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Accelerated Postnatal Growth Increases Lipogenic Gene Expression and Adipocyte Size in Low–Birth Weight Mice

By Elvira Isganaitis, Jose Jimenez-Chillaron, Melissa Woo, Alice Chow, Jennifer DeCoste, Martha Vokes, Manway Liu, Simon Kasif, Ann-Marie Zavacki, Rebecca L. Leshan, Martin G. Myers and Mary-Elizabeth Patti
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Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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Provided by: PubMed Central

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