene expression in adipogenesis, Brown adipose tissue, Gene expression of adipocyte dedifferentiation (reverse adipogenesis), Transdifferentiation of adipocytes into other types of cells, etc.

TOC:

Dodson, M.V., Z. Jiang, M. Du and G.J Hausman. Adipogenesis: It is not just lipid that comprises adipose tissue.

Basu et al., Adipogenic transcriptome profiling using high throughput technologies

Bergen and Burnett. Topics in transcriptional control of lipid metabolism: From transcription factors to promoter-gene polymorphisms

Hausman and Dodson. Stromal vascular cells and adipogenesis: Cells within adipose depots regulate adipogenesis.

Wei et al. Cellular and molecular implications of mature adipocyte dedifferentiation

Kunej et al. Adipogenesis gene maps

Du et al. Maternal nutrition regulates stem cells

Xu Yan et al. Developmental programming of fetal skeletal muscle and adipose tissue development

Maternal nutrition regulates endocrine physiology of fetal adipogenesis

Brown adipose development and gene regulation

Lipid load and gene expression in adipogenesis

Gene regulation of adipocyte dedifferentiation (reverse adipogenesis)

Transdifferentiation of adipocytes into other types of cells.

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Manuscripts for the special issue can be submitted online here (mark "Adipogenesis Special Issue" in the "Suggested reviewers" field to identify the paper). Detailed formatting instructions, in particular, the formatting of references, can be found in http://www.jgenomics.com/ms/author.

All inquiries should be sent to the guest editors at the above email addresses.