Hepatic and Visceral Adipose Tissue 11bHSD1 Expressions are Markers of Body Weight Loss After Bariatric Surgery
Fort, José Manuel
Peinado Onsurbe, Julia
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Cortisolemia and 11βHSD1 in liver and adipose tissue are altered in obesity. However, their participation in the development of obesity remains unclear. This study analyzed these parameters in the transition from morbid to type 1 obesity after bariatric surgery.
Is part ofObesity, 2015, vol. 23, núm. 9, p. 1856-1863
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