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- is also a negative regulator of lipolysis. FSP-27 expression is negatively correlated with ATGL mRNA levels. Lipolysis can be regulated through cAMP's...
- Injection lipolysis is a controversial cosmetic procedure in which drug mixtures are injected into patients with the goal of destroying fat cells. This...
- cells (adipocytes). The breakdown of this fat is known as lipolysis. The products of lipolysis, free fatty acids, are released into the bloodstream and...
- Glucagon also regulates the rate of glucose production through lipolysis. Glucagon induces lipolysis in humans under conditions of insulin suppression (such...
- digestion. They are distinct from injection lipolysis, which relies solely on injections marketed as causing lipolysis.[clarification needed] Liposuction is...
- from the loss of lactic acid, the enzymes in the molds responsible for lipolysis and proteolysis are more active and can continue to ferment the cheese...
- Sprouting is the natural process by which seeds or spores germinate and put out shoots, and already established plants produce new leaves or buds or other...
- hormone-sensitive lipase-mediated lipolysis. Specifically, in the basal state Perilipin A allows a low level of basal lipolysis by reducing the access of cytosolic...
- lipolysis, as variations in diacylglycerol concentration impact enzymes in later stages of lipolysis. Defects in ATGL can cause problems in lipolysis...
- depots of adipose tissue. Between meals they are released as follows: Lipolysis, the removal of the fatty acid chains from the glycerol to which they...
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