Obesity-Driven Gut Microbiota Inflammatory Pathways to Metabolic Syndrome

@article{CavalcanteSilva2015ObesityDrivenGM,
  title={Obesity-Driven Gut Microbiota Inflammatory Pathways to Metabolic Syndrome},
  author={L. H. A. Cavalcante-Silva and J. G. Galv{\~a}o and J. S. da Silva and Jos{\'e} M. de Sales-Neto and S. Rodrigues-Mascarenhas},
  journal={Frontiers in Physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={6}
}
The intimate interplay between immune system, metabolism, and gut microbiota plays an important role in controlling metabolic homeostasis and possible obesity development. Obesity involves impairment of immune response affecting both innate and adaptive immunity. The main factors involved in the relationship of obesity with inflammation have not been completely elucidated. On the other hand, gut microbiota, via innate immune receptors, has emerged as one of the key factors regulating events… Expand
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