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Cross-species metabolic pathways comparison - Focus on mouse, human and chicken lipid metabolism

Abstract : Lipid assimilation in animals is a major agronomic challenge. Furthermore, the human associated lipid diseases (e.g. obesity) is an important public health concern in industrialized countries. Lipid metabolism relies on some genetic factors which are mostly conserved among species. Thus, it is necessary to qualify and to quantify the differences and the similarities to compare the lipid metabolism between species.Lipid assimilation in animals is a major agronomic challenge. Furthermore, the human associated lipid diseases (e.g. obesity) is an important public health concern in industrialized countries. Lipid metabolism relies on some genetic factors which are mostly conserved among species. Thus, it is necessary to qualify and to quantify the differences and the similarities to compare the lipid metabolism between species.
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Charles Bettembourg, Christian Diot, Olivier Dameron. Cross-species metabolic pathways comparison - Focus on mouse, human and chicken lipid metabolism. Journées Ouvertes Biologie, Informatique et Mathématiques (JOBIM 2011), Jun 2011, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02744649⟩

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