Lipogenesis in situ in the genetically obese Zucker fatty rat (fa/fa): Role of hyperphagia and hyperinsulinaemia View Full Text


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1978-03

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V. Godbole, D. A. York

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In situ fatty acid synthesis has been measured with 3H2O in anaesthetised lean and obese Zucker (fa/fa) rats. The accumulation of fatty acids was increased in both the liver and adipose tissue of young fa/fa rats as a result of both an increased rate of lipogenesis and an increase in tissue mass. Whereas total hepatic lipogenesis increased with age, total adipose tissue lipogenesis decreased in older fa/fa rats. Experiments with hepatectomized rats showed that the liver was the major site of the excess fatty acid synthesis in fa/fa rats. The enhanced rate of lipogenesis in fa/fa rats was abolished by either pairfeeding or streptozotocin treatment. The results suggest that the increased fatty acid synthesis in fa/fa rats is secondary to the hyperphagia, hpyerinsulinaemia, and increased mass of hepatic and adipose tissues. More... »

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191-197

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