Altered lipid partitioning and glucocorticoid availability in CBG‐deficient male mice with diet‐induced obesity

@article{Gulfo2016AlteredLP,
  title={Altered lipid partitioning and glucocorticoid availability in CBG‐deficient male mice with diet‐induced obesity},
  author={J. Gulfo and A. Ledda and Elisabet Serra and C. Cabot and M. Esteve and M. Grasa},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2016},
  volume={24}
}
To evaluate how deficiency in corticosteroid‐binding globulin (CBG), the specific carrier of glucocorticoids, affects glucocorticoid availability and adipose tissue in obesity. 

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