THE ADIPONECTIN AS A CLINICAL INDICATOR AND AS A THERAPEUTIC AGENT

  • Noor al-huda Saeed mustansiriyah univercity
Keywords: adiponectin, adipose tissue, risk factors, diabetes, cardiovascular, metabolism, obesity, atherosclerosis.

Abstract

Worldwide, there are a number of biological active proteins known as adipokines, which were secreted from adipose tissues. Adiponectin is the most important one of them, which plays a major role in pathogenesis, and recently acts as a modulation in many syndrome and metabolism, like inflammation, obesity which is the major health problem and increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as respiratory disorders, diabetes and cancers. The main cause of cardiovascular disease is hypertention it’s also leads to the mortality and morbidity. It suggested that the correlation between hypertensive people have lower Adiponectin levels than normal adults and the levels increasing when reduce risk of hypertension, in human, adipose tissue is the largest metabolic active compartment, which regulates many biological functions.

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2019-08-14
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Saeed, N. al- huda. (2019). THE ADIPONECTIN AS A CLINICAL INDICATOR AND AS A THERAPEUTIC AGENT. Mintage Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2320-3315), 12-17. Retrieved from http://mjpms.in/index.php/mjpms/article/view/477
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