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Relationships between plasma lipidomic profiles and brown adipose tissue density in humans

Fuse et al.
Used Parameters : BMI, PBF, VFA

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Japan

Journal : International Journal of Obesity

Results A variety of metabolite peaks, such as glycerophospholipids (168 peaks), steroids and derivatives (78 peaks), fatty acyls (62 peaks), and glycerolipids (31 peaks), were detected. Univariate regression analysis, corrected by false discovery rate to yield Q values, revealed significant correlations in BAT-d and phosphatidylethanolamine (PE (46: 2), r= 0.62, Q= 4.9× 10− 2) in the summer, androgens (r= 0.75, Q= 7.0× 10− 3) in the winter, and diacylglycerol (DG (36: 1), r=− 0.68, Q= 4.9× 10− 2) in the summer in men, but not in women …
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