Claudia C. Weber

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
"Claudia Weber"
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Platt A, Weber CC, Liberles DA. (2018) Protein evolution depends on multiple distinct population size parameters. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 18: 17
Chi PB, Kim D, Lai JK, et al. (2017) A new parameter-rich structure-aware mechanistic model for amino acid substitution during evolution. Proteins
Arenas M, Weber CC, Liberles DA, et al. (2017) ProtASR: An Evolutionary Framework for Ancestral Protein Reconstruction with Selection on Folding Stability. Systematic Biology
Ramos Gomes F, Romaniello V, Sánchez A, et al. (2015) Alternative Spliced Isoforms of KV10.1 Potassium Channels Modulate Channel Properties and can Activate Cyclin-Dependent Kinase in Xenopus Oocytes. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Lee SJ, Fowler JS, Alexoff D, et al. (2015) An efficient and practical synthesis of [2-(11)C]indole via superfast nucleophilic [(11)C]cyanation and RANEY® Nickel catalyzed reductive cyclization. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
Weber C, Losand B, Tuchscherer A, et al. (2015) Effects of dry period length on milk production, body condition, metabolites, and hepatic glucose metabolism in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 98: 1772-85
Arman M, Krauel K, Tilley DO, et al. (2014) Amplification of bacteria-induced platelet activation is triggered by FcγRIIA, integrin αIIbβ3, and platelet factor 4. Blood. 123: 3166-74
Weber C, Hametner C, Tuchscherer A, et al. (2013) Hepatic gene expression involved in glucose and lipid metabolism in transition cows: effects of fat mobilization during early lactation in relation to milk performance and metabolic changes. Journal of Dairy Science. 96: 5670-81
Hötger K, Hammon HM, Weber C, et al. (2013) Supplementation of conjugated linoleic acid in dairy cows reduces endogenous glucose production during early lactation. Journal of Dairy Science. 96: 2258-70
Weber C, Hametner C, Tuchscherer A, et al. (2013) Variation in fat mobilization during early lactation differently affects feed intake, body condition, and lipid and glucose metabolism in high-yielding dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 96: 165-80
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