Changes in adipose tissue physiology during the first two weeks post-hatch in chicks from lines selected for low or high body weight.

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Summary of "Changes in adipose tissue physiology during the first two weeks post-hatch in chicks from lines selected for low or high body weight."

Chickens from lines selected for low (LWS) or high (HWS) body weight (BW) differ in appetite and adiposity. Mechanisms associated with the predisposition to becoming obese are unclear. The objective of the experiment was to evaluate developmental changes in depot-specific adipose tissue during the first two weeks post-hatch. Subcutaneous (SQ), clavicular (CL) and abdominal (AB) depots were collected at hatch (DOH) and days 4 (D4) and 14 (D14) post-hatch for histological and mRNA measurements. LWS chicks had decreased SQ fat mass on a BW basis with reduced adipocyte size from DOH to D4 and increased BW and fat mass with unchanged adipocyte size from D4 to D14. HWS chicks increased in BW from DOH to D14, and increased in fat mass in all three depots with enlarged adipocytes in the AB depot from D4 to D14. Meanwhile, CCAAT/enhancer-binding protein alpha, neuropeptide Y, peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma and acyl-CoA dehydrogenase mRNAs differed among depots between lines at different ages. Plasma non-esterified fatty acids were greater in LWS than HWS at D4 and D14. From DOH to D4, LWS chicks mobilized SQ fat and replenished the reservoir through hyperplasia, whereas HWS chicks were dependent on hyperplasia and hypertrophy to maintain adipocyte size and depot mass. From D4 to D14, adipose tissue catabolism and adipogenesis slowed. While LWS fat depots and adipocyte sizes remained stable, HWS chicks rapidly accumulated fat in CL and AB depots. Chicks predisposed to be anorexic or obese have different fat development patterns during the first two weeks post-hatch.


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Name: American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
ISSN: 1522-1490


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