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- Liu, Mingxia; Chuang Key, Chia-Chi; Weckerle, Allison; Boudyguina, Elena; Sawyer, Janet K.; Gebre, Abraham K.; Spoo, Wayne; Makwana, Om; Parks, John S.
- Food and chemical toxicology 2018 v.113 pp. 287-295
- smokeless tobacco, etc ; adipocytes; blood glucose; body weight changes; brown adipose tissue; droplets; energy; epididymis; fatty acids; inflammation; insulin; insulin resistance; lipolysis; males; mice; nicotine; physical activity; toxicology; triacylglycerols; weight loss; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... 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 and nicotine tartrate diets vs. basal diet ...