Keystone meeting summary: 'Adipogenesis, obesity, and inflammation' and 'Diabetes mellitus and the control of cellular energy metabolism, ' January 21-26, 2006, Vancouver, Canada
Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
Program in Molecular Medicine
Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biology | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
The dysregulation of specific cellular functions in adipocytes, muscle cells, beta cells, and the liver leads to changes in systemic metabolic processes and ultimately to the pathophysiological manifestations that cause type 2 diabetes. The underlying cellular mechanisms are complex. The two meetings summarized here aimed to highlight the recent advances in our understanding of the molecular basis of feeding and nutrient storage and on the molecular consequences of obesity in terms of promoting risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
DOI of Published Version
Genes Dev. 2006 Aug 15;20(16):2193-201. Link to article on publisher's site
Genes and development
Corvera, Silvia; Burkart, Alison; Kim, Ja-Young; Christianson, Jennifer L.; Wang, Zhao; and Scherer, Philipp E., "Keystone meeting summary: 'Adipogenesis, obesity, and inflammation' and 'Diabetes mellitus and the control of cellular energy metabolism, ' January 21-26, 2006, Vancouver, Canada" (2006). GSBS Student Publications. 249.