Serum leptin levels are inversely correlated with omental gene expression of adiponectin and markedly decreased after gastric bypass surgery, , &
Adipose tissue is the most abundant endocrine tissue in the body, producing leptin, a hormone important in regulating hunger, and adiponectin, a hormone involved in insulin sensitivity and inflammation. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of gastric bypass surgery (GBS) on leptin levels and its relation to adipose tissue expression of adiponectin.
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