Adipose tissue gene expression is differentially regulated with different rates of weight loss in overweight and obese humans

  • R.G. Vink (Creator)
  • N.J. Roumans (Creator)
  • Parastoo Fazelzadeh (Creator)
  • S.H. Tareen (Creator)
  • Mark Boekschoten (Creator)
  • E.C. Mariman (Creator)
  • M.A. van Baak (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Background: Moderate weight loss can ameliorate adverse health effects associated with obesity, reflected by an improved adipose tissue (AT) gene expression profile. However, the effect of rate of weight loss on the AT transcriptome is unknown.
Date made available7 Feb 2017
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Adipose tissue gene expression is differentially regulated with different rates of weight loss in overweight and obese humans

Vink, R. G., Roumans, N. J., Fazelzadeh, P., Tareen, S. H. K., Boekschoten, M. V., Van Baak, M. A. & Mariman, E. C., 2017, In : International Journal of Obesity. 41, 2, p. 309-316

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    Vink, R. G. (Creator), Roumans, N. J. (Creator), Fazelzadeh, P. (Creator), Tareen, S. H. (Creator), Boekschoten, M. (Creator), Mariman, E. C. (Creator), van Baak, M. A. (Creator) (7 Feb 2017). Adipose tissue gene expression is differentially regulated with different rates of weight loss in overweight and obese humans. Wageningen University.