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A thin phenotype is protective for impaired glucose tolerance and related to low birth weight in mice.
Expression of the splicing factor gene SFRS10 is reduced in human obesity and contributes to enhanced lipogenesis.
Accelerated postnatal growth increases lipogenic gene expression and adipocyte size in low-birth weight mice.
Beta-cell secretory dysfunction in the pathogenesis of low birth weight-associated diabetes: a murine model.
Necdin and E2F4 are modulated by rosiglitazone therapy in diabetic human adipose and muscle tissue.
Mice, Inbred ICR
In utero effects. In utero undernourishment perturbs the adult sperm methylome and intergenerational metabolism.
Undernutrition during pregnancy in mice leads to dysfunctional cardiac muscle respiration in adult offspring.
Attenuated Effects of Bile Acids on Glucose Metabolism and Insulin Sensitivity in a Male Mouse Model of Prenatal Undernutrition.
Mice Inbred ICR