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This image depicts the ObRa knock out (KO) phenotype. ObRa KO mice fed a high-fat diet have significantly increased plasma leptin levels and become slightly more obese than the wild-type mice. These data from Jeffrey Friedman's lab show that the LepRa isoform plays a small but significant role to regulate body weight though the effect of the LepRb isoform knockout is much greater. (Cover art by Charlie Padgett)

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In this section authors briefly report on their work recently published in Molecular Metabolism.

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Jennifer Lee
University of Toronto, Canada
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