Inflammation due to the excess of nutrient intake plays an important role in the pathophysiology of metabolic syndrome (MetS). Here, the potential influence of neutrophils and their degranulation markers on MetS improvement upon dietary and behavioral counselling, has been investigated. Specifically, we aimed at investigating their role as potential predictors of metabolic syndrome improvements.

Among biomarkers of neutrophil activity, matrix metalloproteinases 8 independently predicts remission of metabolic syndrome

Carbone, Federico;Elia, Edoardo;Bonaventura, Aldo;Bertolotto, Maria;Minetti, Silvia;Artom, Nathan;Contini, Paola;Pontremoli, Roberto;Viazzi, Francesca;Bertolini, Stefano;Pende, Aldo;Pisciotta, Livia;Montecucco, Fabrizio;Liberale, Luca
2022-01-01

Abstract

Inflammation due to the excess of nutrient intake plays an important role in the pathophysiology of metabolic syndrome (MetS). Here, the potential influence of neutrophils and their degranulation markers on MetS improvement upon dietary and behavioral counselling, has been investigated. Specifically, we aimed at investigating their role as potential predictors of metabolic syndrome improvements.
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