Special Issue "Nutrition and Metabolism in Health and Disease: From Gene to Organism"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2022) | Viewed by 37091
Interests: food nutrition; fish; olfactory system; gustatory system; brain; neurosciences; fatty acid and their metabolites
Interests: nutrition; phytochemicals; lipids; nuclear receptors; lipid metabolisms; inflammation; insulin resistance; hyperlipidemia; adipocytes; hepatocytes; enterocytes
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Nutrition and Metabolism in Health and Disease: From Gene to Organism 2.0
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Food is any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink to maintain life and growth. It is known that nutrition has a predominant and recognizable role in health management. However, nutritional imbalance, inadequate nutrition, or default of feeding behavior can lead to metabolic disorders, leading to an alteration of the growth and even death.
In this way, finding and maintaining a nutritionally rich diet requires learning about which nutrients are healthy and which nutrients are not, how foods and nutrients impact the body, and how to use scientific resources.
Contributions to this Special Issue will provide new insights into the impact of nutrition in all animal models deciphering nutrient-mediated signaling pathways in different cell types to organs, from the detection of nutrients through their absorption and elimination to their beneficial or detrimental role in organisms.
Works that focus on studies of whole diets, nutrients (fatty acids, amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins, etc.), or in the intake of food supplements with the aim to contribute to our knowledge about the impact of nutrition in healthy organisms, as well as nutritional or metabolic disorders or diseases are welcomed.
Dr. Jérôme Roy
Prof. Dr. Nobuyuki Takahashi
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- food nutrition
- dietary patterns
- dietary bioactive compounds
- signaling pathways
- feeding behavior
- detection, absorption, elimination
- biological activity
- health and disease