hrp0092p2-142 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2019

Vitamin D Status in Obese Children and its Relationship with Leptin and Adiponectin

Nourbakhsh Mona , Nourbakhsh Mitra , Razzaghy Azar Maryam

Introduction: obesity is a major health problem worldwide and its incidence is increasing annually. Adipose tissue produces and regulates many hormones and cytokines which have relationship with obesity comorbidity. Serum level of vitamin D has been previously reported to have a negative relationship with obesity.Objective: To evaluate the relationship between vitamin D status and leptin, adiponectin, lipid profile and I...

hrp0094p2-167 | Diabetes and insulin | ESPE2021

Blood level of Vitamin D and metabolic control of type 1 diabetes mellitus

Razzaghy-Azar Maryam , Nourbakhsh Mona , Nourbakhsh Mitra , Abdiaei Erfan , Abdiaei Hossein ,

Background: There are some studies about vitamin D level and type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM). Its effect on metabolic control of patients with type 1 DM is the subject of this study.Patients and Method: In 339 patients with type 1 DM, 192 cases (99 males, 93 females) randomly enrolled in the study. The age of males was 9 ± 4.4 yr and age of females was 8.3±4.3 yr. Their HbA1C and 25(OH) D3 were measured by HPLC method. ...

hrp0092p1-341 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity (2) | ESPE2019

ANGPTL2 and ANGPTL3 in Children with Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome

Azar Maryam Razzaghy , Nourbakhsh Mitra , Sadeghabadi Zahra Arab , Nourbakhsh Mona

Introduction: Angiopoietin-like proteins (ANGPTLs) play critical roles in metabolism and are implicated in metabolic consequences of obesity. ANGPTL2 is a key adipocyte-derived inflammatory mediator that links obesity to systemic insulin resistance. ANGPTL3 directly regulate lipid, glucose and energy metabolism independent of angiogenic effects. In this study, we aimed to investigate the levels of ANGPTL2 and 3 in obese children and adolescents and their assoc...

hrp0095p2-120 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2022

Evaluation of Thyroid Function among children and adolescents with obesity

Nourbakhsh Mona , Ramezani Nastaran , Nourbakhsh Mitra , Razzaghy Azar Maryam

Introduction: Obesity is a rapidly growing health problem, with increasing worldwide prevalence. Obesity is accompanied by numerous metabolic and endocrine dysregulation. Thyroid dysfunction is one of the many metabolic aberrations that are associated with obesity. Thyroid dysfunction can be related to obesity, insulin resistance, and dyslipidemia. We aimed to study the thyroid function in children and adolescents with obesity and the metabolic parameters....

hrp0092fc4.1 | Fat Metabolism and Obesity Session | ESPE2019

Involvement of Visfatin in Adipose Tissue Fibrosis Through Modulation of Extracellular Matrix Proteins

Nourbakhsh Mitra , Ezzati Mobasser Samira , Malekpour Dehkordi Zahra , Nourbakhsh Mona , Razzaghy Azar Maryam

Introduction: Obesity development and subsequent white adipose tissue (WAT) expansion is often accompanied by WAT fibrosis which leads to adipocyte dysfunction. Fibrosis is a condition in which extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins are increased aberrantly and results in immune cell infiltration, cytokine production and insulin resistance. Visfatin is an adipokine that is implicated in obesity and its metabolic consequences; however, its role in WAT fibrosis has...

hrp0084p2-364 | Fat | ESPE2015

Evaluation of Acylated Ghrelin and Obestatin Levels and Ghrelin:Obestatin Ratio in Obesity

Razzaghy-Azar Maryam , Nourbakhsh Mitra , Pourmoteabed Abdolreza , Nourbakhsh Mona , Illbeigi Davoud , Arab Zahra

Background: Ghrelin is 28-amino acid peptide predominantly produced by the stomach and have an orexigenic property as well as potent GH-releasing activity. Acylated ghrelin (AG) is the active form of this hormone. Obestatin is a 23-amino acid peptide, is produced by post-translational modification of a protein precursor that also produces ghrelin. Obestatin has the opposite effect of ghrelin on food intake.Objective and hypotheses: To evaluate acylated g...

hrp0094p1-37 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity A | ESPE2021

The effect of trans-palmitoleic acid on lipid accumulation and the fatty acid synthase gene expression in hepatocytes

Nourbakhsh Mitra , Farokh-Nezhad Ramesh , Razzaghy-Azar Maryam , Sharifi Roya , Yaghmaei Parichehreh , Nourbakhsh Mona ,

Introduction: Obesity is among the most prevalent health problems and is associated with increased risk of various metabolic disorders, including type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Fatty acids comprise a major part of the lipids and have remarkable effect on cell biology. Trans fatty acids (tFAs) are generally a by-product of manufacturing of fats. However, naturally-produced tFAs that are found in milk and dairy products, are sugge...

hrp0095fc8.3 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2022

Increased zinc alpha2-glycoprotein in patients with type 1 diabetes

Nourbakhsh Mitra , Nourbakhsh Mona , Golpour Pegah , Momeni Hosein , Razzaghy Azar Maryam

Introduction: Zinc α2-glycoprotein (ZAG) is a single-chain polypeptide with molecular weight of 40-kDa, and is secreted from various tissues. It plays several imperative functions in the human body, such as lipid mobilization and immunoregulation. ZAG enhances lipolysis and is involved in reduction of fatty acids in adipose tissues. ZAG has High sequence similarity to MHC-I molecules and is suggested to be a truncated secretory MHC-I–like protein. ...