David A. Brockman, Ph.D.

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2013 Nutrition University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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molecular recognition for chemical sensing
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Xiaoli Chen grad student 2013 UMN
 (The Effect of Viscous and Fermentable Dietary Fiber Consumption on Adiposity, Insulin Resistance and Fuel Utilization in Rats.)
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Brockman DA, Chen X, Gallaher DD. (2014) High-viscosity dietary fibers reduce adiposity and decrease hepatic steatosis in rats fed a high-fat diet. The Journal of Nutrition. 144: 1415-22
Brockman DA, Chen X, Gallaher DD. (2013) Consumption of a high β-glucan barley flour improves glucose control and fatty liver and increases muscle acylcarnitines in the Zucker diabetic fatty rat. European Journal of Nutrition. 52: 1743-53
Brockman DA, Chen X, Gallaher DD. (2012) Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, a viscous soluble fiber, reduces insulin resistance and decreases fatty liver in Zucker Diabetic Fatty rats. Nutrition & Metabolism. 9: 100
Guo H, Zhang Y, Brockman DA, et al. (2012) Lipocalin 2 deficiency alters estradiol production and estrogen receptor signaling in female mice. Endocrinology. 153: 1183-93
Guo H, Jin D, Zhang Y, et al. (2010) Lipocalin-2 deficiency impairs thermogenesis and potentiates diet-induced insulin resistance in mice. Diabetes. 59: 1376-85
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