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Papel del adipocito en la inflamación del síndrome metabólico
López-Jaramillo,Patricio; Pradilla,Lina Patricia; Bracho,Yalil;
Acta Medica Colombiana , 2005,
Abstract: the adipocyte, traditionally considered as a cell with little metabolic activity, is now recognized as an important player in metabolic, hormonal and inflammatory processes. its ability to secrete pro-inflammatory cytokines and to produce peptides in charge of regulating body weight and energy expenditure (adipocytokines) as well as vasoactive substances such as angiotensin ii (atii) is well known. the inflammatory markers produced by the adipocytes include c-reactive protein (crp), interleukin 6 (il6) and tumor necrosis factor alpha (tnfa). these substances participate in the pathophysiology of the metabolic syndrome, highly prevalent both in developed as well as in developing countries, and are the main focus of this review.
Papel del adipocito en la inflamación del síndrome metabólico The role of adipocytes in metabolic syndrome inflammation
Patricio López-Jaramillo,Lina Patricia Pradilla,Yalil Bracho
Acta Medica Colombiana , 2005,
Abstract: Tradicionalmente considerada una célula de poca actividad metabólica, el adipocito es reconocido como un importante actor de procesos metabólicos, hormonales e inflamatorios. Al momento es bien conocida su capacidad secretora de citoquinas pro-inflamatorias, secreción de péptidos reguladores del peso corporal y del gasto energético (adipocitoquinas), y de sustancias vasoactivas como la angiotensina II (ATII). Los marcadores inflamatorios generados por el adipocito son la proteína C reactiva (PCR), la interleuquina 6 (IL6) y el factor de necrosis tumoral alfa (TNFa). Estas sustancias participan en la fisiopatología del síndrome metabólico, una patología de alta prevalencia tanto en países desarrollados como en vía de desarrollo y son objeto de revisión en este artículo. The adipocyte, traditionally considered as a cell with little metabolic activity, is now recognized as an important player in metabolic, hormonal and inflammatory processes. Its ability to secrete pro-inflammatory cytokines and to produce peptides in charge of regulating body weight and energy expenditure (adipocytokines) as well as vasoactive substances such as angiotensin II (ATII) is well known. The inflammatory markers produced by the adipocytes include C-reactive protein (CRP), interleukin 6 (IL6) and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNFa). These substances participate in the pathophysiology of the metabolic syndrome, highly prevalent both in developed as well as in developing countries, and are the main focus of this review.
El sistema endocanabinoide y su relación con la obesidad abdominal y el síndrome metabólico: implicaciones terapéuticas The endocannabinoid system and its relation with central obesity and metabolic syndrome: therapeutic implications
Patricio López-Jaramillo,Lina P Pradilla,Yalil Bracho,Federico Silva
Revista Colombiana de Cardiología , 2005,
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Síndrome metabólico y preeclampsia: los aportes realizados por el Instituto de Investigaciones de la Fundación Cardiovascular de Colombia
López-Jaramillo,Patricio; Silva,Federico; Camacho,Paul A; Pradilla,Lina P; García,Ronald; Rueda-Clausen,Christian; Bracho,Yalil; Silva,Sandra; Rueda,Ligia; Rodríguez,Narella; Zarruk,Juan G; Mendoza,Mayaris; Arenas,Mario; Arenas,William; Bolívar,Isabel C;
Revista Colombiana de Cardiología , 2006,
Abstract: the research institute of the colombian cardiovascular foundation has centered its projects during the last years in the study of the differences in the etio-physiopathologic mechanisms of pregnancy induced hypertension and in the metabolic syndrome in populations of developed and underdeveloped countries, as well as in the value of the risk factors that determine the appearance of these diseases. the results obtained from the investigations realized in the population suggest that changes in life costumes due to a consumer society are the main determinant of the increased risk of pre-eclampsia and cardiovascular diseases that the colombian population presents at this moment.
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