Lymphoid cells contribute to increased energy and preventing obesity
The immune system is now thought to be linked to genetic and environmental factors in the formation of obesity. Occurred in mice caused by a factor of obesity is adipose tissue in the group 2 innate lymphoid cells "(ILC2s) the latest study found.
David artis and colleagues in this study showed that ILC2s in response to interleukin 33 to generate "methionine enkephalin" peptide in the energy balance plays a key role.
This will promote the emergence of rice yellow fat cells (a specialized fat cell population that appears from white adipose tissue). This "cream" process resulted in increased energy consumption and reduce the accumulation of fat.