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  Circadian regulation of lipid mobilization in white adipose tissues.

Shostak, A., Meyer-Kovac, J., & Oster, H. (2013). Circadian regulation of lipid mobilization in white adipose tissues. Diabetes, 62(7), 2195-2203. doi:10.2337/db12-1449.

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Shostak, A.1, Author              
Meyer-Kovac, J.1, Author              
Oster, H.1, Author              
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 Abstract: In mammals, a network of circadian clocks regulates 24-h rhythms of behavior and physiology. Circadian disruption promotes obesity and the development of obesity-associated disorders, but it remains unclear to which extent peripheral tissue clocks contribute to this effect. To reveal the impact of the circadian timing system on lipid metabolism, blood and adipose tissue samples from wild-type, Clock Delta 19, and Bmall(-/-) circadian mutant mice were subjected to biochemical assays and gene expression profiling. We show diurnal variations in lipolysis rates and release of free fatty acids (FFAs) and glycerol into the blood correlating with rhythmic regulation of two genes encoding the lipolysis pacemaker enzymes, adipose triglyceride (TG) lipase and hormone-sensitive lipase, by self-sustained adipocyte clocks. Circadian clock mutant mice show low and nonrhythmic FFA and glycerol blood content together with decreased lipolysis rates and increased sensitivity to fasting. Instead circadian clock disruption promotes the accumulation of TGs in white adipose tissue (WAT), leading to increased adiposity and adipocyte hypertrophy. In summary, circadian modulation of lipolysis rates regulates the availability of lipid-derived energy during the day, suggesting a role for WAT clocks in the regulation of energy homeostasis.

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2013-02-222013-07
 Publication Status: Published in print
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 Identifiers: DOI: 10.2337/db12-1449
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Pages: - Volume / Issue: 62 (7) Sequence Number: - Start / End Page: 2195 - 2203 Identifier: -