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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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The individuals with detectable blood ethanol at the time of autopsy had extremely high FREE concentrations in the liver and the adipose tissue.
A trout adipose is the small fin on the back located between the large dorsal fin and tail.
Results from all three studies have important implications for how the cells repair injured tissue and on the safety and viability of cell-based treatments derived from adipose tissue," said John Fraser, Ph.
Published studies by the company demonstrate, in preclinical animal models, that 3D transplanted brown adipose constructs could ameliorate the symptoms of metabolic disorders.
The study also found that both marrow adipose tissue and adiponectin increased in humans with anorexia, and in patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment for ovarian or endometrial cancer.
BioRestorative has gathered a large collection of human brown adipose tissue samples, preadipocyte cell lines and immortalised cell lines for use in potentially developing a cell therapy product.
PPAR[gamma] activation in adipose tissue also increases the capacity of fatty acids synthesis (Tontonoz and Spiegelman, 2008).
Research over the last decade indicates that adipose (fat) tissue serves as more than an energy depot.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The results of a new research showed that imaging epicardial adipose tissue, or the layer of fat around the heart, can provide extra information compared with standard diagnostic techniques such as coronary artery calcium scoring.
After controlling for age, body mass index, and waist circumference, breast volume was significantly associated with greater amounts of visceral adipose tissue and intermuscular adipose tissue.
This second edition of Adipose Tissue Protocols includes updates in methodology and whole animal, cellular and molecular approaches to the study.
The grants, totaling $338,000, will be used to advance the company's research programs utilizing adipose tissue (fat) as a source of adult stem cells for clinical applications.