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Path 1: Research Assistant - Transcriptome Profiling and Analysis of Embryonic Stem Cells Differentiation to Adipocytes.
Faculty Name and Title: Mohamed Al-Sayegh, Research Assistant Professor Biology Research Project Description:Adipose tissue (AT) have long been characterized as a lipid storage depository organ. AT is composed of two main types including brown adipose tissue (BAT), which is composed of brown adipocyte cells, and white adipose tissue (WAT), which is composed of white adipocyte cells.  Both types store lipids for different biological purposes where brown adipocyte stores lipid for insulation purposes whereas white adipocytes store lipid to be consumed (free fatty acids) for various metabolic mechanisms when energy is required. Though AT have been characterized as lipid storage organ, in recent years that view have drifted to it contri

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