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Anthony H Tsang, Johanna L Barclay, and Henrik Oster

gluconeogenesis in liver and lipolysis in adipose tissues ( Kwon & Hermayer 2013 ). GCs also play an important role in modulating immune ( Silverman & Sternberg 2012 ) and cognitive functions ( Sandi 2011 ). The majority of the effects of GCs are mediated by its

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Junye Chen, Yi Lu, Mengyuan Tian, and Qiren Huang

Karki S Qiang L Tao R Kim J Luo Z Farmer SR Kandror KV 2011 SIRT1 controls lipolysis in adipocytes via FOXO1-mediated expression of ATGL . Journal of Lipid Research 52 1693 – 1701 . ( https://doi.org/10.1194/jlr.M014647 ) 10.1194/jlr.M014647

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Keir Menzies and Johan Auwerx

reliant on substrates that drive OXPHOS activity. Lipids, which can be oxidized by mitochondria, are provided by lipolysis in adipose tissue and of intramuscular triacylglycerols. Carbohydrates, in the form of glucose, can be sequestered from the

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Rebecca H Ritchie, Eser J Zerenturk, Darnel Prakoso, and Anna C Calkin

al . 2008 ). Plasma TAG levels were increased by ~70% and cardiac TAG and DAG levels were both significantly elevated in diabetic mice. Interestingly, key genes involved in the regulation of lipid uptake, oxidation, FA release, lipolysis and uptake

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Salman Azhar, Dachuan Dong, Wen-Jun Shen, Zhigang Hu, and Fredric B Kraemer

helps to control the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates; gluconeogenesis; suppresses inflammation; immune function; regulates blood pressure; increases blood sugar; controls gluconeogenesis and lipolysis of adipose tissue; and it affects

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Nicole Gallo-Payet

Jacobsen ML Pedersen TA Holst B Conde-Frieboes KW Wulff BS 2011 Characterization of murine melanocortin receptors mediating adipocyte lipolysis and examination of signalling pathways involved . Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology

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Oro Uchenunu, Michael Pollak, Ivan Topisirovic, and Laura Hulea

expenditure, reduced lipolysis and greater fatty acid re-esterification in the adipose tissue ( Le Bacquer et al . 2007 ). Furthermore, resistance to insulin in EIF4EBP1 and EIF4EBP2 double knockout mice was associated with increased RPS6KB activity