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Adipose Tissue Biology

  • Michael E. Symonds

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. José María Moreno-Navarrete, José Manuel Fernández-Real
    Pages 17-38
  3. Martin Klingenspor, Tobias Fromme
    Pages 39-69
  4. Stephane Gesta, C. Ronald Kahn
    Pages 71-121
  5. Alain Veilleux, André Tchernof
    Pages 123-166
  6. Elise Dalmas, Joan Tordjman, Michèle Guerre-Millo, Karine Clément
    Pages 167-193
  7. Srujana Rayalam, Clifton A. Baile
    Pages 195-226
  8. Caroline M. Pond
    Pages 227-269
  9. María A. Zulet, María J. Moreno-Aliaga, J. Alfredo Martínez
    Pages 271-315
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 409-413

About this book

Introduction

In conjunction with the obesity “epidemic” in the developed world there has been an exponential increase in academic and medical interest in adipose tissue. Consequently, the intricacies and new insights into adiposity have provided some of the most exciting recent advances in science. At the same time, the ability of fat to grow at an almost unlimited capacity means that our ability to combat the rise in global obesity remains very challenging. So with the clear need to further understand the causes of excess adipose tissue growth, this book is designed to provide a comprehensive insight into current perspectives and challenges in adipose tissue biology.

In <i>Adipose Tissue Biology</i>, scientists and clinicians discuss adipocyte precursors, differentiation and growth, brown and white adipose tissue, gender, inflammation, dietary and genetic determinants of fat mass, together with evolutionary and developmental aspects of adiposity. It should therefore provide a comprehensive guide and essential reading for doctors, healthcare workers and scientists who are either new to or established within the field – enjoy!

Keywords

Adipose Biology Symonds Tissue

Editors and affiliations

  • Michael E. Symonds
    • 1
  1. 1.Queen's Medical Centre, School of Human DevelopmentUniversity HospitalNottinghamUnited Kingdom

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