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July 2010

Volume 9Issue 7p1-1632
Open Access
On the cover: Changes in rat liver metabolism due to Metabolic Syndrome are reversed by an oral 10 days treatment with a Grape Seed Proanthocyanidin Extract (GSPE). High fat diet induces metabolic syndrome and up-regulates glycogenesis, glycolysis, fatty acid and triglyceride synthesis in liver (Panel A), while the opposite pattern is observed in GSPE treated rats (Panel B). Black circles mean up-regulation and white circles down-regulation of protein expression. For details see the article by Baiges et al., pages 1499–1513....
On the cover: Changes in rat liver metabolism due to Metabolic Syndrome are reversed by an oral 10 days treatment with a Grape Seed Proanthocyanidin Extract (GSPE). High fat diet induces metabolic syndrome and up-regulates glycogenesis, glycolysis, fatty acid and triglyceride synthesis in liver (Panel A), while the opposite pattern is observed in GSPE treated rats (Panel B). Black circles mean up-regulation and white circles down-regulation of protein expression. For details see the article by Baiges et al., pages 1499–1513.

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