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A diet enriched in stearic acid protects against the progression of type 2 diabetes in leptin receptor deficient mice (db/db)

@inproceedings{Reeves2012ADE,
  title={A diet enriched in stearic acid protects against the progression of type 2 diabetes in leptin receptor deficient mice (db/db)},
  author={Valerie L. Reeves},
  year={2012}
}
OF DISSERTATION A DIET ENRICHED IN STEARIC ACID PROTECTS AGAINST THE PROGRESSION OF TYPE 2 DIABETES IN LEPTIN RECEPTOR DEFICIENT MICE (DB/DB) Dietary saturated fat intake contributes to diabetes and cardiovascular disease, as shown in numerous animal and human studies. [] Key Method Leptin receptor deficient mice (db/db) and wild-type mice were fed either chow or a high fat diet enriched in either stearic acid or oleic acid for ten weeks.

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