adipose tissue


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Synonyms for adipose tissue

a kind of body tissue containing stored fat that serves as a source of energy

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The major cause of this illness is increasing amount of pericardial adipose tissues stored around the heart, suggested a 2010 (https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm) study titled 'Pericardial adipose tissue, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease risk factors.'
It is a member of the serine protease family and is secreted in Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty (OLETF) rats in case of obesity and peak insulin plasma concentrations from the visceral adipose tissue.16 Vaspin is considered a novel biomarker that is potentially effective against obesity and impaired insulin tolerance, and it is released as an antiprotease factor in visceral adipose tissue; clinically worsening diabetes and weight loss decrease vaspin expression.
In this study, bisulfite sequencing polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was used to investigate the methylation status of the UCP3 gene promoter and quantitative real-time PCR (Q-PCR) was used to measure UCP3 mRNA expression in the adipose tissue or skeletal muscle of three pig breeds at different ages.
This let them determine whether the person had brown adipose tissue. It was also known whether the patients were taking statins.
When issued in the U.S., the final patent will protect a human brown adipose tissue differentiated cell derived from an isolated human brown adipose tissue stem cell.
The results of IPA analysis revealed that several transcription regulators related to disease, cell growth, proliferation and lipid metabolism, including PPAR, are important during development of the adipose tissue. These data indicate that future research should emphasize the study of key genes related to synthesis, metabolism, and growth of adipose tissue during development.
The physiological, biochemical and bio-molecular properties of EAT and the possible paracrine interactions within the heart have been described in previous studies.6 EAT exists mainly in the atrioventricular and interventricular groove along the major coronary arteries and branches, to a lesser extent in the atrium, right ventricle and the left ventricular free wall that shows extension to the apex.7 The embryological origin of EAT is similar to intra-abdominal visceral adipose tissue.8
However, we also saw specific molecular signatures that indicate that the adipose tissue is attempting to increase its capacity to store fat following sleep loss, whereas we instead observed signs indicating concomitant breakdown of skeletal muscle proteins in the skeletal muscle, in what's also known as catabolism.
Lipogems uses a patient's own body fat (adipose tissue) to assist in the healing process and in some cases in traditional orthopedic surgery.
Medical technologies company Lipogems reported on Thursday the receipt of clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Lipogems Microfragmented Adipose Tissue Transplant System for use in orthopaedic and arthroscopic procedures.
Global Banking News-July 6, 2018-Lipogems wins the US FDA's clearance to use patients adipose tissue in orthopaedic and arthroscopic surgeries
M2 PHARMA-July 6, 2018-Lipogems wins the US FDA's clearance to use patients adipose tissue in orthopaedic and arthroscopic surgeries
Among more than 479,000 men and women ages 40 to 69, of whom 5,710 had at least one MI during the seven-year study period, researchers compared data for those with general adipose tissue (evenly distributed fat) vs.
Brown adipose tissue has played a key role in prevention research since its presence was first documented in adults.