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Gene Therapy Insulin Resistance Obesity Mice

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Jimenez et al describe the use of adeno-graphicociated viral vectors to achieve long-term production of fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21) to treat obesity and insulin resistance.In addition the authors observed that when administered to healthy mice the gene therapy promoted healthy aging and prevented age-graphicociated weight gain and insulin resistance.09.07.2018 July 9 (UPI) --In one administration of gene therapy researchers were able to cause weight loss in mice as well as decrease insulin resistance both of which are involved in the development of

01.08.2018 In this work we have developed gene therapy approaches for obesity and insulin resistance based on the use of AAV vectors encoding FGF21. Onetime administration of these vectors to obese animals enabled a longlasting increase in FGF21 levels in circulation which resulted in sustained counteraction of obesity adipose tissue inflammation insulin resistance and NASH in the absence of Cited by 13Publish Year 2018Author Veronica Jimenez Veronica Jimenez Claudia Jambrina Claudia Jambrina Estefania Casana Estefania 24.08.2017 Gene therapy with Bgraphic protects against weight gain and insulin resistance in mice by University of Gothenburg Jenny Hoffmann Ph.D. at Sahlgrenska Academy Sweden.Gene therapy with Bgraphic gave no protection from further weight gain but they were protected from insulin resistance with increased energy intake. The overweight animals which proved to have

10.12.1996 Normalization of glucose tolerance with significantly higher serum insulin levels than that of the normal mice suggests the presence of an insulin resistance state in the leptin-gene-treated obob mice.Cited by 199Publish Year 1996Author Patrick Muzzin Randy C. Eisensmith Kenneth C. Copeland Savio L. C. WooBy inducing FGF21 production through gene therapy the animals lost weight and had decreased insulin resistance. This was successful in two different mouse models of obesity induced either by diet or genetic mutations.

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