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Downregulation of genes involved in NFκB activation in peripheral blood mononuclear cells after weight loss is associated with the improvement of insulin sensitivity in individuals with the metabolic syndrome: the GENOBIN study

Aims/hypothesis The transcription factor nuclear factor-kappa-B (NFκB) is implicated in inflammatory responses, obesity and the metabolic syndrome, while immune cells appear to play a central role in mediating insulin resistance and can be used as a model to study inflammation and its relationship w... Full description

Journal Title: Diabetologia 2008-08-30, Vol.51 (11), p.2060-2067
Main Author: de Mello, V. D. F
Other Authors: Kolehmainen, M , Pulkkinen, L , Schwab, U , Mager, U , Laaksonen, D. E , Niskanen, L , Gylling, H , Atalay, M , Rauramaa, R , Uusitupa, M
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title: Downregulation of genes involved in NFκB activation in peripheral blood mononuclear cells after weight loss is associated with the improvement of insulin sensitivity in individuals with the metabolic syndrome: the GENOBIN study
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  • de Mello, V. D. F
  • Kolehmainen, M
  • Pulkkinen, L
  • Schwab, U
  • Mager, U
  • Laaksonen, D. E
  • Niskanen, L
  • Gylling, H
  • Atalay, M
  • Rauramaa, R
  • Uusitupa, M
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  • Internal Medicine
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  • Medicine & Public Health
  • Metabolic Diseases
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description: Aims/hypothesis The transcription factor nuclear factor-kappa-B (NFκB) is implicated in inflammatory responses, obesity and the metabolic syndrome, while immune cells appear to play a central role in mediating insulin resistance and can be used as a model to study inflammation and its relationship with insulin resistance. In peripheral blood mononuclear cells of overweight participants with the metabolic syndrome, we evaluated (1) the effect of diet-induced weight loss on the expression of genes involved in NFκB activation and (2) their association with insulin sensitivity. The genes studied were: TNF receptors TNFRSF1A and TNFRSF1B , and IL1R1 , TLR4 , TLR2 , ICAM1 , CCL5 and IKBKB . Methods We analysed data from 34 overweight participants with abnormal glucose metabolism and the metabolic syndrome, who were randomised to a weight-reduction ( n  = 24) or control group ( n  = 10) for 33 weeks. The mRNA expression was measured using real-time PCR. Measures of insulin and glucose homeostasis were assessed by IVGTT and OGTT. Results In general, the genes studied were downregulated after weight loss intervention. The changes in TLR4 , TLR2 , CCL5 and TNFRSF1A mRNA expression were associated with an increase in insulin sensitivity index independently of the change in waist circumference ( p  
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