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*  Mastopexy - Wikipedia
Adipose tissue. The fat tissue of the breast is composed of lipidic fluid (60-85% weight) that is 90-99 per cent triglycerides ... tissue types (glandular, adipose, skin) that compose and support the breast; among the properties of the soft tissues of the ... The breast-lift correction of a sagging bust is a surgical operation that cuts and removes excess tissues (glandular, adipose, ... The subcutaneous layer of adipose tissue in the breast is traversed with thin suspensory ligaments (Cooper's ligaments) that ...
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*  Glossary of biology - Wikipedia
adipose tissue . aerobic Depending on free oxygen or air. aerobiology The study of organic particles, such as bacteria, fungal ... xylem The plant tissue responsible for the conduction of water from roots to aerial parts of the plant. It forms the woody part ... ectoderm The outermost layer of cells or tissue of an embryo in early development, or the parts derived from this, which ... abscission The shedding of flowers, leaves and/or fruit following formation of scar tissue in a plant. absolute zero The lowest ...
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*  GLUT4 - Wikipedia
... it can actually alter nutrient distribution and send excess glucose into adipose tissue, leading to increased adipose tissue ... "Adipose cell hyperplasia and enhanced glucose disposal in transgenic mice overexpressing GLUT4 selectively in adipose tissue". ... Adipose tissue, commonly known as fat, is a depository for energy in order to conserve metabolic homeostasis. As the body takes ... "Adipose tissue". ScienceDaily. Retrieved 2017-05-24. Favaretto F, Milan G, Collin GB, Marshall JD, Stasi F, Maffei P, Vettor R ...
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*  Talk:Growth hormone - Wikipedia
... increasing lean tissue; decreasing adipose tissue; bolstering cardiac contractility; improving mood and motivation; increasing ...
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*  Adipic acid - Wikipedia
adipose tissue). Adipic acid is a dibasic acid (it has two acidic groups). The pKa values for their successive deprotonations ...
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*  Adrenergic receptor - Wikipedia
Lipolysis in adipose tissue. Anabolism in skeletal muscle. Relax non-pregnant uterus Relax detrusor urinae muscle of bladder ... Enhancement of lipolysis in adipose tissue. β3 activating drugs could theoretically be used as weight-loss agents, but are ... Further effects include glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis from adipose tissue and liver, as well as secretion from sweat ... it was agreed that the stimulation of sympathetic nerves could cause different effects on body tissues, depending on the ...
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*  Fiona Watt - Wikipedia
Driskell, R; Jahoda, CA; Chuong, CM; Watt, F; Horsley, V (2014). "Defining dermal adipose tissue". Exp Dermatol. 23: 629-631. ... Her major research interest is in the role of stem cells in adult tissue maintenance. For many of her studies, she uses ... Lane, SW; Williams, DA; Watt, FM (2014). "Modulating the stem cell niche for tissue regeneration". Nat Biotechnol. 32: 795-803 ... and tissue aggregation. She is also known for discovering how each of those processes' regulations are removed in diseased ...
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*  Beta-1 adrenergic receptor - Wikipedia
Lipolysis in adipose tissue. Relaxation of the urinary bladder wall Receptor also present in cerebral cortex. Isoprenaline has ... a G-protein coupled receptor associated with the Gs heterotrimeric G-protein and is expressed predominantly in cardiac tissue. ...
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*  Adipocyte - Wikipedia
There are two types of adipose tissue, white adipose tissue (WAT) and brown adipose tissue (BAT), which are also known as white ... The marrow adipose tissue depot is poorly understood in terms of its physiologic function and relevance to bone health. Marrow ... Analysis of their adipose tissue morphology revealed increases in both adipocyte size and number in most depots. Reintroduction ... A study conducted in 2013 found that, while INSIG1 and SREBF1 mRNA expression was decreased in the adipose tissue of obese mice ...
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*  Niacin - Wikipedia
Gustafson B (2010). "Adipose tissue, inflammation and atherosclerosis". Journal of atherosclerosis and thrombosis. 17 (4): 332- ... NIACR1 and NIACR2 inhibit cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) production and thus fat breakdown in adipose tissue and free ... which are highly expressed in adipose tissue, spleen, immune cells and keratinocytes but not in other expected organs such as ... In animal models and in vitro, niacin produces marked anti-inflammatory effects in a variety of tissues - including the brain, ...
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*  Leptin - Wikipedia
Leptin is produced primarily in the adipocytes of white adipose tissue. It also is produced by brown adipose tissue, placenta ( ... both of adipose tissues, as well as of the cartilage and other joint tissues. Alterations in these factors can be the ... Lönnqvist F, Arner P, Nordfors L, Schalling M (1995). "Overexpression of the obese (ob) gene in adipose tissue of human obese ... This metabolic component related with the release of systemic factors, of a pro-inflammatory nature, by the adipose tissues, ...
