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Jürgen Naggert The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME|
Karen L Svenson The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME
Randy V Smith The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME
Beverly Paigen The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME
Luanne L Peters The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME
|Contact||Jürgen Naggert firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Affiliation||JAX Heart, Lung, and Blood Center (HLB)|
|Acknowledgements||Funding provided by NIH Program for Genomic Applications (PGA) HL66611.
In fulfillment of NIH requirements that all information is made promptly and freely available to the research community, data are deposited in the MPD when complete.
|Phenotype strain survey data set|
|MPD identifiers||Naggert1 MPD:143|
|6 updates/corrections. Initial release date: 05/2003.|
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|Summary of procedures that were conducted|
|• body weight||High-fat diet for 8wks.|
|• DXA||Body mass, fat mass, lean mass, bone mineral density and content. High-fat diet.|
|• metabolic panel||Glucose (plasma). Baseline vs. high-fat diet (17wks). 4h fast.|
|• hormone quantification||Insulin and leptin, after 18wks on high-fat diet. Multiple readings per animal were averaged.|