Many of the papers in this section are
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The productivity and accomplishments of any group of investigators
can be measured by the number of publications from the research group.
Many of the publications by the MGH Burn Research Center investigators
are published in the most highly-respected peer-reviewed journals,
including the American Journal of Physiology,
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,
Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental,
The New England Journal of Medicine,
The Journal of the American Medical Association
and The Lancet.
Note the link to PubMed on the left. Many of the publications listed
in this section are available as abstracts and in their entirety on
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Evolution of the science has resulted in the evolution of the organization and structure
of the Center awarded starting June 1, 2013. The new Center has a much greater emphasis
on transcriptional regulation of metabolism with a reduced focus on conditionally
essential amino acids. This restructuring supports the utilization of multiple new
and unique reagents and resources, including a uniquely designed murine microarray,
unique knockout and transgenic murine models highly relevant to our research, selected
antibodies directed against specific phosphoserine sites of IRS1/2, the human skeletal
muscle transcriptome data, and new computational methodologies and models.
Our newest publications will be listed here as we work to develop or employ
several novel methodologies, tool, and technologies to explore the inflammatory-induced
changes in skeletal muscle metabolism after burn injury