|Effect of calorie restriction on the metabolic history of chronologically aging yeast|
AA Goldberg, SD Bourque, P Kyryakov, C Gregg, T Boukh-Viner, A Beach, ...
Experimental gerontology 44 (9), 555-571, 2009
|Chemical genetic screen identifies lithocholic acid as an anti-aging compound that extends yeast chronological life span in a TOR-independent manner, by modulating housekeeping …|
AA Goldberg, VR Richard, P Kyryakov, SD Bourque, A Beach, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 2 (7), 393, 2010
|Dynamics and regulation of lipid droplet formation in lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-stimulated microglia|
A Khatchadourian, SD Bourque, VR Richard, VI Titorenko, D Maysinger
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids …, 2012
|A novel function of lipid droplets in regulating longevity|
AA Goldberg, SD Bourque, P Kyryakov, T Boukh-Viner, C Gregg, A Beach, ...
Biochemical Society Transactions 37 (5), 1050-1055, 2009
|Caloric restriction extends yeast chronological lifespan by altering a pattern of age-related changes in trehalose concentration|
P Kyryakov, A Beach, VR Richard, MT Burstein, A Leonov, S Levy, ...
Frontiers in physiology 3, 256, 2012
|Macromitophagy is a longevity assurance process that in chronologically aging yeast limited in calorie supply sustains functional mitochondria and maintains cellular lipid …|
VR Richard, A Leonov, A Beach, MT Burstein, O Koupaki, A Gomez-Perez, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 5 (4), 234, 2013
|Integration of peroxisomes into an endomembrane system that governs cellular aging|
A Beach, MT Burstein, VR Richard, A Leonov, S Levy, VI Titorenko
Frontiers in Physiology 3, 283, 2012
|Targeted and untargeted proteomics approaches in biomarker development|
CA Sobsey, S Ibrahim, VR Richard, V Gaspar, G Mitsa, V Lacasse, ...
Proteomics 20 (9), 1900029, 2020
|A unique morphological phenotype in chemoresistant triple-negative breast cancer reveals metabolic reprogramming and PLIN4 expression as a molecular vulnerability|
I Sirois, A Aguilar-Mahecha, J Lafleur, E Fowler, V Vu, M Scriver, ...
Molecular Cancer Research 17 (12), 2492-2507, 2019
|Macromitophagy, neutral lipids synthesis, and peroxisomal fatty acid oxidation protect yeast from “liponecrosis”, a previously unknown form of programmed cell death|
S Sheibani, V Richard, A Beach, A Leonov, R Feldman, S Mattie, ...
Cell Cycle 13 (1), 138-147, 2014
|Lithocholic acid extends longevity of chronologically aging yeast only if added at certain critical periods of their lifespan|
MT Burstein, P Kyryakov, A Beach, VR Richard, O Koupaki, ...
Cell Cycle 11 (18), 3443-3462, 2012
|Mechanism of liponecrosis, a distinct mode of programmed cell death|
VR Richard, A Beach, A Piano, A Leonov, R Feldman, MT Burstein, ...
Cell Cycle 13 (23), 3707-3726, 2014
|Mitochondrial membrane lipidome defines yeast longevity|
A Beach, VR Richard, A Leonov, MT Burstein, SD Bourque, O Koupaki, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 5 (7), 551, 2013
|Lithocholic bile acid accumulated in yeast mitochondria orchestrates a development of an anti-aging cellular pattern by causing age-related changes in cellular proteome|
A Beach, VR Richard, S Bourque, T Boukh-Viner, P Kyryakov, ...
Cell Cycle 14 (11), 1643-1656, 2015
|Caloric restriction delays yeast chronological aging by remodeling carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, altering peroxisomal and mitochondrial functionalities, and postponing the …|
A Arlia-Ciommo, A Leonov, A Beach, VR Richard, SD Bourque, ...
Oncotarget 9 (22), 16163, 2018
|Molecular phenotyping of laboratory mouse strains using 500 multiple reaction monitoring mass spectrometry plasma assays|
SA Michaud, NJ Sinclair, H Pětrošová, AL Palmer, AJ Pistawka, S Zhang, ...
Communications Biology 1 (1), 78, 2018
|An online 2D-reversed-phase–Reversed-phase chromatographic method for sensitive and robust plasma protein quantitation|
VR Richard, D Domanski, AJ Percy, CH Borchers
Journal of proteomics 168, 28-36, 2017
|Metabolomic and lipidomic analyses of chronologically aging yeast|
VR Richard, SD Bourque, VI Titorenko
Yeast Genetics: Methods and Protocols, 359-373, 2014
|Interspecies chemical signals released into the environment may create xenohormetic, hormetic and cytostatic selective forces that drive the ecosystemic evolution of longevity …|
MT Burstein, A Beach, VR Richard, O Koupaki, A Gomez-Perez, ...
Dose-Response 10 (1), dose-response. 11-011. Titorenko, 2012
|Mechanisms through which lithocholic acid delays yeast chronological aging under caloric restriction conditions|
A Arlia-Ciommo, A Leonov, K Mohammad, A Beach, VR Richard, ...
Oncotarget 9 (79), 34945, 2018