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Circadian Dysfunction and Obesity: Is Leptin the Missing Link?
|Published in||Cell Metabolism. 2015, vol. 22, no. 3, p. 359-60|
|Abstract||While accumulating evidence suggests that circadian desynchrony is linked to obesity and metabolic syndrome, the underlining mechanism is still poorly understood. In this issue, Kettner et al. (2015) demonstrate that leptin resistance, induced by circadian clock deficiency or chronic jet lag, may represent this missing link.|
|Keywords||Adipose Tissue/metabolism — Animals — Circadian Clocks — Leptin/metabolism — Obesity/metabolism|
|Research group||Endocrinologie et horloge circadienne (948)|
|DIBNER, Charna, GACHON, Frédéric. Circadian Dysfunction and Obesity: Is Leptin the Missing Link?. In: Cell Metabolism, 2015, vol. 22, n° 3, p. 359-60. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:111056|