Lidiana Camargo Talon Chiaverini's scientific contributions

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Aims: To test if the level of oxidative stress is different in women with overweight and with metabolic syndrome. Study Design: Cross-sectional. Place and Duration of Study: Endocrinology Clinic of the Botucatu Medical School-UNESP, between March 2013 and March 2014. Methodology: Eighty women (31.15 ± 7.91 years old) attended at the Endocrinology C...
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Metabolic syndrome (MetS) has a high prevalence around the world. Considering the components used to classify MetS, it is clear that it is closely related to obesity. These two conditions begin with an increase in abdominal adipose tissue, which is metabolically more active, containing a greater amount of resident macrophages compared to other fat...

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... In addition to fueling the growth of breast cancer, obesity has also been hypothesized to drive breast cancer initiation (Figure 1). A growing number of studies have highlighted an apparent genomic instability associated with obesity (91)(92)(93)(94). This is significant since genomic instability can lead to mutations that lead to tumorigenesis (95). ...
... Free radicals generated within a cell can react with the lipid layer that constructs the cell membrane, thus increasing the production of lipid peroxides, which are measured as TBARs. The oxidized lipids have shown to increase the generation of free radicals, which could damage the endogenous antioxidant enzymes and dampen their production, thereby reducing their scavenging potential [29]. This phenomenon is observed in the hearts of the OB group, which implicates the presence of oxidative stress. ...