mRNA expression of canine ATP10C, a P4-type ATPase, is positively associated with body condition score
Mouse and human Atp10c genes are strong candidates for changes in bodyweight and glucose homeostasis. Using comparative genomic analysis, a novel canine P4-type ATPase, ATP10C, was identified. Expression of ATP10C was compared between sex-matched lean (body condition score, BCS < 8; n = 7) and obese (BCS greater-or-equal, slanted 8, n = 8) client-owned dogs of comparable ages. Canine ATP10C is highly expressed in visceral and subcutaneous fat at approximately 3-fold levels compared to the omental adipose depot. There was a 5-fold significant increase (P < 0.0001) in mRNA expression of ATP10C in dogs with a BCS greater-or-equal, slanted 8.
Sara Roshwalb; Sarah Gorman; Sarah Hurst; Joe Bartges DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVN; Sujata Agarwal; Carla Sommardahl; Agricola Odoi; and Madhu S. Dhar. "mRNA expression of canine ATP10C, a P4-type ATPase, is positively associated with body condition score" The Veterinary Journal (2010).
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