Doug Braymer, Ph.D.
LSU System Vice President of Academic Affairs Emeritus
Dietary Obesity Laboratory
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1960, Biochemistry
Dr. Braymer collaborates with the Experimental Obesity Laboratory, studies of which include the mechanisms through which the pentapeptide enterostatin regulates dietary fat intake, and exploring the role dietary fat plays in the induction of leptin resistance and its role in the development of dietary obesity.
Lin, L, H.D. Braymer and D.A. York. Procolipase gene and enterostatin expression in the rat brain. FASEB, 2002.
Schaffhauser, A.O., A.M. Madiehe, H.D. Braymer, G.A. Bray and D.A. York. Effects of a High-Fat Diet on Hypothalamic Gene Expression in Osborne-Mendel and S5B/PI Rats. Obesity Research, 10:1188-1196, 2002.
Wu, Y.J., D. Hughes, L. Lin, D.H. Braymer, and D.A. York. Comparative study of enterostatin sequence in five rat strains and enterostatin binding proteins in rat and chicken serum. Peptides, 23:537-44, 2002.
Madiehe, A.M., Ling Lin, H.D. Braymer, G.A. Bray, and D.A. York. Constitutive activation of STAT-3 and downregulation of SOCS-3 expression induced by adrenalectomy. Am. J. Physiol. Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 281:R2048-R2058, 2001.
Wu, Y.J., L. Lin, H.D. Braymer, G.A. Bray and D.A. York. Identification of enterostatin binding proteins in rat serum. FASEB J 15(4):A76, 2001.