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Fig. S1. Select parameters are presented by activation of FoxO3a. Expression of CD36/FAT, FABP and NOXA (as are related to the intrinsic pathway of apoptosis) are clearly elevated in pFoxO3a-low patients. Conversely, the extrinsic apoptosis pathway, as indicated by caspase-8 and FasL expression, is downregulated in pFoxO3a-low patients when compared to patients with high levels of phosphorylated FoxO3a. The same was found for adiponectin with its antiapoptotic, insulin resistance-promoting and regulatory properties. Due to the small sample size, these differences did not reach statistical significance.

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