Amber V. Majnik, Ph.D.

Publications

  • Fu Q, North PE, Ke X, Fritz KA, Huang Y, Lane RH, Majnik AV. 2021. Adverse Maternal Environment and Postweaning Western Diet Alter Hepatic CD36 Expression and Methylation Concurrent with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Mouse Offspring. Journal of Nutrition. 151 (10): 3102-3112.
  • Ke X., Huang Y., Fu Q., Lane RH., Majnik AV. 2021. Adverse Maternal Environment Alters MicroRNA-10b-5p Expression and its Epigenetic Profile Concurrently with Impaired Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Male Mouse Hippocampus. Developmental Neuroscience. 5 (3) 1-11.
  • Ke X., Fu Q., Sterrett J., Hillard C., Lane R., Majnik A. 2020. Adverse Maternal Environment and Western Diet Impairs Cognitive Function and Alters Hippocampal Glucocorticoid Receptor Promoter Methylation in Male Mice. Physiological Reports. 8 (8): e14407.
  • Lane RH., Majnik A., Segar JL. 2019. Race in the Social-Epigenomic Regulation of Pre- and Perinatal Development- Chapter 9. Nutritional Epigenomics. 135-152.
  • Lai PY, Jing X, Michalkiewicz T, Entringer B, Ke X, Majnik A, Kriegel AJ, Liu P, Lane RH, Konduri GG. 2019. Adverse Early-Life Environment Impairs Postnatal Lung Development in Mice. Physiol Genomics. 51 (9):462-470.
  • Ke X, Fu Q, Majnik A, Cohen S, Liu Q, Lane R. 2018. Adverse Early Life Environment Induces Anxiety-like Behavior and Increases Expression of FKBP5 mRNA Splice Variants in Mouse Brain. Physiol Genomics. 50(11):973-981.
  • Spearman AD, Ke X, Fu Q, Lane RH, Majnik A. 2018 Adverse Maternal Environment Leads to Cardiac Fibrosis in Adult Male Mice. Birth Defects Research. 110 (20): 1551-1555.
  • Cohen S., Ke X., Liu Q., Fu Q., Majnik A., Lane R. 2016. Adverse Early Life Environment Increases Hippocampal Microglia Abundance in Conjunction with Decreased Neural Stem Cells in Juvenile Mice. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience. 55, 56-65.
  • Ke X., McKnight R., Gracey Maniar L., Sun Y., Callaway C., Majnik A., Lane R., Cohen S. 2015. IUGR Increases Chromatin Remodeling Factor BRG1 Expression and Binding to GR Exon 1.7 Promoter in Newborn Rat Hippocampus. American Journal of Physiology- Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 309(2): 119-27.
  • Majnik AV., Lane RH. 2015. The Relationship Between Early-Life Environment, the Epigenome and the Microbiota. Epigenomics. 7(7):1173-84.
  • Willis E., McManus P., Magallanes N., Johnson S. Majnik A. 2014. Conquering Racial Disparities in Perinatal Outcomes. Clinics in Perinatology. 41(4) 847-875.
  • Majnik A., Fu Q., Gunn V., Lane RH. 2014. Epigenetics: An Accessible Mechanism through which to Track and Responds to an Obesogenic Environment. Expert Review of Endocrinology & Metabolism. 9(6) 605-614.
  • Majnik A., Lane RH., 2014. Epigenetics: Where Environment, Society and Genetics Meet. Epigenomics. 6(1), 1-4.
  • Fu Q., McKnight R., Callaway C., Xing Y., Lane R., Majnik A. 2014. Intrauterine Growth Restriction Disrupts Developmental Epigenetics around Distal Growth Hormone Response Elements on Rat Hepatic IGF-1 Gene. FASEB Journal. 4, 1176-84.
  • Ke X., Xing B., Yu B., Yu X., Majnik A., Cohen S., Lane R., Joss-Moore L. 2014. IUGR Disrupts the PPARy Setd8-H4K20 and Wnt Signaling Pathway in the Juvenile Rat Hippocampus. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience. 38, 59-67.
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