Obesity

Could this common heart drug defeat obesity by preventing inflammation?

20 days ago   |   Fierce Biotech

Could this common heart drug defeat obesity by preventing inflammation? arlene.weintraub Fri, 04/16/2021 - 08:18
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MCHMDA:Predicting Microbe-Disease Associations Based on Similarities and Low-Rank Matrix Completion

23 days ago   |   IEEE/ACM

With the development of high-through sequencing technology and microbiology, many studies have evidenced that microbes are associated with human diseases, such as obesity...
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Pain receptors linked to the generation of energy-burning brown fat cells

23 days ago   |   ScienceDaily

A new source of energy expending brown fat cells has been uncovered by researchers, which they say points towards potential new therapeutic options for obesity.
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MiR-26a regulated adipogenic differentiation of ADSCs induced by insulin through CDK5/FOXC2 pathway

1 month ago   |   Springer   |   2 articles

Abstract Objective: Obesity is associated with an increased risk of developing insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, since insulin can induce adipogenic differentiation of...
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Maternal obesity during pregnancy leads to adipose tissue ER stress in mice via miR-126-mediated reduction in Lunapark

1 month ago   |   Springer   |   2 articles

Abstract Aims/hypothesis Levels of the microRNA miR-126-3p are programmed cell-autonomously in visceral adipose tissue of adult offspring born to obese female C57BL/6J mice...
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D-Allulose 3-epimerase of Bacillus sp. origin manifests profuse heat‐stability and noteworthy potential of d-fructose epimerization

2 monthes ago   |   Microbial Cell Factories

D-Allulose is an ultra-low calorie sugar of multifarious health benefits, including anti-diabetic and anti-obesity potential. d-Allulose 3-epimerase family enzymes catalyze...
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How roundworms could inspire new treatments for obesity and other food-related diseases

2 monthes ago   |   Fierce Biotech

How roundworms could inspire new treatments for obesity and other food-related diseases aliu Thu, 03/04/2021 - 07:42
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The fermented soy beverage Q-CAN® plus induces beneficial changes in the oral and intestinal microbiome

2 monthes ago   |   Springer

Abstract Background Soy products are associated with many beneficial health consequences, but their effects on the human intestinal microbiome are poorly...
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Smart city lifestyle sensing, big data, geo-analytics and intelligence for smarter public health decision-making in overweight, obesity and type 2 diabetes prevention: the research we should be doing

2 monthes ago   |   Springer

Abstract The public health burden caused by overweight, obesity and type-2 diabetes is very significant and continues to rise worldwide. The causation of OO and T2D is complex...
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The role of the gut microbiota on the metabolic status of obese children

2 monthes ago   |   Microbial Cell Factories

The term “metabolically healthy obese ” denotes a hale and salutary status, yet this connotation has not been validated in children, and may, in fact, be a misnomer. As...
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World Biotechnology Congress 2019

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World Biotechnology Congress 2019

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Immune response induced by oral administration with a Saccharomyces...

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Thin, Large-Area Device Converts Infrared Light into Images

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Wishbone Day Raises Awareness of Osteogenesis Imperfecta

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