Stephen M. Reilly

Affiliations: 
Ohio University, Athens, OH, United States 
Area:
Zoology Biology, Anatomy Biology, Ecology Biology
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Granatosky MC, McElroy EJ, Lemelin P, et al. (2019) Variation in limb loading magnitude and timing in tetrapods. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Granatosky MC, McElroy EJ, Laird MF, et al. (2019) Joint angular excursions during cyclical behaviors differ between tetrapod feeding and locomotor systems. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Reilly SM, Montuelle SJ, Schmidt A, et al. (2016) Pelvic function in anuran jumping: Interspecific differences in the kinematics and motor control of the iliosacral articulation during take-off and landing. Journal of Morphology
Reilly SM, Montuelle SJ, Schmidt A, et al. (2015) Functional evolution of jumping in frogs: Interspecific differences in take-off and landing. Journal of Morphology
Reilly SM, Saltiel AR. (2015) A Futile Approach to Fighting Obesity? Cell. 163: 539-40
Reilly S, Essner R, Wren S, et al. (2015) Movement patterns in leiopelmatid frogs: Insights into the locomotor repertoire of basal anurans. Behavioural Processes. 121: 43-53
Reilly SM, Ahmadian M, Zamarron BF, et al. (2015) A subcutaneous adipose tissue-liver signalling axis controls hepatic gluconeogenesis. Nature Communications. 6: 6047
Fang S, Suh JM, Reilly SM, et al. (2015) Intestinal FXR agonism promotes adipose tissue browning and reduces obesity and insulin resistance. Nature Medicine. 21: 159-65
Reilly SM, Montuelle SJ, Schmidt A, et al. (2015) Conquering the world in leaps and bounds: Hopping locomotion in toads is actually bounding Functional Ecology. 29: 1308-1316
Reilly SM, Saltiel AR. (2014) Countering inflammatory signals in obesity Nature Immunology. 15: 410-411
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