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 Research Activities        Publications       Curriculum Vitae

Dardevet D,  L Mosoni, J David, Polakof S. Fructose feeding during the postabsorptive state alters body composition and spare nitrogen in protein-energy restricted old rats. J Nutr In press

Polakof S, D Rémond, J David, D Dardevet, I Savary-Auzeloux. Time-course changes in circulating branched-chain amino acid levels and metabolism in obese Yucatan minipig? Nutrition, 2017, IF= 3.420    In press

Zabek A, Paslawski R, Paslawska U, Wojtowicz W, Drozdz K, Polakof S, Podhorska M, Dziegiel P, Mlynarz P, Szuba A  The influence of different diets on metabolism and atherosclerosis processes - a porcine model. Blood serum, urine and tissues 1H NMR metabolomics targeted analysis. PlosONE,2017, Oct 9;12(10):e0184798  IF= 2.806

Revel A, M Jarzaguet, MA Peyron, I Papet, N Hafnaoui, C Migné, L Mosoni, S Polakof, I Savary-Auzeloux, D Rémond and D Dardevet. At same leucine intake, a whey/plant protein blend is not as effective as whey to initiate a transient post prandial muscle anabolic response during a catabolic state in mini pigs. PlosONE, 2017, Oct 18;12(10):e0186204  IF= 2.806

Polakof S, D Dardevet, M Larquier, L Mosoni,  E Gatineau, JF Martin, E Pujos-Guillot, A Mazur, B Comte The time course of molecular and metabolic events in the development of insulin resistance in fructose-fed rats. J Proteome Res. 2016 Jun 3;15(6):1862-74 IF=4.268

Polakof S; D Rémond; A Bernalier-Donadille; M Rambeau; E Pujos-Guillot; B Comte; D Dardevet; I Savary-Auzeloux.  Metabolic adaptations to HFHS overfeeding: How whole body and tissues postprandial metabolic flexibility adapt in Yucatan mini-pigs" European Journal of Nutrition 2016   IF= 4.37 In press

Polakof S, Panserat S. How Tom Moon's research highlighted the question of glucose tolerance in carnivorous fish.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, part B. Nov 3. pii: S1096-4959(15)00188-8      IF=1.651

Polakof S, ME Diaz-Rubio, D Dardevet, JF Martin, E Pujos-Guillot, A Scalbert, JL Sebedio, A Mazur, and B Comte Resistant starch intake partly restores metabolic and inflammatory alterations in the liver of high-fat diet fed rats. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, 2013, 24,  Issue: 11, 1920-30  IF=  4.592

Sébédio JL et  Polakof S. Biomarkers of metabolic dysfunction: approaches, applications and perspectives. In: Metabolomics as a tool in nutritional research, Eds: JL Sébédio, L. Brennan. Woodhead Publishing. 2014. p145-161

Polakof S, Rémond D, Rambeau M, Pujos-Guillot E, Sébédio J-L, Dardevet D, Comte B, and Savary-Auzeloux I. Postprandial metabolic events in mini-pigs: new insights from a combined approach using plasma metabolomics, tissue gene expression, and enzyme activity. Metabolomics 1-16, 2014.

Panserat S, Rideau N, and Polakof S. Nutritional regulation of glucokinase: a cross-species story. Nutr Res Rev 27: 21-47, 2014.

Polakof S, Diaz-Rubio ME, Dardevet D, Martin JF, Pujos-Guillot E, Scalbert A, Sebedio JL, Mazur A, and Comte B. Resistant starch intake partly restores metabolic and inflammatory alterations in the liver of high-fat-diet-fed rats. J Nutr Biochem 24: 1920-1930, 2013.