Kim Ravnskjaer
TitleCited byYear
A fasting inducible switch modulates gluconeogenesis via activator/coactivator exchange
Y Liu, R Dentin, D Chen, S Hedrick, K Ravnskjaer, S Schenk, J Milne, ...
Nature 456 (7219), 269, 2008
4802008
Class IIa histone deacetylases are hormone-activated regulators of FOXO and mammalian glucose homeostasis
MM Mihaylova, DS Vasquez, K Ravnskjaer, PD Denechaud, TY Ruth, ...
Cell 145 (4), 607-621, 2011
4032011
Cooperative interactions between CBP and TORC2 confer selectivity to CREB target gene expression
K Ravnskjaer, H Kester, Y Liu, X Zhang, D Lee, JR Yates, M Montminy
The EMBO journal 26 (12), 2880-2889, 2007
1642007
Targeted disruption of the CREB coactivator Crtc2 increases insulin sensitivity
Y Wang, H Inoue, K Ravnskjaer, K Viste, N Miller, Y Liu, S Hedrick, L Vera, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (7), 3087-3092, 2010
1252010
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α (PPARα) potentiates, whereas PPARγ attenuates, glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in pancreatic β-cells
K Ravnskjaer, M Boergesen, B Rubi, JK Larsen, T Nielsen, J Fridriksson, ...
Endocrinology 146 (8), 3266-3276, 2005
1062005
Glucose-induced repression of PPARα gene expression in pancreatic β-cells involves PP2A activation and AMPK inactivation
K Ravnskjaer, M Boergesen, LT Dalgaard, S Mandrup
Journal of molecular endocrinology 36 (2), 289-299, 2006
882006
PPARδ is a fatty acid sensor that enhances mitochondrial oxidation in insulin-secreting cells and protects against fatty acid-induced dysfunction
K Ravnskjaer, F Frigerio, M Boergesen, T Nielsen, P Maechler, ...
Journal of lipid research 51 (6), 1370-1379, 2010
742010
Pancreatic β-cell lipotoxicity induced by overexpression of hormone-sensitive lipase
MS Winzell, H Svensson, S Enerbäck, K Ravnskjaer, S Mandrup, V Esser, ...
Diabetes 52 (8), 2057-2065, 2003
722003
Glucagon regulates gluconeogenesis through KAT2B-and WDR5-mediated epigenetic effects
K Ravnskjaer, MF Hogan, D Lackey, L Tora, SYR Dent, J Olefsky, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 123 (10), 4318-4328, 2013
552013
Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α (PPARα) protects against oleate-induced INS-1E beta cell dysfunction by preserving carbohydrate metabolism
F Frigerio, T Brun, C Bartley, A Usardi, D Bosco, K Ravnskjaer, S Mandrup, ...
Diabetologia 53 (2), 331, 2010
442010
Role of the cAMP pathway in glucose and lipid metabolism
K Ravnskjaer, A Madiraju, M Montminy
Metabolic Control, 29-49, 2015
332015
Hepatic insulin resistance following chronic activation of the CREB coactivator CRTC2
MF Hogan, K Ravnskjaer, S Matsumura, MO Huising, RL Hull, SE Kahn, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (43), 25997-26006, 2015
142015
Transcriptional regulation of Hepatic Stellate Cell activation in NASH
AB Marcher, SM Bendixen, MK Terkelsen, SS Hohmann, MH Hansen, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 2324, 2019
52019
Keystone Symposia on Epigenomics and Chromatin Dynamics: Keystone resort, CO, January 17–22, 2012
K Ravnskjaer
epigenetics 7 (5), 522-523, 2012
22012
Modulation of histone deacetylases for the treatment of metabolic disease, methods and compositions related thereto
RJ Shaw, M Mihaylova, MR Montminy, K Ravnskjaer, B Wang
US Patent App. 13/640,261, 2014
2014
Top (Index), File: 17476304. pdf
K Ravnskjaer, H Kester, Y Liu, X Zhang, D Lee, JRY III, M Montminy
The EMBO Journal 26 (12), 2881, 2007
2007
Activation of PPARd and RXRa stimulates fatty acid oxidatin and insulin secretion inpancreatic beta-cells
M Børgesen, K Ravnskjær, F Frigerio, AE Karlsen, P Maechler, ...
Keystone Symposia-Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Risk, 2007
2007
PPARd IS A LIPID SENSOR AND A REGULATOR OF FATTY ACID OXIDATION IN PANCREATIC β-CELLS
K Ravnskjær, T Nielsen, M Børgesen, S Mandrup
2005
The Sterol Regulatory Element Binding Protein Regulates a Subset of Lipogenic Genes in Pancreatic Beta-Cells
M BOYSEN, J FRIDRIKSSON, KIM RAVNSKJAER, S MANDRUP
Diabetes 52, 2003
2003
transcriptional regulation of Hepatic stellate Cell activation in NAsH
K Ravnskjaer
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