The relationship between gut and adipose hormones, and reproduction.

@article{Comninos2014TheRB,
  title={The relationship between gut and adipose hormones, and reproduction.},
  author={Alexander N. Comninos and Channa N Jayasena and Waljit Singh Dhillo},
  journal={Human reproduction update},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          153-74
        }
}
BACKGROUND Reproductive function is tightly regulated by nutritional status. Indeed, it has been well described that undernutrition or obesity can lead to subfertility or infertility in humans. The common regulatory pathways which control energy homeostasis and reproductive function have, to date, been poorly understood due to limited studies or inconclusive data. However, gut hormones and adipose tissue hormones have recently emerged as potential regulators of both energy homeostasis and… Expand
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