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>Revistas >El Residente >Año 2013, No. 3


Nava-Santana CA, Guerra-Soto AJ, Mendoza-Vázquez G, Flores-Chávez A, Nava A
Las adipocinas como mediadoras en la inflamación y el sistema inmune
Residente 2013; 8 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 53
Paginas: 97-105
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RESUMEN

La obesidad es la protagonista de una epidemia a nivel mundial que cobra una gran cantidad de vidas a causa de sus complicaciones y enfermedades asociadas, como las patologías cardiovasculares, que son las mayores causas de mortalidad en el mundo. Hoy en día la obesidad es considerada un estado proinflamatorio. Las adipocinas incluyen una gran variedad de péptidos proinflamatorios que contribuyen notablemente a un estado de inflamación subclínica y promueven una serie de alteraciones metabólicas que comprenden complicaciones cardiovasculares y enfermedades inflamatorias autoinmunes. El presente artículo pretende realizar una actualización del tejido adiposo como órgano secretor de múltiples intermediarios metabólicos y describir los hallazgos más recientes relativos a la implicación de las adipocinas en la respuesta inflamatoria e inmune.


Palabras clave: Adipocinas, tejido adiposo, sistema inmune, inflamación.


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