Obesity is officially recognised as a major worldwide public health problem. qProgress in Obesity Research: 9q fulfils the need for an accessible and fundamental research, highly recommended towards a better understanding of obesity. It will prove an indispensable resource for all those involved in the research, prevention and treatment of obesity.The secretome of white adipocytes: the diagram shows a number of the adipokines and other secreted products from adipocytes. ... Metallothionein gene expression in adipose tissue MT gene (MT-1) expression in rodent brown adipose tissue is markedly stimulated by exposure ... A Northern blot was probed for MT-1 mRNA using a 28-mer antisense oligonucleotide (end-labelled with digoxigenin) withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Progress in Obesity Research: 9|
|Author||:||Geraldo Medeiros-Neto, Alfredo Halpern, Claude Bouchard|
|Publisher||:||John Libbey Eurotext - 2003-01-01|