Injections spur stem cells' production of brown fat in mice

02/6/2013 | National Post (Canada)

A Canadian study in Cell Metabolism found mice that received an injection of a compound that manipulates adult muscle stem cells produced higher levels of calorie-burning brown fats, had better glucose control and were leaner at four months compared with the control group. Researchers also noted higher metabolic rate and energy production in mice that received the compound.

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