1 Fat mass and obesity associated ( FTO ) gene and hepatic 2 glucose and lipid metabolism 3

@inproceedings{Mizuno20181FM,
  title={1 Fat mass and obesity associated ( FTO ) gene and hepatic 2 glucose and lipid metabolism 3},
  author={Tooru M. Mizuno},
  year={2018}
}
Common genetic variants of the fat mass and obesity associated (FTO) gene are strongly associated 9 with obesity and type 2 diabetes. FTO is ubiquitously expressed, but appears to have tissue-specific roles. 10 Earlier studies have focused on the role of hypothlamic FTO in the regulation of metabolism. However, it 11 appears that FTO plays a role in the regulation of metabolism in a tissue-specific manner. Recent studies 12 suggest that expression of hepatic FTO is regulated by metabolic… CONTINUE READING

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