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Caitlin Cadaret
Assistant Professor of Animal Sciences
Animal Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

Animal Sciences Building, Room
Phone:
970-491-2012
Education:
  • Ph D, University of Nebraska; Animal Science
  • MS, University of Nebraska; Animal Science
  • BS, California State University, Chico; Animal Science
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Cadaret, Caitlin, Merrick, Elena M, Barnes, Taylor L, Beede, Kristin A, Posont, Robert J, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) Sustained maternal inflammation during the early third-trimester yields intrauterine growth restriction, impaired skeletal muscle glucose metabolism, and diminished β-cell function in fetal sheep Journal of Animal Science 97 12 4822-4833

Gibbs, Rachel L, Cadaret, Caitlin, Swanson, Rebecca M, Beede, Kristin A, Posont, Robert J, Schmidt, Ty B, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) "Body composition estimated by bioelectrical impedance analyses is diminished by prenatal stress in neonatal lambs and by heat stress in feedlot wethers" Translational Animal Science 3 Supplement_1 1691-1695

Cadaret, Caitlin, Posont, Robert J, Swanson, Rebecca M, Beard, Joslyn K, Barnes, Taylor L, Beede, Kristin A, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) "Intermittent maternofetal O2 supplementation during late gestation rescues placental insufficiency-induced intrauterine growth restriction and metabolic pathologies in the neonatal lamb" Translational Animal Science 3 Supplement_1 1696-1700

Posont, Robert J, Cadaret, Caitlin, Beede, Kristin A, Beard, Joslyn K, Swanson, Rebecca M, Gibbs, Rachel L, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) "Maternal inflammation at 0.7 gestation in ewes leads to intrauterine growth restriction and impaired glucose metabolism in offspring at 30 d of age" Translational Animal Science 3 Supplement_1 1673-1677

Barnes, Taylor L, Cadaret, Caitlin, Beede, Kristin A, Schmidt, Ty B, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) Hypertrophic muscle growth and metabolic efficiency were impaired by chronic heat stress, improved by zilpaterol supplementation, and not affected by ractopamine supplementation in feedlot lambs Journal of Animal Science 97 10 4101-4113

Cadaret, Caitlin, Posont, Robert J, Beede, Kristin A, Riley, Hannah E, Loy, John Dustin, Yates, Dustin T, (2019) Maternal inflammation at midgestation impairs subsequent fetal myoblast function and skeletal muscle growth in rats, resulting in intrauterine growth restriction at term Translational Animal Science 3 2 867-876

Abebe, M D, Cadaret, Caitlin, Barnes, T B, Beede, K A, Yates, D T, (2018) "Chronic maternal inflammation during late gestation impairs subsequent β-cell function but not islet growth in fetal sheep" Translational Animal Science 2 suppl_1 S99-S99

Barnes, Taylor L, Beede, Kristin A, Merrick, Elena M, Cadaret, Caitlin, Cupp, Andrea S, Yates, Dustin T, (2018) "Impaired muscle stem cell function in cows with high concentrations of androstenedione in their follicular fluid1" Translational Animal Science 2 suppl_1 S27-S30

Cadaret, Caitlin, Merrick, Elena M, Barnes, Taylor L, Beede, Kristin A, Posont, Robert J, Petersen, Jessica L, Yates, Dustin T, (2018) "Sustained maternal inflammation during the early third trimester yields fetal adaptations that impair subsequent skeletal muscle growth and glucose metabolism in sheep1" Translational Animal Science 2 suppl_1 S14-S18

Yates, Dustin T, Petersen, Jessica L, Schmidt, Ty B, Cadaret, Caitlin, Barnes, Taylor L, Posont, Robert J, Beede, Kristin A, (2018) ASAS-SSR Triennnial Reproduction Symposium: Looking Back and Moving Forward—How Reproductive Physiology has Evolved: Fetal origins of impaired muscle growth and metabolic dysfunction: Lessons from the heat-stressed pregnant ewe Journal of Animal Science 96 7 2987-3002

Cadaret, Caitlin, Yates, Dustin T., (2018) Retrieval practice in the form of online homework improved information retention more when spaced 5 days rather than 1 day after class in two physiology courses Advances in Physiology Education 42 2 305-310

Posont, Robert, Cadaret, Caitlin, Barnes, Taylor, Yates, Dustin, (2017) A potential role for mTORC1/2 in β2 adrenergic regulation of skeletal muscle glucose oxidation in models of intrauterine growth restriction. Diabesity 3 3 9

Cadaret, Caitlin, Beede, Kristin A., Riley, Hannah E., Yates, Dustin T., (2017) Acute exposure of primary rat soleus muscle to zilpaterol HCl (β2 adrenergic agonist), TNFα, or IL-6 in culture increases glucose oxidation rates independent of the impact on insulin signaling or glucose uptake Cytokine 96 107-113

Cadaret, Caitlin, Beede, K. A., Riley, H. E., Yates, D. T., (2016) "1093 WS Insulin-associated and insulin-independent impacts of β adrenergic agonists and pro-inflammatory cytokines on glucose metabolism in primary rat soleus muscle" Journal of Animal Science 94 suppl_5 524-524

Yates, Dustin T., Cadaret, Caitlin, Beede, Kristin A., Riley, Hannah E., Macko, Antoni R., Anderson, Miranda J., Camacho, Leticia E., Limesand, Sean W., (2016) Intrauterine growth-restricted sheep fetuses exhibit smaller hindlimb muscle fibers and lower proportions of insulin-sensitive Type I fibers near term American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 310 11 R1020-R1029

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