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Joel S Benjamin et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(1), 125-130 (2016-12-22)
Kabuki syndrome is a Mendelian intellectual disability syndrome caused by mutations in either of two genes (KMT2D and KDM6A) involved in chromatin accessibility. We previously showed that an agent that promotes chromatin opening, the histone deacetylase inhibitor (HDACi) AR-42, ameliorates
Philip Mm Ruppert et al.
Life science alliance, 4(10) (2021-08-20)
Various forms of fasting and ketogenic diet have shown promise in (pre-)clinical studies to normalize body weight, improve metabolic health, and protect against disease. Recent studies suggest that β-hydroxybutyrate (βOHB), a fasting-characteristic ketone body, potentially acts as a signaling molecule
Christopher J Terranova et al.
Cell reports, 37(8), 110044-110044 (2021-11-25)
β-hydroxybutyrate (β-OHB) is an essential metabolic energy source during fasting and functions as a chromatin regulator by lysine β-hydroxybutyrylation (Kbhb) modification of the core histones H3 and H4. We report that Kbhb on histone H3 (H3K9bhb) is enriched at proximal
Carmen Torres-Esquivel et al.
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 14, 547215-547215 (2020-11-12)
Glucose supply from blood is mandatory for brain functioning and its interruption during acute hypoglycemia or cerebral ischemia leads to brain injury. Alternative substrates to glucose such as the ketone bodies (KB), acetoacetate (AcAc), and β-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), can be used
Sabrina Chriett et al.
Scientific reports, 9(1), 742-742 (2019-01-27)
Butyrate and R-β-hydroxybutyrate are two related short chain fatty acids naturally found in mammals. Butyrate, produced by enteric butyric bacteria, is present at millimolar concentrations in the gastrointestinal tract and at lower levels in blood; R-β-hydroxybutyrate, the main ketone body
Gokel GW
Advances in Supramolecular Chemistry, 7, 61-61 (2001)
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