White adipose tissue cells and the progression of cachexia: inflammatory pathways

@inproceedings{Neves2016WhiteAT,
  title={White adipose tissue cells and the progression of cachexia: inflammatory pathways},
  author={Rodrigo Xavier das Neves and Jos{\'e} Cesar Rosa‐Neto and Alex Shimura Yamashita and Em{\'i}dio M. Matos‐Neto and Daniela Riccardi and Fabio Santos. Lira and Miguel L Batista and Marilia Seelaender},
  booktitle={Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Cachexia is a systemic syndrome leading to body wasting, systemic inflammation, and to metabolic chaos. It is a progressive condition, and little is known about its dynamics. Detection of the early signs of the disease may lead to the attenuation of the associated symptoms. The white adipose tissue is an organ with endocrine functions, capable of synthesising and secreting a plethora of proteins, including cytokines, chemokines, and adipokines. It is well established that different… CONTINUE READING
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