prof. dr. A.J.W. (Anton) Scheurink

Professor in Neuroendocrinology

prof. dr. A.J.W. (Anton) Scheurink


Research units:

  1. 2003
  2. Scheurink, A. (2003). Translating learning goals into a practical model. In Alternatives to the use of animals in higher education ATLA.
  3. 2002
  4. Scheurink, A. J. W., & Visser, G. H. (2002). Hormonal and metabolic consequences of a high physical workload. In P. G. M. Luiten, F. M. van der Veen, F. Zwarts, GJ. ter Horst, K. Biber, & R. Visser (Eds.), BCN Annual Report 1999-2000-2001 (pp. 138 - 140). University of Groningen.
  5. Adan, R. A. H., & Scheurink, A. J. W. (2002). Role of the leptin signaling system in energy homeostasis. In H. Vaudry, H. J. T. Goos, R. K. Rastogi, & R. Pierantoni (Eds.), Perspective in Comparative Endocrinology: Unity and Diversity. (pp. 693 - 701)
  6. 2001
  7. Steffens, AB., Adage, T., De Vries, K., Adan, R., Scheurink, A., & Van Dijk, G. (2001). Role of the leptin signaling system in energy homeostasis. In H. Vaudry, H. J. T. Goos, R. K. Rastogi, & R. Pierantoni (Eds.), PERSPECTIVE IN COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY: UNITY AND DIVERSITY (pp. 693-701). MEDIMOND PUBLISHING CO.
  8. 2000
  9. Scheurink, A. (2000). Computer ondersteund onderwijs in de Biologie. In O. Hokwerda (Ed.), Een duwtje in de RuG: Drie jaar Kwaliteit en Studeerbaarheidsprojecten University of Groningen.
  10. 1999
  11. Benthem, L., Kuipers, F., Steffens, A. B., & Scheurink, A. J. W. (1999). Excessive portal venous supply of long-chain free fatty acids to the liver, leading to hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal-axis and sympathetic activation as a key to the development of Syndrome X - A proposed concept for the induction of Syndrome X: A proposed concept for the induction of syndrome X . In BC. Hansen, J. Saye, & LP. Wennogle (Eds.), The Metabolic Syndrome X: Convergence of Insulin Resistance, Glucose Intolerance, Hypertension, Obesity, and Dyslipidemias‐Searching for the Underlying Defects (pp. 308-311). (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; Vol. 892). New York Academy of Sciences.
  12. Scheurink, A. J. W., & Sodersten, P. A. (1999). Central nervous control of energy balance during exercise: physiological and pathological mechanisms. In A. B. Steffens, M. S. Westerterp-Plantenga, & A. Tremblay (Eds.), Regulation of food intake and energy expenditure. (pp. 159 - 190)
  13. 1998
  14. Scheurink, A. J. W. (1998). Role of hepatic nerves in the control of normoglycaemie. In D. Haussinger, & K. Jungermann (Eds.), Liver and Nervous System (pp. 55 - 64). Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  15. 1996
  16. Scheurink, A. J. W., de Boer, S. F., van Dijk, G., & Steffens, A. (1996). Central and peripheral mechanisms involved in the regulation of sympathoadrenal outflow. In R. McCarty, G. Aguilera, E. L. Sabban, & R. Kvetnansky (Eds.), STRESS - MOLECULAR GENETIC AND NEUROBIOLOGICAL ADVANCES, VOLS 1 AMD 2 (pp. 227 - 241). Harwood Academic Publishers.
  17. Scheurink, A. J. W. (1996). Contribution of the hepatic nerves to the maintenance of normoglycaemia in rats. In T. Shimazu, (Ed.), Liver innervation and the neural control of hepatic function. (pp. 133 - 144). Wiley.
  18. Ahren, B., Lindfeldt, J., Balkan, B., van Dijk, G., Scheurink, A. J. W., & Steffens, A. (1996). Hepatic nerves and glucose metabolism during exercise in the rat. In T. Shimazu, (Ed.), Liver innervation and the neural control of hepatic function. (pp. 127-133). John Libbey & Comp. Ltd..
  19. 1994
  20. Scheurink, A. (1994). Neurale regulatie van de energiehuishouding. In PH. Franses, A. Klein, J. Kuppeveld, & J. vd Zee (Eds.), Van frictie tot wetenschap (pp. 55-64). Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
  21. Scheurink, A. (1994). Neuroscience of energy substrate homeostasis. In M. Westerterp-Plantenga, & A. Steffens (Eds.), Food intake and energy expenditure (pp. 83-101). CRC Press.
  22. 1993
  24. 1992
  25. Steffens, A., Strubbe, J., & Scheurink, A. (1992). Circadian rhythmycity in autonomic nervous system functioning. In K. Nagai, & H. Nakagawa (Eds.), Central regulation of energy metabolism with special reference to circadian rhythm (pp. 241-247). CRC Press.
  26. 1991
  27. Steffens, A. B., Scheurink, A. J. W., & Balkan, B. (1991). Autonomic functions during exercise. In H. Rollema, B. H. C. Westerink, & W. J. Drijfhout (Eds.), Monitoring Moloecules in Neuroscience (pp. 160-163). UNIV CTR PHARMACY.
  28. Steffens, A., Scheurink, A., & Balkan, B. (1991). Hypothalamic control of fatty acid metabolism. In Progress in Obesity Research (pp. 75-81). John Libbey & Comp. Ltd..
  29. Steffens, A., Strubbe, J., Scheurink, A., & Balkan, B. (1991). Neuroendocrine activity during food intake modulates secretion of the endocrine pancreas and contributes to the regulation of body weight. In Friedman, Tordoff, & Kare (Eds.), Chemical senses: Appetite and nutrition (Vol. 4, pp. 405-427). [20] Marcel Dekker.
  30. Scheurink, A. (1991). Neurotransmitters involved in the neural circuits important to nutrient regulation. In H. Rifkin, JA. Colwell, & SI. Taylor (Eds.), Diabetes 1991 (pp. 124-127). Elsevier Science.
  31. Steffens, A., & Scheurink, A. (1991). Sympathetic nervous system affects substrate release in exercing rats. In M. Yoshikawa, M. Uono, T. Hitoshi, & S. Ishikawa (Eds.), New trends in autonomic nervous system research: Basic and clinical integration (pp. 457-462). Elsevier Science.
  32. 1987
  33. Bohus, B., Benus, R. F., Fokkema, D. S., Koolhaas, J. M., Nyakas, C., van Oortmerssen, G. A., Prins, A. J. A., de Ruiter, A. J. H., Scheurink, A. J. W., & Steffens, A. B. (1987). Neuroendocrine states and behavioral and physiological stress responses. In E. R. de Kloet, V. M. Wiegant, & D. de Wied (Eds.), Neuropeptides and Brain Function (Vol. 72, pp. 57-70). (Progress in Brain Research).
  34. Bohus, B., Koolhaas, J., Nyakas, C., Steffens, A., Fokkema, D., & Scheurink, A. (1987). Physiology of stress: a behavioral review. In P. Wiepkema, & PMW. van Adrichem (Eds.), Biology of Stress in Farm Animals: An Integrative Approach (pp. 55-70). Martinus Nijhoff.

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