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Bioprocess  2012 

The Research Progress and Application Prospect of Uncoupling Protein 1 (UCP1)

DOI: 10.12677/BP.2012.23021, PP. 128-137

Keywords: 解偶联蛋白-1(UCP1);产热调节;信号通路;转录调控;肥胖治疗
Uncoupling Protein 1 (Ucp1)
, Heat Production Adjustment, Signal Path, Transcription Regulation, Obesity Treatment

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UCP1 is the only one expression of uncoupling protein in the brown adipose tissue (BAT). Different from the uncoupling protein family other member functions, UCP1’s main function is to participate thermogenic regulation and energy metabolism in BAT to maintain the body’s energy metabolic balance. In


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