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From: Deficiency of myotubularin-related protein 14 influences body weight, metabolism, and inflammation in an age-dependent manner

Fig. 1

Growth curve, energy intake and energy expenditure of WT and MTMR14 KO mice. Mice in these experiments were fed a standard chow diet. a PCR genotyping results of WT and MTMR14 KO mice. b, c MTMR14 mRNA and protein expression levels in three metabolic tissues of WT and KO mice at different ages (4, 18 and 34 weeks), respectively. d The growth curve of WT and MTMR14 KO mice. Body weights of WT and MTMR14 KO mice were measured at 4, 12, 18, 24, and 34 weeks of age. e The daily food intake of WT and MTMR14 KO mice was measured in an age-matched manner (4, 18 and 34 weeks). f The amount of 12 h fasting-induced body weight change in WT and MTMR14 KO mice was calculated as an approximation of energy expenditure. The values are expressed as the mean ± SD. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, n = 8

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