Reciprocal effects of systemic inflammation and brain natriuretic peptide on adiponectin biosynthesis in adipose tissue of patients with ischemic heart disease.

@article{Antonopoulos2014ReciprocalEO,
  title={Reciprocal effects of systemic inflammation and brain natriuretic peptide on adiponectin biosynthesis in adipose tissue of patients with ischemic heart disease.},
  author={Alexios S Antonopoulos and Marios Margaritis and Patricia Coutinho and Janet E. Digby and Rikhil Patel and Constantinos Psarros and Ntobeko Ntusi and Theodoros D Karamitsos and Regent Lee and Ravi De Silva and Mario Petrou and Rana Sayeed and Michael Demosthenous and Constantinos Bakogiannis and Paul B. Wordsworth and Dimitris Tousoulis and Stefan Neubauer and Keith M. Channon and Charalambos Antoniades},
  journal={Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 9},
  pages={2151-9}
}
OBJECTIVE To explore the role of systemic inflammation in the regulation of adiponectin levels in patients with ischemic heart disease. APPROACH AND RESULTS In a cross-sectional study of 575 subjects, serum adiponectin was compared between healthy subjects, patients with coronary artery disease with no/mild/severe heart failure (HF), and patients with nonischemic HF. Adiponectin expression and release from femoral, subcutaneous and thoracic adipose tissue was determined in 258 additional… CONTINUE READING
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