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The small leucine-rich proteoglycan, biglycan, is highly expressed in adipose tissue of psammomys obesus and is associated with obesity and type 2 diabetes

K. Bolton, D. Segal, K. Walder

2012 / Vol. 6, pp. 67 - 72 / Biologics: targets and therapy

Cxs741, a novel secreted protein involved in the pathogenesis of obesity and type 2 diabetes

K. Bolton, D. Segal, J. McMillan, A. Sanigorski, I. Broz, K. Walder, J. Jowett, L. Heilbronn, L. Campbell, D. Chisolm, G. Collier

2006 / Ico 2006 : progress in obesity research 10 : proceedings of the 10th international congress on obesityational congress on obesity abstract book

Identification of novel secretory and membrane bound proteins from the liver of psammomys obesus

K. Bozaoglu, K. Bolton, D. Segal, J. McMillan, Y. Gao, A. Sanigorski, S. Todd, I. Broz, L. Smith, G. Collier, K. Walder

2005 / Ads & adea 2005 : Australian diabetes society and Australian diabetes educators association annual scientific meeting