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  • adj. Producing fat.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Forming or tending to form fat; relating to lipogenesis.


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  • A study in the current issue of Obesity Research that adds another piece to the growing pile of evidence showing fructose to be a lipogenic fat causing sugar.

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  • Further, the high-KAA diet repressed liver expression of lipogenic genes such as FAS and

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  • Measurement of lipid species and lipogenic fluxes provided further insight into the underlying preventive mechanism.

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  • The high-KAA diet improved hepatic steatosis with decreased de novo lipogensis (DNL) fluxes as well as reduced expressions of lipogenic genes.

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  • Stoeckman AK, Towle HC (2002) The role of SREBP-1c in nutritional regulation of lipogenic enzyme gene expression.

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  • Hepatic lipogenic enzymes, such as fatty acid synthase (FAS), malic enzyme (ME), and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH) activities were inhibited by SSC treatment.

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  • (UCP2) and β-oxidation genes and decreases in expression of lipogenic genes in white adipose tissue (WAT), suggesting increased utilization and decreased synthesis of fatty acids, respectively.

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  • No sodas, juices, cookies, candy, cakes, etc. As healthy as fruit may be, it's natural sugars do not only not promote fat loss, they actually promote fat storage (fructose is the most lipogenic carb).

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  • Swinnen JV, Ulrix W, Heyns W, Verhoeven G (1997) Coordinate regulation of lipogenic gene expression by androgens: evidence for a cascade mechanism involving sterol regulatory element binding proteins.

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  • This effect was associated with a reduction in the expression of lipogenic enzymes.

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