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Synonyms for adiposis

the property of excessive fatness

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Therefore, the developmental and adiposis regulation of Dnmt3b has been thought to play an important role in the control of a wave of de novo methylation after the implantation of blastocysts (Okano et al.
In a study conducted by Rudman and colleagues (1991), they gave growth hormones, as an anti-aging measure, to men over the age of 60 with the expectation that the supplementation of growth hormone will repair the decline of lean body mass within the increasing adiposis that is related to age and they found a significant progress as a result of 6 months of treatment (0.
Compared with the normal liver tissues from the control group, Group 2 (NS + LPS) rat liver sections demonstrated significant evidence of injury with severe sinusoidal vascular congestion, mild neutrophilic infiltration and Kupffer cell activation, micro hepatocellular adiposis and apoptosis and necrosis in some areas (Fig.
Actualmente, se considera muy importante la medicion de la circunferencia de la cintura como un indicador de adiposis visceral central
It's apparent the man does suffer from one ailment, exogenous adiposis (he eats too much).