SnapShot: Brown and Beige Adipose Thermogenesis

  title={SnapShot: Brown and Beige Adipose Thermogenesis},
  author={Megan Kissig and Suzanne N. Shapira and P. Seale},
Brown and beige adipose tissues have been identified as potential therapeutic targets for combating diet-induced obesity and metabolic disease. Here, we present transcriptional and developmental regulation of brown and beige adipose tissue, as well as critical physiological and pharmaceutical activators of thermogenesis in both tissues. 
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