Increases in adiponectin predict improved liver, but not peripheral, insulin sensitivity in severely obese women during weight loss.

@article{Lin2007IncreasesIA,
  title={Increases in adiponectin predict improved liver, but not peripheral, insulin sensitivity in severely obese women during weight loss.},
  author={Edward B Lin and Lawrence S. Phillips and Thomas R. Ziegler and Brian Schmotzer and Kongjun Wu and Li Hao Gu and Leena K Khaitan and Scott A Lynch and William E. Torres and Chari D. Smith and Nana Gletsu-Miller},
  journal={Diabetes},
  year={2007},
  volume={56 3},
  pages={
          735-42
        }
}
Obesity-related glucose intolerance is a function of hepatic (homeostatic model assessment-insulin resistance [HOMA-IR]) and peripheral insulin resistance (S(i)) and beta-cell dysfunction. We determined relationships between changes in these measures, visceral (VAT) and subcutaneous (SAT) adipose tissue, and systemic adipocytokine biomarkers 1 and 6 months after surgical weight loss. HOMA-IR decreased significantly (-50%) from baseline by 1 month and decreased further (-67%) by 6 months, and S… CONTINUE READING
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