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  1. ...lipoproteins in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Journal of Clinical Investigation 115 1343–1351. (doi:10.1172/JCI23621) Dozio E, Ruscica M, Motta M & Magni P 2007 Hypothalamic neuropeptide systems as targets for potential anti-obesity drugs. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 7 11–1 ~~~
  2. ...lipoproteins (VLDL). Hepatic lipids as signaling molecules Hepatic fatty acids act as endogenous ligands that activate peroxisome proliferator receptor alpha (PPARa) regulated pathways to produce metabolic products required to meet whole body nutritional demands while fasting (Kersten et al. 1999). ~~~
  3. ...lipoproteins highlight a multifunctional role of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in health and disease (Constantinou  et al. 2015). HDL has been for decades an intriguing lipoprotein that attracted the attention of biomedical community, mainly because of its important role in atheroprotection (Consta ~~~
  4. ...lipoproteins (LDL), triacylglycerols and fatty acids, i.e. estrogen deprivation leads to metabolic syndrome (Pfeilschifter  et  al. 2002, Sites et al. 2002, Carr 2003, Toth et al. 2006). Estrogens have also been linked to cholecystokinin, increasing its satiation action (Asarian & Geary 2006). Low e ~~~
  5. ...lipoproteins is composed of phospholipids, cholesterol and apoproteins possessing hydrophilic groups, and the inside portion of these particles is formed of triglycerides and cholesterol esters (Fig.  2). There are five major groups of lipoproteins, which are divided by their densities: (1) chylomic ~~~
  6. ...lipoproteins . Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1851 1327 – 1336 . ( doi:10.1016/j.bbalip.2015.07.003 ) ↵ Yanger K , Knigin D , Zong Y , Maggs L , Gu G , Akiyama H , Pikarsky E & Stanger BZ 2014 Adult hepatocytes are generated by self-duplication rather than stem cell differentiation . Cell Stem Ce ~~~
  7. ...lipoproteins (VLDL). Lipoprotein lipase (LPL), the key enzyme hydrolyzing one fatty acid from circulating TGs, plays a critical role in facilitating entry of fatty acids into adipocytes (Kersten 2014). LPL is secreted from adipocytes, translocates to the lumen of WAT capillaries and releases fatty a ~~~
  8. ...lipoproteins ~~~
  9. ...lipoproteins can also promote aldosterone production to contribute to hypertension. Obesity-induced hypertension should be considered the most common form of essential hypertension. Indeed, data from the Framingham Heart Study suggest that about 78% of the risk for hypertension in men and approximat ~~~
  10. ...lipoproteins (HDLs), increased blood pressure, or increased fasting plasma glucose (Alberti et al. 2006). Obesity-associated insulin resistance is considered a causeand-effect relationship since weight changes correlate with changes in insulin sensitivity (Kahn et  al. 2006, Correspondence should be ~~~
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