Changes in the 24 h Rhythmicity of Liver PPARs and Peroxisomal Markers When Feeding Is Restricted to Two Daytime Hours

@inproceedings{RiveraZavala2011ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the 24 h Rhythmicity of Liver PPARs and Peroxisomal
Markers When Feeding Is Restricted to Two Daytime Hours},
  author={Julieta Berenice Rivera-Zavala and Adri{\'a}n B{\'a}ez-Ruiz and Mauricio D{\'i}az-Mu{\~n}oz},
  booktitle={PPAR research},
  year={2011}
}
Restricted feeding (RF) during daytime is associated with anticipatory activity before feeding, marked hyperphagia after mealtime, adjustments in hepatic metabolism, and the expression of a food-entrained oscillator (FEO). 24 h rhythmicity of liver PPARα, β, and γ, peroxisomal markers (PMP70, AOX, and catalase), and free fatty acids (FFAs) during RF was evaluated. The effect of fasting-refeeding was also studied. Results showed (1) higher levels of FFA before feeding, (2) a shift of PPARα and… CONTINUE READING
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