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Adipose Tissue Development: From Animal Models to Clinical Conditions 3rd ESPE Advanced Seminar in Developmental Endocrinology, Paris, March 2009 (Endocrine Development, Vol. 19) ePub download

by C. Levy-Marchal,L. Pénicaud,P.-E. Mullis

  • Author: C. Levy-Marchal,L. Pénicaud,P.-E. Mullis
  • ISBN: 380559450X
  • ISBN13: 978-3805594509
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (June 17, 2010)
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Adipose Tissue Development: From Animal Models to Clinical Conditions 3rd ESPE Advanced Seminar in Developmental Endocrinology, Paris, March 2009 (Endocrine Development, Vol. 19) ePub download

PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Adipose tissue development Endocrine System/cytology. Endocrine System/physiology.

PubMed comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Adipose tissue development. From animal models to clinical conditions. Endocrine System/cytology.

Nowadays, adipose tissue is not only regarded as an organ of storage related to fuel metabolism but also as an endocrine organ involved in the regulation of insulin sensitivity, lipids and energy metabolism

Nowadays, adipose tissue is not only regarded as an organ of storage related to fuel metabolism but also as an endocrine organ involved in the regulation of insulin sensitivity, lipids and energy metabolism. These proceedings cover the nervous regulation of both white and brown adipose tissue mass. Claire Levy-Marchal, Luc Pénicaud.

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Endocr Dev 2010 ;19:VII-IX. Download full-text PDF. Source. 4. development animal. Dr. Mitchel Okumu Pharmacist, Clinical Toxicologist Ministry of Health, County Government of Kisumu Kisumu, Kisumu Kenya. Origin of segmentation in the human structure. Alexander Ermolenko Moscow Russian Federation.

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Clinical Endocrinology, Vol. 58, Issue. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 10, 19–29

Clinical Endocrinology, Vol. Samad, F & Loskutoff, DJ (1997) The fat mouse: A powerful genetic model to study elevated plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 in Obesity/NIDDM. Thrombosis and Haemostasis 78, 652–655. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 10, 19–29. Shimomura, I, Hammer, RE, Richardson, JA, Ikemoto, S, Bashmakov, Y, Goldstein, JL & Brown, MS (1998) Insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus in transgenic mice expressing nuclear SREBP-1c in adipose tissue: model for congenital generalized lipodystrophy. Genes and Development 12, 3182–3194.

The fetal endocrine system is one of the first systems to develop during prenatal development. The fetal adrenal cortex can be identified within four weeks of gestation. The adrenal cortex originates from the thickening of the intermediate mesoderm. At five to six weeks of gestation, the mesonephros differentiates into a tissue known as the gonadal ridge. The gonadal ridge produces the steroidogenic cells for both the gonads and the adrenal cortex.

Connective tissues in the body region have a mesoderm origin, while in the head region neural crest also contributes to these tissues

Connective tissues in the body region have a mesoderm origin, while in the head region neural crest also contributes to these tissues. This topic is also covered in musculoskeletal (Tendon Development), integumentary (Integumentary Development) and endocrine development (Adipose Tissue). Blood is a liquid connective tissue (More? Blood Development). Loose and dense connective tissue. Reticular connective tissue. Mesenchymal connective tissue.

Adipose tissue plays a myriad of roles; it serves as a central nexus of metabolic communication and control, an arbiter of thermoregulation, a buffer against trauma and the cold, and a regulator of reproduction and satiety. Fat is also associated with emotionally charged issues, imparting various psychosocial imprints that have changed over the centuries: from a sign of wealth in the middle ages, to a Rubenesque celebration during the Renaissance, to fear and loathing in modern Hollywood (unless of course it is injected into the lips or other ‘cosmetically desirable’ locations).

Nowadays, adipose tissue is not only regarded as an organ of storage related to fuel metabolism but also as an endocrine organ involved in the regulation of insulin sensitivity, lipids and energy metabolism. These proceedings cover the nervous regulation of both white and brown adipose tissue mass. Different physiological parameters such as metabolism (lipolysis and thermogenesis) and secretory activity (leptin and other adipokines) are reviewed. The plasticity of adipose tissue (proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis) showing the presence of a neural feedback loop between adipose tissue and the brain, which plays a major role in the regulation of energy homeostasis, is discussed. Merging basic knowledge and various clinical conditions, this thorough review is of great interest to both scientists and physicians, in particular pediatricians, interested in obesity, endocrinology and nutrition.
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