Transcriptional control of brown adipocyte development and physiological function--of mice and men.

@article{Seale2009TranscriptionalCO,
  title={Transcriptional control of brown adipocyte development and physiological function--of mice and men.},
  author={Patrick Seale and Shingo Kajimura and Bruce M. Spiegelman},
  journal={Genes & development},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 7},
  pages={
          788-97
        }
}
The last several years have seen an explosion of information relating to the transcriptional control of brown fat cell development. At the same time, new data have emerged that clearly demonstrate that adult humans do indeed have substantial amounts of functioning brown adipose tissue (BAT). Together, these advances are stimulating a reassessment of the role of brown adipose tissue in human physiology and pathophysiology. These data have also opened up exciting new opportunities for the… CONTINUE READING

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