Publications list for Dr Kim Sally Bell-Anderson

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011


  • Bell, K., Gray, R., Munns, D., Petocz, P., Howard, G., Colagiuri, S., Brand-Miller, J. (2014), Estimating insulin demand for protein-containing foods using the food insulin index. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 68(9), 1055-1059. [Abstract]
  • Knights, A., Funnell, A., Pearson, R., Crossley, M., Bell-Anderson, K. (2014), Adipokines and insulin action: A sensitive issue. Adipocyte. 3(2), 88-96. [Abstract]
  • Sullivan, M., Aroney, S., Li, S., Warren, F., Joo, J., Mak, K., Stapleton, D., Bell-Anderson, K., Gilbert, R. (2014), Changes in glycogen structure over feeding cycle sheds new light on blood-glucose control. Biomacromolecules. 15(2), 660-665. [Abstract]
  • Liu, M., Montgomery, M., Fiveash, C., Osborne, B., Cooney, G., Bell-Anderson, K., Turner, N. (2014), PPARα-independent actions of omega-3 PUFAs contribute to their beneficial effects on adiposity and glucose homeostasis. Scientific Reports. 4, 5538. [Abstract]


  • Funnell, A., Mak, K., Twine, N., Pelka, G., Norton, L., Radziewic, T., Power, M., Wilkins, M., Bell-Anderson, K., Fraser, S., Perkins, A., Tam, P., Pearson, R., Crossley, M. (2013), Generation of mice deficient in both KLF3/BKLF and KLF8 reveals a genetic interaction and a role for these factors in embryonic globin gene silencing. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 33(15), 2976-2987. [Abstract]
  • Bell-Anderson, K., Funnell, A., Williams, H., Jusoh, H., Scully, T., Lim, W., Burdach, J., Mak, K., Knights, A., Hoy, A., Nicholas, H., Sainsbury, A., Turner, N., Pearson, R., Crossley, M. (2013), Loss of Kruppel-like Factor 3 (KLF3/BKLF) leads to upregulation of the insulin-sensitizing factor adipolin (FAM132A/CTRP12/C1qdc2). Diabetes. 62(8), 2728-2737. [Abstract]


  • Funnell, A., Norton, L., Mak, K., Burdach, J., Artuz, C., Twine, N., Wilkins, M., Power, C., Hung, T., Perdomo, J., Koh, P., Bell-Anderson, K., Orkin, S., Fraser, S., Perkins, A., Pearson, R., Crossley, M. (2012), The CACCC-binding protein KLF3/BKLF represses a subset of KLF1/EKLF target genes and is required for proper erythroid maturation in vivo. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 32(16), 3281-3292. [Abstract]


  • Bell-Anderson, K., Aouad, L., Williams, H., Sanz, F., Phuyal, J., Larter, C., Farrell, G., Caterson, I. (2011), Coordinated improvement in glucose tolerance, liver steatosis and obesity-associated inflammation by cannabinoid 1 receptor antagonism in fat Aussie mice. International journal of obesity (2005). 35(12), 1539-48. [Abstract]