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1 cAMP-dependent signaling regulates the adipogenic effect of n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids
article 2008    
Author: Madsen, L. · Pedersen, L.M. · Liaset, B. · Ma, T. · Petersen, R.K. · Berg, S. van den · Pan, J. · Müller-Decker, K.M. · Dülsner, E.D. · Kleemann, R. · Kooistra, T. · Døskeland, S.O. · Kristiansen, K.
Keywords: Acids · Biomolecules · Carbohydrates · Cell culture · Cytology · Ecology · Fetal monitoring · Metabolism · Organic compounds · Oxygen · Urea · Adipogenesis · Cyclooxygenase · Demanding processes · Gluconeogenesis · Heat productions · Hepatic expressions · High protein diets · In vitro · Oxygen consumptions · Peroxisome proliferator- activated receptors · Polyunsaturated fatty acids · Prostaglandin synthesis · Protein kinases · Urea syntheses · Nutrition · Cyclic AMP dependent protein kinase · Glucagon · Glucose · Insulin · Omega 6 fatty acid · Peroxisome proliferator activated receptor gamma coactivator 1alpha · Prostaglandin synthase · Urea · Carbohydrate · Unsaturated fatty acid · Adipocyte · Adipogenesis · Amino acid sequence · Animal cell · Animal cell culture · Animal experiment · Animal model · Animal tissue · Carbohydrate diet · Controlled study · Energy conservation · Enzyme activity · Enzyme induction · Gluconeogenesis · In vitro study · In vivo study · Nonhuman · Prostaglandin synthesis · Protein diet · Protein expression · Signal transduction · Urea cycle · Biological model · C57BL mouse · Cell strain 3T3 · Chemistry · Cytology · Genetics · Mus · 3T3-L1 Cells · Adipocytes · Adipogenesis · Animals · Carbohydrates · Cyclic AMP · Fatty Acids, Omega-6 · Fatty Acids, Unsaturated · Male · Mice · Mice, Inbred C57BL · Models, Biological · Obesity · Signal Transduction · Urea · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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