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Djeda Belharazem, Matthias Kirchner, Franziska Geissler, Peter Bugert, Martin Spahn, Burkhard Kneitz, Hubertus Riedmiller, Christian Sauer, Stefan Küffer, Lutz Trojan, Christian Bolenz, Maurice Stephan Michel, Alexander Marx, and Philipp Ströbel

. Clinical Cancer Research 2007 13 3796 – 3802 . ( doi:10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-07-0085 ). 6 Bartolomei MS . Genomic imprinting: employing and avoiding epigenetic processes . Genes and Development 2009 23 2124 – 2133 . ( doi:10.1101/gad.1841409

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Rachel D C A Diniz, Renata M Souza, Roberto Salvatori, Alex Franca, Elenilde Gomes-Santos, Thiago O Ferrão, Carla R P Oliveira, João A M Santana, Francisco A Pereira, Rita A A Barbosa, Anita H O Souza, Rossana M C Pereira, Alécia A Oliveira-Santos, Allysson M P Silva, Francisco J Santana-Júnior, Eugênia H O Valença, Viviane C Campos, and Manuel H Aguiar-Oliveira

the mere accumulation of lipid within hepatocytes (hepatic steatosis, HS), or the inflammation of the liver (nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, NASH), liver fibrosis, or cirrhosis (2) . The evolution of HS to NASH occurs through the development of insulin

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E N Dudinskaya, O N Tkacheva, M V Shestakova, N V Brailova, I D Strazhesko, D U Akasheva, O Y Isaykina, N V Sharashkina, D A Kashtanova, and S A Boytsov

ageing and the development of age-related diseases. In addition, insulin resistance (IR) is considered to be a predictor of atherosclerosis and CVD independently of other risk factors, such as blood lipid levels, and hyperglycaemia results in ageing

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Li Jing and Wang Chengji

showed that exercise could decrease the blood sugar and regulate the oxidative stress in the body. Oxidative stress can increase the occurrence and development of complications in diabetic patients, the effect of exercise on the metabolism of metabolites

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Xi Wang and Qi Yu

maturation that is not a result of central activation of the hypothalamic–pituitary–gonadal axis. CPP, which is GnRH-dependent PP, is based on hypothalamic–pituitary–gonadal axis activation associated with progressive pubertal development, accelerated growth

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Nicolás Crisosto, Bárbara Echiburú, Manuel Maliqueo, Marta Luchsinger, Pedro Rojas, Sergio Recabarren, and Teresa Sir-Petermann

daughters of women with PCOS during different stages of development finding several features that may represent early metabolic and reproductive markers of the syndrome and that may be modified through interventions that improve the adverse pregnancy

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L Johnsen, N B Lyckegaard, P Khanal, B Quistorff, K Raun, and M O Nielsen

Introduction Prenatal and early postnatal malnutrition can mediate metabolic programming with life-lasting effects. This represents a risk for development of metabolic diseases later in life, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes ( 1 , 2 , 3

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Florian W Kiefer

that the lipid lysophosphatidylcholine-acyl C16:0 is strongly associated with BAT activity in humans as determined by PET/CT scans ( 83 ). These findings highlight the promising developments in the identification of novel non-invasive markers for the

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Eric Seidel, Gudrun Walenda, Clemens Messerschmidt, Benedikt Obermayer, Mirko Peitzsch, Paal Wallace, Rohini Bahethi, Taekyeong Yoo, Murim Choi, Petra Schrade, Sebastian Bachmann, Gerhard Liebisch, Graeme Eisenhofer, Dieter Beule, and Ute I Scholl

2 , a Wnt target gene ( 27 ), and IGF1 , encoding an insulin-like growth factor. IGFs have been implicated in adrenal development ( 28 ) and tumor formation ( 29 ). Genes with downregulated expression included SOAT1 , encoding for sterol

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Jonneke J Hollanders, Bibian van der Voorn, Noera Kieviet, Koert M Dolman, Yolanda B de Rijke, Erica L T van den Akker, Joost Rotteveel, Adriaan Honig, and Martijn J J Finken

fetal hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis, which are protective in the short term, but might pose a risk in the long term ( 3 ). The development of the fetal HPA axis is, among other factors, influenced by the placental transfer of maternal GCs