Dr Sarah Kim

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
ANZAC Research Institute

Telephone +61 2 9767 9132
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Journals

  • Kim, S., Foong, D., Cooper, M., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2018). Comparison of blood sampling methods for plasma corticosterone measurements in mice associated with minimal stress-related artefacts. Steroids, 135, 69-72. [More Information]
  • Yu, J., Lv, Y., Di, W., Liu, J., Kong, X., Sheng, Y., Huang, M., Lv, S., Qi, H., Gao, M., Kim, S., Zhou, H., et al (2018). MiR-27b-3p Regulation in Browning of Human Visceral Adipose Related to Central Obesity. Obesity, 26(2), 387-396. [More Information]
  • Henneicke, H., Li, J., Kim, S., Gasparini, S., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2017). Chronic mild stress causes bone loss via an osteoblast-specific glucocorticoid-dependent mechanism. Endocrinology, 158(6), 1939-1950. [More Information]
  • Gasparini, S., Weber, M., Henneicke, H., Kim, S., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2016). Continuous corticosterone delivery via the drinking water or pellet implantation: A comparative study in mice. Steroids, 116, 76-82. [More Information]
  • Tu, J., Zhang, Y., Kim, S., Wiebe, E., Spies, C., Buttgereit, F., Cooper, M., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2016). Transgenic Disruption of Glucocorticoid Signaling in Osteoblasts Attenuates Joint Inflammation in Collagen Antibody-Induced Arthritis. American Journal of Pathology, 186(5), 1293-1301. [More Information]
  • Zheng, Y., Chow, S., Boernert, K., Basel, D., Mikuscheva, A., Kim, S., Fong�?Yee, C., Trivedi, T., Buttgereit, F., Sutherland, R., Dunstan, C., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2014). Direct Crosstalk Between Cancer and Osteoblast Lineage Cells Fuels Metastatic Growth in Bone via Auto-Amplification of IL-6 and RANKL Signaling Pathways. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 29(9), 1938-1949. [More Information]
  • Zheng, Y., Basel, D., Chow, S., Fong-Yee, C., Kim, S., Buttgereit, F., Dunstan, C., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2014). Targeting IL-6 and RANKL signaling inhibits prostate cancer growth in bone. Clinical and Experimental Metastasis, 31(8), 921-933. [More Information]

2018

  • Kim, S., Foong, D., Cooper, M., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2018). Comparison of blood sampling methods for plasma corticosterone measurements in mice associated with minimal stress-related artefacts. Steroids, 135, 69-72. [More Information]
  • Yu, J., Lv, Y., Di, W., Liu, J., Kong, X., Sheng, Y., Huang, M., Lv, S., Qi, H., Gao, M., Kim, S., Zhou, H., et al (2018). MiR-27b-3p Regulation in Browning of Human Visceral Adipose Related to Central Obesity. Obesity, 26(2), 387-396. [More Information]

2017

  • Henneicke, H., Li, J., Kim, S., Gasparini, S., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2017). Chronic mild stress causes bone loss via an osteoblast-specific glucocorticoid-dependent mechanism. Endocrinology, 158(6), 1939-1950. [More Information]

2016

  • Gasparini, S., Weber, M., Henneicke, H., Kim, S., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2016). Continuous corticosterone delivery via the drinking water or pellet implantation: A comparative study in mice. Steroids, 116, 76-82. [More Information]
  • Tu, J., Zhang, Y., Kim, S., Wiebe, E., Spies, C., Buttgereit, F., Cooper, M., Seibel, M., Zhou, H. (2016). Transgenic Disruption of Glucocorticoid Signaling in Osteoblasts Attenuates Joint Inflammation in Collagen Antibody-Induced Arthritis. American Journal of Pathology, 186(5), 1293-1301. [More Information]

2014

  • Zheng, Y., Chow, S., Boernert, K., Basel, D., Mikuscheva, A., Kim, S., Fong�?Yee, C., Trivedi, T., Buttgereit, F., Sutherland, R., Dunstan, C., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2014). Direct Crosstalk Between Cancer and Osteoblast Lineage Cells Fuels Metastatic Growth in Bone via Auto-Amplification of IL-6 and RANKL Signaling Pathways. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 29(9), 1938-1949. [More Information]
  • Zheng, Y., Basel, D., Chow, S., Fong-Yee, C., Kim, S., Buttgereit, F., Dunstan, C., Zhou, H., Seibel, M. (2014). Targeting IL-6 and RANKL signaling inhibits prostate cancer growth in bone. Clinical and Experimental Metastasis, 31(8), 921-933. [More Information]

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