Maternal Periconceptional and Gestational Low Protein Diet Affects Mouse Offspring Growth, Cardiovascular and Adipose Phenotype at 1 Year of Age

J. Watkins, Adam; S. Lucas, Emma; Wilkins, Adrian; R. A. Cagampang, Felino; P. Fleming, Tom;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0028745
  • Subject: offspring | phenotype | Developmental Biology | Physiology | affects | adipose | cardiovascular | gestational | Genetics | periconceptional | Biochemistry | maternal
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<div><p>Human and animal studies have revealed a strong association between periconceptional environmental factors, such as poor maternal diet, and an increased propensity for cardiovascular and metabolic disease in adult offspring. Previously, we reported cardiovascula... View more
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