Orexin modulates brown adipose tissue
Thyroxine 5'-deiodinase activity in brown adipose tissue
Exercise ameliorates high-fat diet-induced metabolic and vascular dysfunction, and increases adipocyte progenitor cell population in brown adipose tissue
BMP8B increases brown adipose tissue
thermogenesis through both central and peripheral actions" Cell, vol.
Unexpected evidence for active brown adipose tissue
in adult humans.
Ontogeny and metabolism of brown adipose tissue
in livestock species.
Hibernoma is a rare benign tumour arising from remnants of fetal brown adipose tissue
1] of body weight, intraperitoneally), and laparotomy was carried out to collect blood (4 mL) from the vena cava and to remove the tissues (heart, kidney, spleen, liver, seminal vesicles, adrenal gland, testicle, epididymal, retroperitoneal, subcutaneous and brown adipose tissues
, and the soleus and gastrocnemius muscles) that were weighed and stored in a freezer at -80[degrees]C.
Brown adipose tissue
produces lots of heat by burning calories so, unlike white fat which clings to our hips and expands our ageing waistlines, brown fat keeps the weight off.
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Brown adipose tissue
is characterised as possessing a unique uncoupling protein (UCP)1 which enables the rapid generation of large amounts of heat and is most abundant in the newborn.
In contrast, brown adipose tissue
burns as many calories as skeletal muscle.
They certainly look like they are brown adipose tissue
," meaning brown fat tissue, Spiegelman says.
Smaller amounts of leptin are also secreted by cells in the epithelium of the stomach, brown adipose tissue
, placenta (syncytiotrophoblasts), ovaries, skeletal muscle, stomach (lower part of fundic glands), mammary epithelial cells, bone marrow, pituitary and liver.
This is especially important when viewing PET-CT studies of women and girls because of brown adipose tissue
, or brown fat, which is located in the supraclavicular area and mediastinum of these patients.