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1-Jan-2016ChREBP Regulates Itself and Metabolic Genes Implicated in Lipid Accumulation in β-Cell LineChanachai Sae-Lee; Kanya Moolsuwan; Lawrence Chan; Naravat Poungvarin; Mahidol University; Baylor College of Medicine
1-Dec-2018Dietary Intervention Modifies DNA Methylation Age Assessed by the Epigenetic ClockChanachai Sae-Lee; Sarah Corsi; Timothy M. Barrow; Gunter G.C. Kuhnle; Valentina Bollati; John C. Mathers; Hyang Min Byun; University of Sunderland; Università degli Studi di Milano; University of Reading; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; Newcastle University, United Kingdom
1-Jan-2020DNA methylation patterns of LINE-1 and Alu for pre-symptomatic dementia in type 2 diabetesChanachai Sae-Lee; Julien De Biasi; Natassia Robinson; Timothy M. Barrow; John C. Mathers; Georgios Koutsidis; Hyang Min Byun; University of Sunderland; University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Faculty of Medical Sciences; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; Newcastle University, United Kingdom; University of Northumbria
1-Jan-2020Elevated serum mitochondrial DNA in females and lack of altered platelet mitochondrial methylation in patients with Parkinson´s diseaseAmit Sharma; Simon T. Schaefer; Chanachai Sae-Lee; Hyang Min Byun; Ullrich Wüllner; Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen e.V.; Universitäts-Klinikum Bonn und Medizinische Fakultät; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; Newcastle University, United Kingdom; Klinikum der Universität München
1-Jun-2015Genome-wide analysis of ChREBP binding sites on male mouse liver and white adipose chromatinNaravat Poungvarin; Benny Chang; Minako Imamura; Junsheng Chen; Kanya Moolsuwan; Chanachai Sae-Lee; Wei Li; Lawrence Chan; Baylor College of Medicine; Mahidol University; Riken; Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center
15-Jan-2019Psychosocial stress is associated with benign breast disease in young Chinese women: results from Project ELEFANTTimothy M. Barrow; Cheng Peng; Ander Wilson; Hao Wang; Hongbin Liu; Lilin Shen; Nai jun Tang; Chanachai Sae-Lee; Peng hui Li; Liqiong Guo; Hyang Min Byun; University of Sunderland; Tianjin University of Technology; Tianjin Medical University; Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University; Colorado State University; Newcastle University, United Kingdom; Harvard Medical School; Tianjin Municipal Research Institute for Family Planning