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Ellen R Lubbers, Edward O List, Adam Jara, Lucila Sackman-Sala, Jose Cordoba-Chacon, Manuel D Gahete, Rhonda D Kineman, Ravneet Boparai, Andrzej Bartke, John J Kopchick, and Darlene E Berryman

−/− , GHA, and bGH mice exhibit major changes in the amount of WAT with advancing age, which may influence adipokine secretion over time ( Coschigano et al . 2000 , 2003 , Bartke 2003 , Magon 2009 , Palmer et al . 2009 , Berryman et al . 2010 , List

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D S Gardner, B W M Van Bon, J Dandrea, P J Goddard, S F May, V Wilson, T Stephenson, and M E Symonds

Council (AFRC) throughout gestation to term (term 147 days gestational age; controls n = 12) and (2) ewes were fed to 50% AFRC ME requirements from days 1 to 30 gestation and thereafter to 100% ME requirement to term (nutrient restricted, NR; n = 8

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Baiba Steinbrekera and Robert Roghair

repercussions if the altered regulatory processes are rigidly established. This review presents the evidence of an attenuated late gestation leptin surge in intrauterine growth-restricted (IUGR) or preterm infants. With IUGR and prematurity each affecting at

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Jay H Lo, Pinwen Peter Chiou, C M Lin, and Thomas T Chen

weeks before use. The fish were fed to satiety, once a day, with commercial trout feed (Melick Aqua Feeds, Catawissa, PA, USA). Cloning of rainbow trout C/EBP cDNA isoforms and sequence analysis Sequence information

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Luba Sominsky, Ilvana Ziko, Thai-Xinh Nguyen, Julie Quach, and Sarah J Spencer

that exposure to over- or undernutrition at this critical time may specifically alter the development of these satiety pathways, permanently affecting body weight regulation ( Bouret 2009 ). One of the major hormonal factors that acts centrally to

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Els Willems, Astrid Koppenol, Bart De Ketelaere, Yufeng Wang, Lies Franssens, Johan Buyse, Eddy Decuypere, and Nadia Everaert

offspring . Archives of Animal Nutrition 64 56 – 76 . ( doi:10.1080/17450390903299141 ) Matthiesen CF Blache D Thomsen PD Tauson AH 2010b Feeding mink ( Neovison vison ) a protein-restricted diet during

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Luba Sominsky, Christine L Jasoni, Hannah R Twigg, and Sarah J Spencer

before P8-10, and ARC to LH connections appear at around P12 ( Bouret et al . 2004 a ). As such, DMH neurons are responsive to leptin at P6 but PVN neurons are not ( Bouret et al . 2004 a ). How such development is restricted to such specific time

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Bettina A Ikenasio-Thorpe, Bernhard H Breier, Mark H Vickers, and Mhoyra Fraser

shown alterations in NPY neurons in weanling and adult offspring of gestational diabetic rat dams, and in weanling offspring of perinatal low-protein fed rat dams ( Plagemann et al. 1999 , 2000 ). Recent research in fetal mice of protein-restricted

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J J Whyte, A P Alexenko, A M Davis, M R Ellersieck, E D Fountain, and C S Rosenfeld

fed a control diet ( Fernandez-Twinn et al. 2003 ). Nutritionally restricted heifers have decreased serum estrogen concentrations at day 200 of pregnancy compared with larger, non-food restricted heifers ( Killen et al. 1989 ). A high saturated fat

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Susan M Soto, Amy C Blake, Stephanie R Wesolowski, Paul J Rozance, Kristen B Barthel, Bifeng Gao, Byron Hetrick, Carrie E McCurdy, Natalia G Garza, William W Hay Jr, Leslie A Leinwand, Jacob E Friedman, and Laura D Brown

( Tchirikov et al . 1998 , Yajnik 2004 ). As a result, skeletal muscle growth is restricted. In IUGR fetuses and neonates, body composition analyses show 25–40% reductions in muscle mass when compared to appropriate-for-gestational age counterparts ( Yau