Published in AIDS Weekly, July 28th, 2003
"Existing theories of the origin of HIV-related adipose tissue redistribution syndrome cannot adequately explain simultaneous hypertrophy of certain depots and atrophy of others, or its occasional occurrence in untreated HIV infection," researchers in England explained.
C.A. Mattacks and coauthors at Open University in Bucks investigated "the hypothesis that hypertrophy of lymphoid tissue-containing adipose depots arises from drug-induced disruption to local interactions between perinodal adipocytes and activated lymphoid cells."
"Guinea pigs were...
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