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  1. ... characterized by an almost total lack of fatty (adipose) tissue in the body and a very muscular appearance. Adipose tissue is found in many parts of the body, ...
  2. ... condition characterized by an abnormal distribution of fatty (adipose) tissue. Adipose tissue is normally found in many parts of the ... provides cushioning. In people with familial partial lipodystrophy, adipose tissue is lost from the arms, legs, and hips, ...
  3. ... the major component of the body's fatty (adipose) tissue.The AGPAT2 enzyme is part of a chemical ... is characterized by an almost total absence of adipose tissue and a very muscular appearance. A shortage of ...
  4. ... a condition characterized by painful folds of fatty (adipose) tissue or the growth of multiple noncancerous (benign) fatty ... others it is continuous. Movement or pressure on adipose tissue or lipomas can make the pain worse. In ...
  5. ... make up most of the body's fatty (adipose) tissue. In these cells, caveolae appear to be essential ... is characterized by an almost total absence of adipose tissue and a very muscular appearance. A shortage of ...
  6. ... adipocytes, which are the major component of fatty (adipose) tissue. Studies suggest that seipin plays a critical role ... is characterized by an almost total absence of adipose tissue and a very muscular appearance. A shortage of ...
  7. ... condition characterized by an abnormal distribution of fatty (adipose) tissue in the body. Adipose tissue is lost from the arms, legs, and hips, ... adipocytes, which are the fat-storing cells in adipose tissue. The effects of LMNA gene mutations on adipocytes ...
  8. ... make up most of the body's fatty (adipose) tissue.Studies suggest that cavin-1 plays an essential ... is characterized by an almost total absence of adipose tissue and a very muscular appearance. A shortage of ...
  9. ... plays a role in the development of fatty (adipose) tissue. At least four SFRP4 gene mutations have been ... related protein 4 upregulates adipogenic differentiation in human adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells. PLoS One. 2015 Feb ...
  10. ... Fibroadipose hyperplasia causes overgrowth of fibrous and fatty (adipose) tissues in various regions of the body, which leads ... syndrome has multiple features, including an overgrowth of adipose tissue in the abdomen that is often associated with ...
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