AA Romanovsky

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: A decreased resistance to infection and impairments of immunity are common in obese humans and in rodents with hereditary obesity. Since brown fat thermogenesis is also suppressed in obese rodents, we hypothesized that obesity leads to a decreased febrile responsiveness.METHODS: We compared the fever responses to intravenous E.(More)
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