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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Body Mass Influences Cortical Bone Mass Independent of Leptin Signaling.

Effect of central leptin gene therapy and high fat diet on body mass in ob/ob mice administered either rAAV-GFP (control vector) or rAAV-lep icv (Experiment 2). All data are mean ± SE. NS, not significant, P>0.05.

U.T. Iwaniec, et al. Bone. ;44(3):404-412.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Body Mass Influences Cortical Bone Mass Independent of Leptin Signaling.

Correlation between body mass and total femur bone volume (a and b) and body mass and total vertebra (LV3) bone volume (c and d) in 9 and 24-week-old male C57BL/6 mice, respectively, fed standard mouse chow (Experiment 1).

U.T. Iwaniec, et al. Bone. ;44(3):404-412.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Body Mass Influences Cortical Bone Mass Independent of Leptin Signaling.

Effect of central leptin gene therapy and increased body mass (BM) on distal femur bone volume/tissue volume (a), trabecular number (b), trabecular thickness (c), and trabecular spacing (d) in ob/ob mice administered either rAAV-GFP (control vector) or rAAV-lep icv (Experiment 2). All data are mean ± SE. NS, not significant, P>0.05.

U.T. Iwaniec, et al. Bone. ;44(3):404-412.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Body Mass Influences Cortical Bone Mass Independent of Leptin Signaling.

Effect of central leptin gene therapy and increased body mass (BM) on vertebral (LV3) bone volume/tissue volume (a), trabecular number (b), trabecular thickness (c), and trabecular spacing (d) in ob/ob mice administered either rAAV-GFP (control vector) or rAAV-lep icv (Experiment 2). All data are mean ± SE. *P<0.05. NS, not significant, P>0.05.

U.T. Iwaniec, et al. Bone. ;44(3):404-412.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Body Mass Influences Cortical Bone Mass Independent of Leptin Signaling.

Effect of central leptin gene therapy and increased body mass (BM) on femur length (a) total femur bone volume (b), midshaft femur cross-sectional volume (c), midshaft femur cortical volume (d), midshaft femur marrow volume (e), and midshaft femur cortical thickness (f) in ob/ob mice administered either rAAV-GFP (control vector) or rAAV-lep icv (Experiment 2). All data are mean ± SE. NS, not significant, P>0.05.

U.T. Iwaniec, et al. Bone. ;44(3):404-412.

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