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single protein in brain cells may solve Obesity Puzzle
Newswise — A single protein in brain cells may act as a linchpin in the body’s weight-regulating system, playing a key role in the flurry of signals that govern fat storage, sugar use, energy balance and weight, University of Michigan Medical School researchers report.  And although it’s far too early to say how this protein could be useful in new strategies to fight the world’s epidemic of obesity, the finding gives scientists an important system to target in future research and the development of anti-obesity medications. In the February issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, U-M researcher Liangyou Rui, Ph.D. and his team report their findings on a protein called SH2B1, and specifically on its activity in brain cells.
(29-01-2007)
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Labour Sets Out Health Plans For Children - Sky News

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Labour pledges to protect children from 'harm caused by alcohol, sugar and ... - The Independent

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