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Is There a Contribution of Structural Brain Phenotypes to the Variance in Resting Energy Expenditure before and after Weight Loss in Overweight Females?

Nutrients

Nov 20, 2019

Corinna Geisler, Manfred James Müller

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Brain gray (GM) and white matter (WM) are associated with resting energy expenditure (REE). The impact of weight loss on GM and WM masses, as well as on their associations with REE and the ratio between body and brain metabolism, i.e., encephalic measure (EM)), are unknown. Longitudinal...read more

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Laboratory Procedures
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Energy Metabolism
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Caucasians
Leukoencephalopathies
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Subcutaneous Fat
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Is There a Contribution of Structural Brain Phenotypes to the Variance in Resting Energy Expenditure before and after Weight Loss in Overweight Females?

Nutrients

Nov 20, 2019

Corinna Geisler, Manfred James Müller

PMID: 31739433

DOI: 10.3390/nu11112759

Abstract

Brain gray (GM) and white matter (WM) are associated with resting energy expenditure (REE). The impact of weight loss on GM and WM masses, as well as on their associations with REE and the ratio between body and brain metabolism, i.e., encephalic measure (EM)), are unknown. Longitudinal...read more

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Laboratory Procedures
Brain Gray Matter
Energy Metabolism
Brain
Gray Matter
Structure
Caucasians
Leukoencephalopathies
Brain Metabolism
Subcutaneous Fat

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