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*  Proinflammatory cytokine - Wikipedia
Cytokines derived from adipose tissue serve as remote regulators such as hormones. Studies have shown that TNF-α and IL-6 ... Coppack, Simon W. (2001-08-01). "Pro-inflammatory cytokines and adipose tissue". Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 60 (03 ... A proinflammatory cytokine may be present in adipose tissues. Adipocytes generate TNF-α and other interleukins. ... Both CD4 and CD8 IL-17 producing T cells have been shown to cause aTH1, causing tissue inflammation and resulting in severe ...
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*  Adipokine - Wikipedia
... secreted by adipose tissue. The first adipokine to be discovered was leptin in 1994. Since that time, hundreds of adipokines ... biofactors from white adipose tissue. A complex hub among inflammation, metabolism, and immunity". BIOFACTORS. 37 (6): 413-420 ...
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*  Immune system - Wikipedia
285-300 Pond CM (Jul 2005). "Adipose tissue and the immune system". Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Essential Fatty Acids. 73 ... The immune system also plays a crucial role in embryogenesis (development of the embryo), as well as in tissue repair and ... Dendritic cells serve as a link between the bodily tissues and the innate and adaptive immune systems, as they present antigens ... These cytokines and other chemicals recruit immune cells to the site of infection and promote healing of any damaged tissue ...
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*  Endocrine gland - Wikipedia
... and adipose tissue (leptin and resistin). Endocrine glands derive from all three germ layers.[citation needed] The natural ... Most T4 is converted to T3 (a more active form) in the target tissues. Calcitonin, produced by the parafollicular cells of the ... Thyroid tissue consists of follicles with stored protein called colloid, containing thyroglobulin, a precursor to other thyroid ... The hormones which they produce help to regulate the functions of cells and tissues throughout the body. Endocrine organs are ...
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*  Adiposis dolorosa - Wikipedia
The researchers wanted to assess the use of liposuction on the affected adipose tissue to see if pain was reduced in the ... The basic criteria for Dercum's disease are patients with chronic pain in the adipose tissue (body fat) and patients who are ... Surgical removal of the damaged adipose tissue can be effective, but often the disease will recur. Once a person has Dercum's ... There are studies currently proposing several theories of the causes which include inflammation of the adipose tissue, nervous ...
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*  Ganapatiella - Wikipedia
from the adipose tissue of Odontotermes obesus. Archiv für Protistenkunde 119 (3). ...
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*  Thermogenesis - Wikipedia
Non-shivering thermogenesis occurs in brown adipose tissue (brown fat) that is present in all eutherians (swine being the only ... Cannon, B.; Nedergaard, J. (2004). "Brown Adipose Tissue: Function and Physiological Significance". Physiol. Rev. 84 (1): 277- ... Brown adipose tissue has a unique uncoupling protein (thermogenin, also known as uncoupling protein 1) that allows the ...
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*  Fat - Wikipedia
In animals, adipose tissue, or fatty tissue is the body's means of storing metabolic energy over extended periods of time. ... Adipose tissue also secretes the hormone leptin. The location of the tissue determines its metabolic profile: visceral fat is ... United Kingdom The Food Labelling Regulations 1996 - Schedule 7: Nutrition labelling "The human proteome in adipose - The Human ... the body can effectively dilute-or at least maintain equilibrium of-the offending substances by storing it in new fat tissue. ...
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*  AdipoRon - Wikipedia
Wędrychowicz, Andrzej (2014). "Peptides from adipose tissue in mental disorders". World Journal of Psychiatry. 4 (4): 103. doi: ...
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*  Nocturnal bottleneck - Wikipedia
Unique type of brown adipose tissue, allowing mammals to raise heat fast. Mitochondria with five to seven times higher ... Cannon, B. (1 January 2004). "Brown Adipose Tissue: Function and Physiological Significance". Physiological Reviews. 84 (1): ...
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*  Diglyceride acyltransferase - Wikipedia
... and adipose tissue formation (i.e. DGAT2). The protein is homologous to other membrane-bound O-acyltransferases. There are two ...
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*  David J. Galton - Wikipedia
Galton, David J; Wilson, JPD (1970). "Lipogenesis in homogenates of human adipose tissue". Clinical Science. 38: 649-660. ... Galton D J. The human adipose cell: a model for errors in metabolic regulation. Butterworths, London 1971. ISBN 0407557008 ...
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*  Cryolipolysis - Wikipedia
Nelson, AA; Wasserman, D; Avram, MM (2009). "Cryolipolysis for reduction of excess adipose tissue". Seminars in Cutaneous ... The degree of exposure to cooling causes the apoptosis (cell death) of subcutaneous fat tissue, without apparent damage to the ... While the process is not fully understood, it appears that fatty tissue that is cooled below body temperature, but above ... cryolipolysis was developed to apply low temperatures to tissue via thermal conduction. In order to avoid frostbite, a specific ...
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*  ANGPTL3 - Wikipedia
Angptl3 plays a major role in promoting uptake of circulating triglycerides into white adipose tissue in the fed state, likely ... "Hepatic ANGPTL3 regulates adipose tissue energy homeostasis". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United ...
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