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Adipose tissue cellularity.

Barbara Mary Lewis

Adipose tissue cellularity.

by Barbara Mary Lewis

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Hirsch J, Knittle JL. Cellularity of obese and nonobese human adipose tissue. Fed Proc. Jul-Aug; 29 (4)– Björntorp P. Sjöström L,+SJOSTROM L: Number and size of adipose tissue fat cells in relation to metabolism in human obesity. Metabolism. Jul; 20 (7)–Cited by: Get this from a library! Adult human adipose tissue cellularity and metabolism: with special reference to obesity and fatty acid synthesis de Novo. [Lars Sjöström].

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The developmental morphology of the adipocyte / G.J. Hausman --Adipocytes, preadipocytes, and mitochondria from brown adipose tissue / B. Cannon and J. Nedergaard --The ultrastructure of adipocytes / B.G. Slavin --Enzymology of adipocytes / R.J. Martin and A. Makula --In . Assists in analyzing white adipose tissue cellularity in histological sections. Adiposoft automates the analysis of histological adipose tissue samples and requires a single click to analyze a whole set of images. This tool works with standard histological sections, whereas the analysis of cells in suspension requires collagenase digestion of the adipose tissue ace: Command line interface.

Body fat in humans may be stored in fat mass or in the adipose tissue. Although the two terms are frequently used interchangeably, fat mass and adipose tissue are distinct and different compartments and their separation is important when considering their metabolic characteristics (Shen et al., ).Adipose tissue in the tissue–organ body composition level is a connective tissue extensively Cited by: Adipose tissue grows primarily by a combination of increases in fat cell volume (hypertrophy) and in fat cell number (hyperplasia), but the regional growth pattern of white adipose tissue depots in Cited by:


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Adipose tissue cellularity by Barbara Mary Lewis Download PDF EPUB FB2

This chapter highlights some new perspectives in adipose tissue anatomy. The relationship between adipose tissue cellularity and human obesity has been extensively reviewed, which shows that early-onset obesity is associated with increased cell numbers, whereas only cell hypertrophy is associated with adult-onset obesity.

Adipose, long studied as an energy storage depot and structural tissue, is a key player in maintaining energy homeostasis.

Additionally, through its endocrine functions, adipose impacts a wide variety of systems in the body. Adipose is a unique organ in that its mass can vary drastically between individuals, from under 5% of body mass in elite athletes to well over half of body mass in the.

Book Description. Today we know that white and brown adipocytes share many metabolic and molecular pathways, although their physiological function, i.e., energy storage and energy dissipation, respectively, are quite opposite for WAT (white adipose tissue) and BAT (brown adipose tissue).

In book: Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences Traditionally, the adipose tissue (AT) was simply Adipose tissue cellularity. book as. AT cellularity.

Adipose tissue-resident macrophages (ATM) were the first. ADIPOSE TISSUE CELLULARITY IN HUMAN OBESITY It is of further interest to note that within the non-obese group, there is no evidence of an increase in cell number as percentage ideal weight differs within 5 per cent of normal; however, cell size (Figure 1) shows a suggestion of varying Adipose tissue cellularity.

book a function of percentage ideal body weight even in Cited by: 1. Clin Endocrinol Metab. Jul;5(2) Adipose tissue cellularity in human obesity. Hirsch J, Batchelor B.

All human obesity is characterised by adipocyte hypertrophy and when body weight exceeds per cent of ideal, a maximum cell size of roughly twice normal is by: Cellularity and Lipogenic Enzyme Activities of Porcine Intramuscular Adipose Tissue Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Animal Science 38(3) April with 62 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Epididymal adipose tissue was immediately removed and rinsed in room temperature M KCI. One fat pad was blotted, weighed, and subsequently utilized for adipose tissue cellularity and.

Hirsch J, Knittle JL. Cellularity of obese and nonobese human adipose tissue. Fed Proc. Jul-Aug; 29 (4)– [Salans LB, Horton ES, Sims EA.

Experimental obesity in man: cellular character of the adipose by:   The cellularity of adipose tissue is thought to be the result of an enlargement of existing fat cells (hypertrophy), of proliferation and differentiation of adipocyte precursor cells (hyperplasia Cited by:   Adipose tissue cellularity and weight reduction forecasting O Bosello.

Search for other works by this author on: M Cigolini, R Micciolo, L A Scuro, Adipose tissue cellularity and weight reduction forecasting, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol Issue 4, Cited by: 9.

Gurr, M. and Kirtland, J. () Adipose tissue cellularity: a review. Techniques for studying cellularity. Int. Obes. 2, – PubMed Google Scholar.

evaluate adipose tissue cellularity as a function of growth increased from % of carcass weight at 11 mo of age to, and. Adipose tissue cellularity and apoptosis after intracerebroventricular injections of leptin and 21 days of recovery in rats Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Obesity 27(3)   Differences in subcutaneous abdominal adipose tissue (SAT) fat cell size and number (cellularity) are linked to insulin resistance.

Men are generally more insulin resistant than Cited by: Experiments were designed to compare the adipocyte cellularity of subcutaneous adipose tissue between growing Landrace (low backfat) and Meishan (high backfat) pigs at 1 week, 3 weeks, 6 weeks, 3 months and 5 months of age.

As pigs aged, body weight and backfat thickness of both breeds significantly by: All human obesity is characterised by adipocyte hypertrophy and when body weight exceeds per cent of ideal, a maximum cell size of roughly twice n.

Purchase New Perspectives in Adipose Tissue - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. IN the study of obesity in human subjects and animal models attention has recently been directed to the size and number of cells in adipose tissue.

Measurements of fat Cited by: A study by Johnson and colleagues concluded that the genetic background of experimental mice was a large determinant of adipose cellularity and size, more so than feeding behavior (Johnson et al., ).

Later it was shown that inguinal, retroperitoneal, and gonadal adipose depots in rats fed either a high sucrose or high-fat diet. This review summarizes the impact of maternal nutritional manipulations on cellularity (i.e., cell number, size, and type) of adipose tissue in programmed offspring.

In rodents, adipose tissue development is particularly active during the perinatal period, especially during the last week of .Adipose tissue is now recognized as a widely dispersed secretory organ that exhibits autocrine, paracrine, and endocrine properties, and plays a significant role in obesity, the most common health problem in industrialized countries.Body composition, age at onset of obesity, adipose tissue cellularity and metabolic variables have been determined in obese subjects and controls.

Weight stability in 34 of the patients could also be judged by a repeated examination after about 10 months. Fat cell number correlated strongly with body fat, while fat cell size increased only Cited by: