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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Diets Containing Alpha-linolenic (omega 3) Or Oleic (omega 9) Fatty Acids Rescues Obese Mice From Insulin Resistance
Author: Oliveira
V.; Marinho
R.; Vitorino
D.; Santos
G. A.; Moraes
J. C.; Dragano
N.; Sartori-Cintra
A.; Pereira
L.; Catharino
R. R.; da Silva
A. S. R.; Ropelle
E. R.; Pauli
J. R.; De Souza
C. T.; Velloso
L. A.; Cintra
D. E.
Abstract: Subclinical systemic inflammation is a hallmark of obesity and insulin resistance. The results obtained from a number of experimental studies suggest that targeting different components of the inflammatory machinery may result in the improvement of the metabolic phenotype. Unsaturated fatty acids exert antiinflammatory activity through several distinct mechanisms. Here, we tested the capacity of omega 3 and omega 9 fatty acids, directly from their food matrix, to exert antiinflammatory activity through the G protein-coupled receptor (GPR) 120 and GPR40 pathways. GPR120 was activated in liver, skeletal muscle, and adipose tissues, reverting inflammation and insulin resistance in obese mice. Part of this action was also mediated by GPR40 on muscle, as a novel mechanism described. Pair-feeding and immunoneutralization experiments reinforced the pivotal role of GPR120 as a mediator in the response to the nutrients. The improvement in insulin sensitivity in the high-fat substituted diets was associated with a marked reduction in tissue inflammation, decreased macrophage infiltration, and increased IL-10 levels. Furthermore, improved glucose homeostasis was accompanied by the reduced expression of hepatic gluconeogenic enzymes and reduced body mass. Thus, our data indicate that GPR120 and GPR40 play a critical role as mediators of the beneficial effects of dietary unsaturated fatty acids in the context of obesity-induced insulin resistance.
Subject: Glucose
Omega-3-fatty-acids
Liver
Inflammation
Secretion
Islets
Country: WASHINGTON
Editor: ENDOCRINE SOC
Citation: Diets Containing Alpha-linolenic (omega 3) Or Oleic (omega 9) Fatty Acids Rescues Obese Mice From Insulin Resistance. Endocrine Soc, v. 156, p. 4033-4046 NOV-2015.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1210/en.2014-1880
Address: http://press.endocrine.org/doi/10.1210/en.2014-1880
Date Issue: 2015
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