Simon Mwangi

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Phone: 404-321-6111

Email: smwangi@emory.edu

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Senior Research Associate

SOM: Medicine: Digestive Dis

School Of Medicine

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Works 1-10 of 10

Article

Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor increases beta cell mass and improves glucose tolerance

by Simon Mwangi; Mallappa Anitha; Chaithanya Mallikarjun; Xiaokun Ding; Manami Hara; Alexander Parsadanian; Christian P Larsen; Peter Martin Thule; Shanthi V. Sitaraman; Frank A Anania; Shanthi Srinivasan

2008

Article

BMP2 promotes differentiation of nitrergic and catecholaminergic enteric neurons through a Smad1-dependent pathway

by Mallappa Anitha; Nikrad Shahnavaz; Emad Qayed; Irene Joseph; Gudrun Gossrau; Simon Mwangi; Shanthi V. Sitaraman; James G Greene; Shanthi Srinivasan

2010

Article

Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor enhances human islet posttransplantation survival

by Simon Mwangi; Yousef Usta; Nikrad Shahnavaz; Irene Joseph; Jose G Avila; Jose Cano; Veerappa K. Chetty; Christian P Larsen; Shanthi V. Sitaraman; Shanthi Srinivasan

2011

Article

Intestinal Dysbiosis Contributes to the Delayed Gastrointestinal Transit in High-Fat Diet Fed Mice

by Mallappa Anitha; François Reichardt; Sahar Tabatabavakili; Behtash Ghazi Nezami; Benoit Chassaing; Simon Mwangi; Matam Vijay-Kumar; Andrew Gewirtz; Shanthi Srinivasan

2016