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Ruben Rodriguez, Jacqueline N Minas, Jose Pablo Vazquez-Medina, Daisuke Nakano, David G Parkes, Akira Nishiyama, and Rudy M Ortiz

. The study groups were: (1) untreated LETO (lean control; n  = 5/time point) + vehicle (0.5% methylcellulose by oral gavage once daily; 1 µL/g), (2) untreated OLETF ( n  = 6/time point) + vehicle and (3) OLETF + ARB (ARB; 10 mg olmesartan/kg/day by

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Alice S Green, Paul J Rozance, and Sean W Limesand

continues to mount showing that T2DM is more prevalent among subjects that were intrauterine growth restricted (IUGR) during fetal development, indicating that the defects in glucose homeostasis originate in utero ( Barker et al . 1993 , Ravelli et al

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Hassina Ould Hamouda, Bernadette Delplanque, Yacir Benomar, Delphine Crépin, Laure Riffault, Pascale LeRuyet, Cécile Bonhomme, and Mohammed Taouis

restriction period began. Rats were feed-restricted (R;−50% of their regular intake) for 90 days and were then allowed to refeed AL for 30 days with a CD, MSP, MRD, or FF diet, except for the R group, which was killed at the end of the food restriction period

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Frida Fåk, Lennart Friis-Hansen, Björn Weström, and Nils Wierup

day 0, and within 3 days the litters were restricted to nine to thirteen pups per litter. The pups were kept with their mother and were fed with tap water and a pelleted rat chow ad libitum (Altromin, Breeding diet, B&K Universal AB, Sweden

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Nicole M Templeman, Søs Skovsø, Melissa M Page, Gareth E Lim, and James D Johnson

.cell.2005.05.027 ) Hatori M Vollmers C Zarrinpar A DiTacchio L Bushong EA Gill S Leblanc M Chaix A Joens M Fitzpatrick JA 2012 Time-restricted feeding without reducing caloric intake prevents metabolic diseases in

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L Johnsen, A H Kongsted, and M O Nielsen

2 years of age, time point 0 h indicates samples taken from the female adult sheep in the fed state, 24- and 48-h samples were obtained after 24 and 48 h of fasting respectively and 72-h sample was taken 1 h after re-feeding. All other samples were

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Renata Lopes Araujo, Bruno Moulin de Andrade, Álvaro Souto Padron de Figueiredo, Monique Leandro da Silva, Michelle Porto Marassi, Valmara dos Santos Pereira, Eliete Bouskela, and Denise P Carvalho

fellowships from CNPq during the present study. References Aceves C Escobar C Rojas-Huidobro R Vazquez-Martinez O Martinez-Merlos T Aguilar-Roblero R Diaz-Munoz M 2003 Liver 5′-deiodinase activity is modified in rats under restricted feeding

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Xiumin Wang, Li Liang, and Lizhong Du

–Dawley (SD) pregnant rats (12 weeks old, 250–300 g, day 2 of pregnancy at the time of the experiment) obtained from Zhejiang Medical Science Academy (Hangzhou, China) were used to generate the offspring used in this study. The rats were housed in a 22 ± 1 °C

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Ananda L Rodrigues, Érica P G De Souza, Simone V Da Silva, Dayane S B Rodrigues, Aline B Nascimento, Christina Barja-Fidalgo, and Marta S De Freitas

dietary intake can contribute to obesity development. It has been shown that early feeding conditions, the quantity and quality of food during gestation, or the postnatal development period may exert lifelong effects on body weight regulation ( Basset

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Tiffany K Miles, Ana Rita Silva Moreira, Melody L Allensworth-James, Angela K Odle, Anessa C Haney, Angus M MacNicol, Melanie C MacNicol, and Gwen V Childs

function. Therefore, additional groups of male mice were fasted for 6 and 12 h during scotophase at the start of nocturnal activity, which would detect changes at a time of active feeding (note, the 24 and 48 h fast began and ended during photophase). In