Obesity: Pathophysiology and metabolism

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The amount of energy that we consume as food is modulated by various mechanisms and networks that connect the brain with the gut. This process is the key by which the body weight attained is regulated. Obesity is indicated by an increase in the subcutaneous adipose tissue. Its metabolic consequences include insulin resistance which is attributable to an increase in fat deposition in Liver, the omentum and skeletal muscles. A Virus has been found recently which is associated with obesity. Human Adenovirus Ad-36 is known to cause adiposity in animal models and also enhances differentiation as well as lipid accumulation in human.

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