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White, beige and brown adipose tissue: structure, function, specific features and possibility formation and divergence in pigs
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Introduction. Traditionally, mammalian adipose tissue is divided into white (white adipose tissue – WAT) and brown (brown adipose tissue – BAT). While the functions of WAT are well known as the triglyceride depot, the role of BAT in mammalian physiology has been under close investigation. The first description of the role of BAT in maintaining thermogenesis dates back to 1961. This article offers a review of structural and functional specificity of white, beige and brown adipose tissue. Resultsdoi:10.21603/2308-4057-2022-1-10-18 fatcat:2y7ru6kgvrebrp5ealnusnoxr4