Mamm Genome (2014) 25:375–376 DOI 10.1007/s00335-014-9542-y Roger D. Cox Published online: 2 September 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 I would like to thank my fellow guest editors Professor production. The contribution from Adrienne Mottis et al. Stephen O’Rahilly (FRS), Professor Frances Ashcroft (FRS), examines the maintenance of mitochondrial proteostasis Professor Jeffrey Friedman, Professor Alan Attie, and and of cell and organism health. It reviews the protein Professor Je Kyung Seong for their many suggestions for quality control network and the role of the relatively newly contributors. Metabolism is a huge ﬁeld and is intimately discovered mitochondrial unfolded protein response and involved in many diseases, although for this issue we have considers how ﬁne-tuning of these processes could be used focused on diabetes, obesity, and energy metabolism. in treatment of metabolic diseases. Three of our reviews deal directly with aspects of the Metabolic homeostasis requires signaling between many genetics of obesity, diabetes, and the complications of organs, tissues, and cells. Mary LaPierre et al. report on how diabetes. The review by Sadaf Farooqi deals with genetic the hypothalamus responds to hormones and nutrients to studies in humans and how these impact on differences in regulate hepatic glucose output
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