• Chemokine network during adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 cells: Differential response between growth and proinflammatory factor in preadipocytes vs. adipocytes
  • Short-term HFD does not alter lipolytic function of adipocytes
  • Sodium acetate decreases phosphorylation of hormone sensitive lipase in isoproterenol-stimulated 3T3-L1 mature adipocytes
  • The AdipoChaser mouse: A model tracking adipogenesis in vivo

April 1, 2014

Chemokine network during adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 cells: Differential response between growth and proinflammatory factor in preadipocytes vs. adipocytes

Syeda M Kabir, Eun-Sook Lee and Deok-Soo Son


April 1, 2014

Short-term HFD does not alter lipolytic function of adipocytes

Michael SF Wiedemann, Stephan Wueest, Alexandra Grob, Flurin Item, Eugen J Schoenle and Daniel Konrad


April 1, 2014

Sodium acetate decreases phosphorylation of hormone sensitive lipase in isoproterenol-stimulated 3T3-L1 mature adipocytes

Nicola Aberdein, Michael Schweizer and Derek Ball


April 1, 2014

The AdipoChaser mouse: A model tracking adipogenesis in vivo

Qiong A Wang and Philipp E Scherer


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Laboratory rodents are in a constant battle to maintain their body temperature under normal lab conditions. The commentary by Warner and Mittag challenges the widespread perception that room temperature rodent studies are effective tools for the war on obesity. Additionally, that directly stimulating thermogenesis for wasting energy is only one side of the coin. Image courtesy of Amy Warner. For more information, see Warner and Mittag, in this issue.

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