Obinski R*, Sieber MH*, and Spradling AC (In Press Developmental Cell September 13th 2018) Dietary lipids modulate Notch signaling and influence adult intestinal development and metabolism in Drosophila
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Kniazeva M, Sieber MH, McCauley S, Zhang K, Watts JL, and Han M. (2003) "Suppression of the ELO-2 FA elongation activity results in alterations of the fatty acid composition and multiple physiological defects, including abnormal ultradian rhythms, in Caenorhabditis elegans." Genetics 163, 159-169.
Kniazeva M, Crawford QT, Sieber MH, Wang CY, and Han M (2004) "Monomethyl branched-chain fatty acids play an essential role in Caenorhabditis elegans development." PLoS Biology 2, E257.
Tucker M, Sieber MH, Morphew M, and Han M. (2005) "The Caenorhabditis elegans aristaless orthologue, alr-1, is required for maintaining the functional structural integrity of the amphid sensory organs." Molecular Biology of the Cell 16, 4695-4704.
Sieber MH and Thummel CS (2009) (Cover article) "The DHR96 nuclear receptor controls triacylglycerol homeostasis in Drosophila." Cell Metabolism 10, 481-490. (Commentary by) Kuhnlein, R.P. (2009) "Putting the brakes on dietary fat breakdown." Cell Metabolism 10(6), 438-439.
Sieber MH and Thummel CS (2012) "Coordination of triacylglycerol and cholesterol homeostasis byDHR96 and the Drosophila LipA homolog magro." Cell Metabolism 15(1), 122-127.
Tennessen JM, Bertagnolli NM, Evans J, Sieber MH, Cox J, Thummel CS (2014) "Coordinated metabolic transitions during Drosophila embryogenesis and the onset of aerobic glycolysis." G3 4(5), 839-850.
Sieber MH and Spradling AC (2015) "Steroid signaling establishes a female metabolic state and regulates SREBP to control oocyte lipid accumulation." Current Biology 25(8), 993-1004.
Sieber MH, Thomsen MB, and Spradling AC (2016) "Electron transport chain remodeling by GSK3 during oogenesis connects nutrient state to reproduction." Cell 164(3), 420-432.
Sieber MH, Spradling AC (2017) “The role of Metabolic states in Development and Disease” Current Opinions in Genetics and Development 45, 58-68