Feeding of tobacco blend or nicotine induced weight loss associated with decreased adipocyte size and increased physical activity in male mice.

@article{Liu2018FeedingOT,
  title={Feeding of tobacco blend or nicotine induced weight loss associated with decreased adipocyte size and increased physical activity in male mice.},
  author={Mingxia Liu and Chia-Chi Chuang Key and Allison B Weckerle and Elena Y. Boudyguina and Janet K. Sawyer and Abraham K. Gebre and Wayne Spoo and Om Makwana and John S Parks},
  journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association},
  year={2018},
  volume={113},
  pages={287-295}
}
Although epidemiological data and results from rodent studies support an inverse relationship between nicotine consumption and body weight, the molecular mechanisms are poorly understood. CD-1 mice were fed a basal diet or a basal diet containing low or high dose smokeless tobacco blend or high dose nicotine tartrate for 14 weeks. High dose tobacco blend… CONTINUE READING