Altered hypothalamic leptin, insulin, and melanocortin binding associated with moderate-fat diet and predisposition to obesity.

Abstract

Rats with a genetic predisposition to develop diet-induced obesity (DIO) have a preexisting reduction in central leptin and insulin sensitivity. High-fat diets also reduce sensitivity to leptin, insulin, and melanocortin agonists. We postulated that such reduced sensitivities would be associated with decreased binding to the hypothalamic leptin, insulin… (More)

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