harriet schellekens
harriet schellekens
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Feeding the microbiota-gut-brain axis: diet, microbiome, and neuropsychiatry
KV Sandhu, E Sherwin, H Schellekens, C Stanton, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Translational Research 179, 223-244, 2017
Gender-dependent consequences of chronic olanzapine in the rat: effects on body weight, inflammatory, metabolic and microbiota parameters
KJ Davey, SM O’Mahony, H Schellekens, O O’Sullivan, J Bienenstock, ...
Psychopharmacology 221 (1), 155-169, 2012
Ghrelin signalling and obesity: at the interface of stress, mood and food reward
H Schellekens, BC Finger, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Pharmacology & therapeutics 135 (3), 316-326, 2012
The microbiota–gut–brain axis in obesity
C Torres-Fuentes, H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
The lancet Gastroenterology & hepatology 2 (10), 747-756, 2017
Microbiota-gut-brain axis: modulator of host metabolism and appetite
M van de Wouw, H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
The Journal of nutrition 147 (5), 727-745, 2017
Anxiety, depression, and the microbiome: a role for gut peptides
G Lach, H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Neurotherapeutics 15 (1), 36-59, 2018
Promiscuous dimerization of the growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHS-R1a) attenuates ghrelin-mediated signaling
H Schellekens, WEPA van Oeffelen, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (1), 181-191, 2013
Lean mean fat reducing “ghrelin” machine: hypothalamic ghrelin and ghrelin receptors as therapeutic targets in obesity
H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Neuropharmacology 58 (1), 2-16, 2010
A natural solution for obesity: Bioactives for the prevention and treatment of weight gain. A review
C Torres-Fuentes, H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Nutritional neuroscience 18 (2), 49-65, 2015
From belly to brain: targeting the ghrelin receptor in appetite and food intake regulation
K Howick, BT Griffin, JF Cryan, H Schellekens
International journal of molecular sciences 18 (2), 273, 2017
Ghrelin’s orexigenic effect is modulated via a serotonin 2C receptor interaction
H Schellekens, PN De Francesco, D Kandil, WF Theeuwes, T McCarthy, ...
ACS chemical neuroscience 6 (7), 1186-1197, 2015
Taking two to tango: a role for ghrelin receptor heterodimerization in stress and reward
H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Frontiers in neuroscience 7, 148, 2013
Poor awareness of risk factors for cancer in Irish adults: results of a large survey and review of the literature
AM Ryan, S Cushen, H Schellekens, EN Bhuachalla, L Burns, U Kenny, ...
The oncologist 20 (4), 372, 2015
Whey protein isolate counteracts the effects of a high-fat diet on energy intake and hypothalamic and adipose tissue expression of energy balance-related genes
L McAllan, D Keane, H Schellekens, HM Roche, R Korpela, JF Cryan, ...
British journal of nutrition 110 (11), 2114-2126, 2013
Dynamic 5-HT 2c receptor editing in a mouse model of obesity
H Schellekens, G Clarke, IB Jeffery, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
PLoS One 7 (3), e32266, 2012
Ghrelin at the interface of obesity and reward
H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Vitamins & Hormones 91, 285-323, 2013
Mid-life microbiota crises: middle age is associated with pervasive neuroimmune alterations that are reversed by targeting the gut microbiome
M Boehme, M van de Wouw, TFS Bastiaanssen, L Olavarría-Ramírez, ...
Molecular psychiatry, 1-17, 2019
Is there altered sensitivity to ghrelin-receptor ligands in leptin-deficient mice?: importance of satiety state and time of day
BC Finger, H Schellekens, TG Dinan, JF Cryan
Psychopharmacology 216 (3), 421-429, 2011
Understanding neurophobia: Reasons behind impaired understanding and learning of neuroanatomy in cross‐disciplinary healthcare students
MA Javaid, S Chakraborty, JF Cryan, H Schellekens, A Toulouse
Anatomical sciences education 11 (1), 81-93, 2018
Differential functional selectivity and downstream signaling bias of ghrelin receptor antagonists and inverse agonists
VT Ramirez, WEPA Van Oeffelen, C Torres-Fuentes, B Chruścicka, ...
The FASEB Journal 33 (1), 518-531, 2019
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