Dr. Merritt’s complete list of publications can be found at: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=XZDz-aEAAAAJ&hl=en
(Merritt, Burgess et al. 2006, Merritt, Harrison et al. 2007, Merritt, Harrison et al. 2007, Merritt, Harrison et al. 2008, Moreno, Sabelhaus et al. 2010, Lumata, Jindal et al. 2011, Lumata, Ratnakar et al. 2011, Merritt, Harrison et al. 2011, Harrison, Yang et al. 2012, Lumata, Merritt et al. 2013, Comment and Merritt 2014, Purmal, Kucejova et al. 2014, Yang, Ko et al. 2014, Lumata, Yang et al. 2015, Moreno, Moore et al. 2015, Bastiaansen, Merritt et al. 2016, Ragavan, Kirpich et al. 2017)
Bastiaansen, J. A. M., M. E. Merritt and A. Comment (2016). “Measuring changes in substrate utilization in the myocardium in response to fasting using hyperpolarized [1-13C] butyrate and [1-13C] pyruvate.” Scientific reports 6.
Comment, A. and M. E. Merritt (2014). “Hyperpolarized magnetic resonance as a sensitive detector of metabolic function.” Biochemistry 53(47): 7333-7357.
Harrison, C., C. Yang, A. Jindal, R. J. DeBerardinis, M. A. Hooshyar, M. Merritt, A. Dean Sherry and C. R. Malloy (2012). “Comparison of kinetic models for analysis of pyruvate‐to‐lactate exchange by hyperpolarized 13C NMR.” NMR in biomedicine 25(11): 1286-1294.
Lumata, L., A. K. Jindal, M. E. Merritt, C. R. Malloy, A. D. Sherry and Z. Kovacs (2011). “DNP by thermal mixing under optimized conditions yields> 60 000-fold enhancement of 89Y NMR signal.” Journal of the American Chemical Society 133(22): 8673-8680.
Lumata, L., M. E. Merritt and Z. Kovacs (2013). “Influence of deuteration in the glassing matrix on 13 C dynamic nuclear polarization.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15(19): 7032-7035.
Lumata, L., S. J. Ratnakar, A. Jindal, M. Merritt, A. Comment, C. Malloy, A. D. Sherry and Z. Kovacs (2011). “BDPA: an efficient polarizing agent for fast dissolution dynamic nuclear polarization NMR spectroscopy.” Chemistry-A European Journal 17(39): 10825-10827.
Lumata, L., C. Yang, M. Ragavan, N. Carpenter, R. J. DeBerardinis and M. E. Merritt (2015). “Chapter Two-Hyperpolarized 13 C Magnetic Resonance and Its Use in Metabolic Assessment of Cultured Cells and Perfused Organs.” Methods in enzymology 561: 73-106.
Merritt, M. E., S. C. Burgess and T. D. Spitzer (2006). “Adiabatic JHSQC for 13C isotopomer analysis.” Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 44(4): 463-466.
Merritt, M. E., C. Harrison, W. Mander, C. R. Malloy and A. D. Sherry (2007). “Dipolar cross-relaxation modulates signal amplitudes in the 1 H NMR spectrum of hyperpolarized [13 C] formate.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance 189(2): 280-285.
Merritt, M. E., C. Harrison, A. D. Sherry, C. R. Malloy and S. C. Burgess (2011). “Flux through hepatic pyruvate carboxylase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase detected by hyperpolarized 13C magnetic resonance.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(47): 19084-19089.
Merritt, M. E., C. Harrison, C. Storey, F. M. Jeffrey, A. D. Sherry and C. R. Malloy (2007). “Hyperpolarized 13C allows a direct measure of flux through a single enzyme-catalyzed step by NMR.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(50): 19773-19777.
Merritt, M. E., C. Harrison, C. Storey, A. D. Sherry and C. R. Malloy (2008). “Inhibition of carbohydrate oxidation during the first minute of reperfusion after brief ischemia: NMR detection of hyperpolarized 13CO2 and H13CO 3−.” Magnetic resonance in medicine 60(5): 1029-1036.
Moreno, K. X., C. L. Moore, S. C. Burgess, A. D. Sherry, C. R. Malloy and M. E. Merritt (2015). “Production of hyperpolarized 13CO2 from [1-13C] pyruvate in perfused liver does reflect total anaplerosis but is not a reliable biomarker of glucose production.” Metabolomics 11(5): 1144-1156.
Moreno, K. X., S. M. Sabelhaus, M. E. Merritt, A. D. Sherry and C. R. Malloy (2010). “Competition of pyruvate with physiological substrates for oxidation by the heart: implications for studies with hyperpolarized [1-13 C] pyruvate.” American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 298(5): H1556-H1564.
Purmal, C., B. Kucejova, A. D. Sherry, S. C. Burgess, C. R. Malloy and M. E. Merritt (2014). “Propionate stimulates pyruvate oxidation in the presence of acetate.” American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 307(8): H1134-H1141.
Ragavan, M., A. Kirpich, X. Fu, S. C. Burgess, L. M. McIntyre and M. E. Merritt (2017). “A comprehensive analysis of myocardial substrate preference emphasizes the need for a synchronized fluxomic/metabolomic research design.” American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 312(6): H1215-H1223.
Yang, C., B. Ko, C. T. Hensley, L. Jiang, A. T. Wasti, J. Kim, J. Sudderth, M. A. Calvaruso, L. Lumata and M. Mitsche (2014). “Glutamine oxidation maintains the TCA cycle and cell survival during impaired mitochondrial pyruvate transport.” Molecular cell 56(3): 414-424.