Dissociation of Adaptive Thermogenesis from Glucose Homeostasis in Microbiome-Deficient Mice

Volume: 31, Issue: 3, Pages: 592 - 604.e9
Published: Mar 1, 2020
Abstract
Recent studies suggest that a key mechanism whereby the gut microbiome influences energy balance and glucose homeostasis is through the recruitment of brown and beige adipocytes, primary mediators of the adaptive thermogenic response. To test this, we assessed energy expenditure and glucose metabolism in two complementary mouse models of gut microbial deficiency, which were exposed to a broad range of thermal and dietary stresses. Neither...
Paper Details
Title
Dissociation of Adaptive Thermogenesis from Glucose Homeostasis in Microbiome-Deficient Mice
Published Date
Mar 1, 2020
Volume
31
Issue
3
Pages
592 - 604.e9
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