Adipokine Imbalance in the Pericardial Cavity of Cardiac and Vascular Disease Patients

@inproceedings{Elie2016AdipokineII,
  title={Adipokine Imbalance in the Pericardial Cavity of Cardiac and Vascular Disease Patients},
  author={Atlanta G I M Elie and Pia S{\o}ndergaard Jensen and Katrine Dueholm Nissen and Ilvy M. E. Geraets and Aimin Xu and Erfei Song and Maria Lyck Hansen and Akhmadjon 6 Irmukhamedov and Lars Melholt Rasmussen and Yu Wang and Jo G R De Mey},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
AIM Obesity and especially hypertrophy of epicardial adipose tissue accelerate coronary atherogenesis. We aimed at comparing levels of inflammatory and atherogenic hormones from adipose tissue in the pericardial fluid and circulation of cardiovascular disease patients. METHODS AND RESULTS Venous plasma (P) and pericardial fluid (PF) were obtained from elective cardiothoracic surgery patients (n = 37). Concentrations of leptin, adipocyte fatty acid-binding protein (A-FABP) and adiponectin (APN… CONTINUE READING
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