Brown Adipose Tissue , Β 3-adrenergic Receptors , and Obesity

@inproceedings{Lowell1997BrownAT,
  title={Brown Adipose Tissue , Β 3-adrenergic Receptors , and Obesity},
  author={Bradford B. Lowell and Jeffrey S. Flier},
  year={1997}
}
Brown adipose tissue is distinguished by its unique capacity for uncoupled mitochondrial respiration, which is highly regulated by sympathetic nerve activity. Because of this, energy expenditure in brown fat is capable of ranging over many orders of magnitude. The fact that the function of brown adipose tissue is impaired in obese rodents and that transgenic mice with decreased brown fat develop obesity demonstrates the importance of brown fat in maintaining nutritional homeostasis. However… CONTINUE READING

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