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Watkins PA, Moser AB, Toomer CB, Steinberg SJ, Moser HW, Karaman MW, Ramaswamy K, Siegmund KD, Lee RD, Ely JJ et al.. 2010. Identification of differences in human and great ape phytanic acid metabolism that could influence gene expression profiles and physiological functions.. BMC physiology. 10:19.
Davis LM, Michaelides M, Cheskin LJ, Moran TH, Aja S, Watkins PA, Pei Z, Contoreggi C, McCullough K, Hope B et al.. 2009. Bromocriptine administration reduces hyperphagia and adiposity and differentially affects dopamine D2 receptor and transporter binding in leptin-receptor-deficient Zucker rats and rats with diet-induced obesity.. Neuroendocrinology. 89(2):152-62.
Watkins PA, Hamilton JA. 2007. Roundtable discussion of session 1: mechanisms of lipid uptake and transport in the brain.. Journal of molecular neuroscience : MN. 33(1):45-50.
Watkins PA, Hamilton JA. 2007. Roundtable discussion of session 2: lipoproteins and polyunsaturated fatty acids.. Journal of molecular neuroscience : MN. 33(1):74-9.
Watkins PA, Hamilton JA. 2007. Roundtable discussion of session 3: eicosanoids in brain function.. Journal of molecular neuroscience : MN. 33(1):100-4.
Watkins PA, Hamilton JA. 2007. Roundtable discussion of session 4: fatty acids and lipids in brain disorders.. Journal of molecular neuroscience : MN. 33(1):120-4.
Lu J-F, Barron-Casella E, Deering R, Heinzer AK, Moser AB, deMesy Bentley KL, Wand GS, C McGuinness M, Pei Z, Watkins PA et al.. 2007. The role of peroxisomal ABC transporters in the mouse adrenal gland: the loss of Abcd2 (ALDR), Not Abcd1 (ALD), causes oxidative damage.. Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and pathology. 87(3):261-72.
Watkins PA, Maiguel D, Jia Z, Pevsner J. 2007. Evidence for 26 distinct acyl-coenzyme A synthetase genes in the human genome.. Journal of lipid research. 48(12):2736-50.
Pei Z, Jia Z, Watkins PA. 2006. The second member of the human and murine bubblegum family is a testis- and brainstem-specific acyl-CoA synthetase.. The Journal of biological chemistry. 281(10):6632-41.