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Molecular Research in Obesity and Obesity Related Disorders: 2nd Edition

A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Molecular Endocrinology and Metabolism".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2024 | Viewed by 236

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1. Department of Biochemistry and Pharmacogenomics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical University of Warsaw, 02-097 Warsaw, Poland
2. Center for Preclinical Research, Medical University of Warsaw, 02-097 Warsaw, Poland
Interests: biochemistry and molecular medicine; molecular and cellular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis; pathogenesis of metabolic disorders; the role of interaction between genetic and environmental factors in the pathogenesis of non-communicable diseases; atherosclerosis; obesity; obesity-related metabolic diseases and cancers
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Dear Colleagues,

Obesity, a complex disease involving an excessive amount of body fat, significantly increases the risk of many metabolic diseases and various cancers. Although the main causes of excessive accumulation of adipose tissue are known and numerous efforts have been undertaken to fight the obesogenic environment, the number of overweight and obese people continues to grow. The obesity epidemic intensifies the need for research on the etiology of this disease, especially its molecular mechanisms. There is considerable evidence that supports the role of epigenetic mechanisms, as well as cross-talks between adipocytes and other cells, and between adipose tissue and other tissues in the development of obesity and obesity-related diseases. 

For this Special Issue, we seek papers that focus on the molecular mechanisms associated with the development of obesity and obesity-related diseases, including adipocyte biology and adipose tissue disfunction, cell-to-cell metabolic cross-talk and cross-talk between microbiome and adipose tissue, and the molecular mechanisms underlying these processes. Data on specific molecular patterns of adipocytes and other cells involved in the development of adipose tissue dysfunction and its metabolic consequences are welcome. New insights into molecular mechanisms related to changes in eating behaviours that lead to obesity are also of importance.  

Prof. Dr. Grażyna Nowicka
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • adipocyte biology
  • adipocyte tissue
  • adipocyte tissue dysfunction
  • cellular patterns
  • molecular patterns
  • epigenetics
  • gene expression
  • DNA damage
  • inflammation
  • oxidative stress
  • metabolic disorders
  • cancer

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