Obesity-induced hypoadiponectinaemia: the opposite influences of central and peripheral fat compartments.

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Background and Aims The substantial reduction in adiponectin concentration among obese individuals seems to depend on fat distribution and is a marker of metabolic and adipose tissue dysfunction. We aimed to: (i) address whether abdominal fat from different compartments (visceral, deep subcutaneous abdominal and superficial subcutaneous abdominal) and… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ije/dyx022

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@article{Borges2017ObesityinducedHT, title={Obesity-induced hypoadiponectinaemia: the opposite influences of central and peripheral fat compartments.}, author={Marcos de Carvalho Borges and Ism{\'e}nia Oliveira and Deivid França Freitas and Bernardo L Horta and K. K. Ong and Denise Petrucci Gigante and A. J. D. Barros}, journal={International journal of epidemiology}, year={2017}, volume={46 6}, pages={2044-2055} }