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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USA], August 26 ( ANI ): Recent research shows that elevated levels of natriuretic peptides in adipose tissue protect against effects of high-fat diet.
Methods: We examined the effect of 8-week resistance exercise on plasma irisin levels and expression profiles of muscle FNDC5 and subcutaneous adipose tissue UCP1 in male rats.
The researchers used the new lab-on-a-chip to study how adult stem cells in adipose tissue develop into mature fat cells, conducting their investigations outside the body.
Langer and his colleagues have previously shown that promoting the growth of new blood vessels, a process known as angiogenesis, can help transform adipose tissue and lead to weight loss in mice.
For adipose tissue itself, the mRNA expression varied in different fat depots.
Meanwhile, evidence has shown that epicardial adipose tissue (EAT) has a significant effect on MS.
Histological analysis revealed that CRA attenuated macrophage infiltrations into adipose tissue.
Epicardial adipose tissue (EAT) is the fat depot around the heart.
The mature adipose tissue encroaching salivary glandular structure along with inflammatory infiltrates, focal fibrosis and collagenisation (Capsular remnant) (Blue arrow) (H&E, 100X) (Figure 6).
Hyperplasia of different zona of adrenal cortex was found in different types of hormonally active adrenal myelolipoma, with mature adipose tissue and hematopoietic elements in the adrenal tissues.
BioRestorative has gathered a large collection of human brown adipose tissue samples, preadipocyte cell lines and immortalised cell lines for use in potentially developing a cell therapy product.
Excess visceral adipose tissue is independently associated with increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
We have read the article "Epicardial adipose tissue (EAT) is independently associated with increased left ventricular mass in untreated hypertensive (UHT) patients: an observational study" written by Erdogan et al.
Adipose tissue represents an abundant, accessible source of multipotent adipose-derived stromal cells (ADSCs).
A new review examines how adipose tissue both modulates and serves as a target of POP toxicity and highlights knowledge gaps [EHP 121(2):162-169, La Merrill et al.