Jamey Young
Jamey Young
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Vanderbilt University
Verified email at vanderbilt.edu
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Lactate metabolism in human lung tumors
B Faubert, KY Li, L Cai, CT Hensley, J Kim, LG Zacharias, C Yang, QN Do, ...
Cell 171 (2), 358-371. e9, 2017
5712017
A roadmap for interpreting 13C metabolite labeling patterns from cells
JM Buescher, MR Antoniewicz, LG Boros, SC Burgess, H Brunengraber, ...
Current opinion in biotechnology 34, 189-201, 2015
4212015
Molecular mechanisms and the role of saturated fatty acids in the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
AK Leamy, RA Egnatchik, JD Young
Progress in lipid research 52 (1), 165-174, 2013
3592013
Mapping photoautotrophic metabolism with isotopically nonstationary 13C flux analysis
JD Young, AA Shastri, G Stephanopoulos, JA Morgan
Metabolic engineering 13 (6), 656-665, 2011
3242011
INCA: a computational platform for isotopically non-stationary metabolic flux analysis
JD Young
Bioinformatics 30 (9), 1333-1335, 2014
2752014
An elementary metabolite unit (EMU) based method of isotopically nonstationary flux analysis
JD Young, JL Walther, MR Antoniewicz, H Yoo, G Stephanopoulos
Biotechnology and bioengineering 99 (3), 686-699, 2008
2612008
Peak antibody production is associated with increased oxidative metabolism in an industrially relevant fed‐batch CHO cell culture
N Templeton, J Dean, P Reddy, JD Young
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (7), 2013-2024, 2013
1832013
Isotopically nonstationary 13C flux analysis of changes in Arabidopsis thaliana leaf metabolism due to high light acclimation
F Ma, LJ Jazmin, JD Young, DK Allen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (47), 16967-16972, 2014
1522014
ER calcium release promotes mitochondrial dysfunction and hepatic cell lipotoxicity in response to palmitate overload
RA Egnatchik, AK Leamy, DA Jacobson, M Shiota, JD Young
Molecular metabolism 3 (5), 544-553, 2014
1402014
Palmitate-induced activation of mitochondrial metabolism promotes oxidative stress and apoptosis in H4IIEC3 rat hepatocytes
RA Egnatchik, AK Leamy, Y Noguchi, M Shiota, JD Young
Metabolism 63 (2), 283-295, 2014
1262014
Metabolic flux rewiring in mammalian cell cultures
JD Young
Current opinion in biotechnology 24 (6), 1108-1115, 2013
1082013
xCT (SLC7A11)-mediated metabolic reprogramming promotes non-small cell lung cancer progression
X Ji, J Qian, SMJ Rahman, PJ Siska, Y Zou, BK Harris, MD Hoeksema, ...
Oncogene 37 (36), 5007-5019, 2018
1022018
Enhanced synthesis of saturated phospholipids is associated with ER stress and lipotoxicity in palmitate treated hepatic cells [S]
AK Leamy, RA Egnatchik, M Shiota, PT Ivanova, DS Myers, HA Brown, ...
Journal of lipid research 55 (7), 1478-1488, 2014
892014
Isotopically nonstationary 13C flux analysis of Myc-induced metabolic reprogramming in B-cells
TA Murphy, CV Dang, JD Young
Metabolic engineering 15, 206-217, 2013
882013
Integrating cybernetic modeling with pathway analysis provides a dynamic, systems‐level description of metabolic control
JD Young, KL Henne, JA Morgan, AE Konopka, D Ramkrishna
Biotechnology and bioengineering 100 (3), 542-559, 2008
812008
Carbon and nitrogen provisions alter the metabolic flux in developing soybean embryos
DK Allen, JD Young
Plant Physiology 161 (3), 1458-1475, 2013
762013
Effect of anaplerotic fluxes and amino acid availability on hepatic lipoapoptosis
Y Noguchi, JD Young, JO Aleman, ME Hansen, JK Kelleher, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (48), 33425-33436, 2009
742009
Oncogenic KRAS and BRAF drive metabolic reprogramming in colorectal cancer
JE Hutton, X Wang, LJ Zimmerman, RJC Slebos, IA Trenary, JD Young, ...
Molecular & cellular proteomics 15 (9), 2924-2938, 2016
692016
On the matching and proportional laws of cybernetic models
JD Young, D Ramkrishna
Biotechnology Progress 23 (1), 83-99, 2007
622007
Fluxomers: a new approach for 13 C metabolic flux analysis
O Srour, JD Young, YC Eldar
BMC systems biology 5 (1), 1-14, 2011
612011
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