Adenovirus 36 infection and obesity.

@article{Esposito2012Adenovirus3I,
  title={Adenovirus 36 infection and obesity.},
  author={Susanna Esposito and Valentina Preti and Silvia Consolo and Erica Nazzari and Nicola Principi},
  journal={Journal of clinical virology : the official publication of the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology},
  year={2012},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={95-100}
}
The most important factors leading to fat accumulation in children are genetic inheritance, endocrine alterations, and behavioural/environmental causes. In addition, experimental animal studies have shown that infections due to various pathogens can lead to overweight and obesity conditions, and studies of humans have found that the incidence of seroconversion against some of these may be significantly more frequent in obese adults and children than in normal subjects. However, the results of… CONTINUE READING
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