We aim to determine the serum adiponectin levels in Chinese patients with schizophrenia, and explore the relationship between adiponectin levels and metabolic parameters, including MetS and its components.
Adiponectin levels were significantly higher in patients with lower BMI (<i>r</i> = -0.23; <i>p</i> < .0001) and in patients without metabolic syndrome compared to patients with higher BMI and with metabolic syndrome.
The addition of leptin and adiponectin to the regression models did not substantially change the impact of thyroid hormones on components of MS. Our data suggest that, even within the euthyroid range, excess of truncal adipose tissue is associated with variations in FT4.
RT-PCR and immunoassy analysis were used to study circulating miRNA profile, adipokines; adiponectin (A), leptin (L), and L/A ratio as well as other factors of metabolic syndrome (MS) in 250 adolescents with severe obesity.
The adipokines DPP-4 and leptin in the serum can influence the body fat distribution of patients with T2MD; there is an important association of DPP-4, leptin and ADPN levels with MS, which may be used as therapeutic targets for multiple metabolism disorders of T2MD.
Therefore, the aim of this study is to examine whether the association between serum adiponectin levels and clinical outcomes in non-diabetic CKD patients is independent of adiposity and metabolic syndrome.
Our results showed that, overall, both CGN and SCGN were more effective in reversing obesity and related metabolic syndromes to normal levels than T. Furthermore, these findings suggested that CGN- and SCGN-modulated gut dysbiosis induced by a high-fat diet, which may play an influencing role in adiponectin dysregulation.
The synovium and IPFP in the MetS-OA group secreted more leptin and less adiponectin than those in the non-MetS-OA group (Leptin: 5.32 vs. 1.28 in synovium, respectively; <i>p</i>= 0.028; 6.44 vs. 0.88 in IPFP, respectively; <i>p</i>= 0.017.
This study aimed to evaluate the association between serum vitamin D levels and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) parameters, such as metabolic syndrome (MS), inflammatory cytokines (tumor necrosis factor, high sensitive C-reactive protein) and adipokines (adiponectin, leptin).
To examine the prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in scholar children and to compare the degree of association of Total and High Molecular Weight adiponectin levels with biochemical parameters related to the metabolic syndrome.