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Andre Seale (HNFAS) co-authored a recent study on fish endocrinology, “Leptin Stimulates Cellular Glycolysis Through a STAT3-Dependent Mechanism in Tilapia,” published in Frontiers of Endocrinology.
Samir Khanal (MBBE) and co-authors, including his grad students Chayanon Sawatdeenarunat, K.C. Surendra, and Devin Takara, published an article in the highly rated journal Bioresource Technology that has attained the distinction of being one of the journal’s most frequently cited papers in the last three years!
A CTAHR scientist and his protoge describe the benefits of microaeration in anaerobic digestion process in their recent critical review research paper in Biotechnology Advances.
UH Animal Science researchers are part of a transgenic study that successfully altered pigs to produce microbial enzymes in their saliva that could make swine digestion more efficient and reduce environmental impacts of swine operations.
Mark Wright is lead author of a recent study that describes how elephants can be safely deterred from entering areas where they might do damage: with honeybee pheromones! Another research project Mark is involved in with more local applications is the use of pheromones as control agents for agricultural pests in Hawai‘i.