Nature Metabolism

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Genetic mouse models are crucial tools for studying physiology and have offered unparalleled insights into the pathophysiological processes underlying metabolic diseases.

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Philipp Scherer
Professor
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Yu-Hua Tseng
Professor
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Christoph Schmitt
Chief Editor
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Je Kyung Seong
Director
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Jan Rozman
Deputy Director

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May 9, 2022

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May 9, 2022

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Genetic mouse models in metabolic research: recent advances in adipose tissue and liver biology

Genetic mouse models are crucial tools for studying physiology and have offered unparalleled insights into the pathophysiological processes underlying metabolic diseases. Hosted as part of the IMPC-INFRAFRONTIER Seoul Meeting 2022, this Nature Forum aims to provide a concise overview of exciting recent advances in our basic understanding of adipose tissue and liver biology and its role in metabolic diseases.
This Nature Forum is a part of the IMPC-INFRAFRONTIER Seoul Meeting 2022 being held on 8-10 May 2022 at the Four Seasons Hotel Seoul, Republic of Korea.