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Review: Enhancing intramuscular fat development via targeting fibro-adipogenic progenitor cells in meat animals
In the livestock industry, subcutaneous and visceral fat pads are considered as wastes, while intramuscular fat or marbling fat is essential for improving flavor and palatability of meat. Thus, strategies for optimizing fat deposition are needed. Intramuscular adipocytes provide sites for lipid deposition and marbling formation. In the present article, we addressed the origin and markers of intramuscular adipocyte progenitors – fibro-adipogenic progenitors (FAPs), as well as the latestdoi:10.1017/s175173111900209x pmid:31581971 fatcat:zmiownuovbbm3jyzie2gi5p6ia