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adipogenesis


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adipogenesis

Arxes: retrotransposed genes required for adipogenesis

Vitamin D and adipogenesis: new molecular insights

The role of vitamin D in adipogenesis

Shifting in Balance Between Osteogenesis and Adipogenesis Substantially Influences Hematopoiesis

Syndecan-1 regulates adipogenesis: new insights in dedifferentiated liposarcoma tumorigenesis

BSCL2/seipin regulates adipogenesis through actin cytoskeleton remodelling

Effects of Inorganic HgCl2 on Adipogenesis

Glucocorticoid Receptor Signaling Is Not Required for In Vivo Adipogenesis

Seipin is necessary for normal brain development and spermatogenesis in addition to adipogenesis

Impact of conjugated linoleic acid on bone physiology: proposed mechanism involving inhibition of adipogenesis

Simultaneous identification of differential gene expression and connectivity in inflammation, adipogenesis and cancer

BMP4 mediates the interplay between adipogenesis and angiogenesis during expansion of subcutaneous white adipose tissue

Nonionic Ethoxylated Surfactants Induce Adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 Cells

Retinoic acid inhibits white adipogenesis by disrupting GADD45A-mediated Zfp423 DNA demethylation

P320Contribution of oxidized low density lipoproteins to arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy adipogenesis

CKIP-1 suppresses the adipogenesis of mesenchymal stem cells by enhancing HDAC1-associated repression of C/EBPα

Lentiviral-mediated gene transfer into human adipose-derived stem cells: role of NELL1 versus BMP2 in osteogenesis and adipogenesis in vitro

MiR-15a/b promote adipogenesis in porcine pre-adipocyte via repressing FoxO1

 

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The formation of fat or adipose tissue.

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