Autologous fat transplants influence compensatory white adipose tissue mass increases after lipectomy.

@article{Lacy2004AutologousFT,
  title={Autologous fat transplants influence compensatory white adipose tissue mass increases after lipectomy.},
  author={Eva L Lacy and Timothy J Bartness},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={286 1},
  pages={R61-70}
}
Direct tests of the hypothesized total body fat regulatory system have been accomplished by partial surgical lipectomy. This usually results in the restoration of the lipid deficit through compensatory increases in nonexcised white adipose tissue (WAT) masses of ground squirrels, laboratory rats, and mice, as well as Siberian and Syrian hamsters. We challenged this hypothesized total body fat regulatory system by testing the response of Siberian hamsters to 1) lipid deficits [lipectomy… CONTINUE READING

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