Ann Normann Hansen

Ann Normann Hansen


Publication year:
  1. 2022
  2. Published

    Comparative analysis of sperm DNA methylation supports evolutionary acquired epigenetic plasticity for organ speciation

    Moharrek, Farideh, Ingerslev, L. R., Altıntaş, Ali, Lundell, L., Hansen, Ann Normann, Small, Lewin Barkla, Workman, C. T. & Barrès, Romain, 2022, In: Epigenomics. 14, 21, p. 1305-1324 20 p.

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  3. 2021
  4. Published

    Ablation of DNA-methyltransferase 3A in skeletal muscle does not affect energy metabolism or exercise capacity

    Small, Lewin Barkla, Ingerslev, L. R., Manitta, Eleonora, Laker, R. C., Hansen, Ann Normann, Deeney, B., Carrie, A., Couvert, P. & Barrès, Romain, 2021, In: PLOS Genetics. 17, 1, 24 p., 1009325.

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  5. 2020
  6. Published

    Skeletal muscle enhancer interactions identify genes controlling whole-body metabolism

    Williams, K., Ingerslev, L. R., Bork-Jensen, J., Wohlwend, M., Hansen, Ann Normann, Small, Lewin Barkla, Ribel-Madsen, R., Astrup, A., Pedersen, Oluf Borbye, Auwerx, J., Workman, C. T., Grarup, Niels, Hansen, Torben & Barrès, Romain, 2020, In: Nature Communications. 11, 16 p., 2695.

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  7. 2019
  8. Published

    Overexpression of cyclooxygenase-2 in adipocytes reduces fat accumulation in inguinal white adipose tissue and hepatic steatosis in high-fat fed mice

    Danneskiold-Samsøe, Niels Banhos, Sonne, S. B., Larsen, J. M., Hansen, Ann Normann, Fjære, E., Isidor, Marie Sophie, Petersen, S., Henningsen, J., Severi, I., Sartini, L., Schobers, Y., Wolf, J., Nockhers, W. A., Wolfrum, C., Cinti, S., Sina, C., Hansen, Jacob B., Madsen, Lise, Brix, S. & Kristiansen, Karsten, 2019, In: Scientific Reports. 9, 13 p., 8979.

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  9. 2017
  10. Published

    A safflower oil based high-fat/high-sucrose diet modulates the gut microbiota and liver phospholipid profiles associated with early glucose intolerance in the absence of tissue inflammation

    Danneskiold-Samsøe, Niels Banhos, Andersen, D., Radulescu, I. D., Hansen, Ann Normann, Brejnrod, A. D., Kragh, M., Madsen, T., Nielsen, C., Josefsen, K. E., Fretté, X., Fjære, E., Madsen, Lise, Hellgren, L. I., Brix, S. & Kristiansen, Karsten, May 2017, In: Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. 61, 5, 11 p., 1600528.

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