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adipose

1. of, resembling, or containing fat; fatty
2. animal fat

adipose

[′ad·ə‚pōs]
(biology)
Fatty; of or relating to fat.
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As a result of the remarkable adipose stem cell process of RNL BIO, researchers found that immediate new blood vessel generation was identified.
Obesity-associated inflammation is characterized by recruitment of macrophages (MPhi) into white adipose tissue (WAT) and production of inflammatory cytokines, leading to the development of insulin resistance.
This report demonstrates that FAEEs in the liver are readily detectable as markers of ethanol intake up to 48 h in bodies stored at 4 or 25[degrees]C and that the FAEEs in adipose tissues can be used as markers of ethanol for at least 12 h after death in tissues stored at 4[degrees]C.
Thomas has 25 years experience in cell biology and developed kits for adipose SVF for the veterinary market.
Kolonin noted that the ability of adipose stromal cells to contribute to the formation of tumour-associated blood vessels is likely one of the main reasons that the excess of these cells in tumours was associated with increased malignant cell proliferation and tumour growth.
Brown fat is a population of adipose (fat) tissue found in the human body and it acts a major role in the evolutionarily conserved mechanisms underlying energy homeostasis in mammals.
Total RNA was isolated from the adipose tissues, LD, heart, liver, kidney, colon and lung using Trizol Reagent (Invitrogen, Life Carlsbad, CA, USA).
The impetus for the adipose tissue imaging study was the researchers' recognition that obesity is a heterogeneous disorder.
Liver cells are not something are not something an adipose stem cell normally wants to run into.
Comparison of multilineage cells from human adipose tissue and bone marrow.
Adipose tissue readily accumulates POPs, environmental contaminants associated with disruption of the endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems, impaired neurobehavioral development, and cancer.
BioLife is a leader in cryogenic storage of adipose (fat) tissue and adult mesenchymal stem and regenerative cells.