Genetically engineered mice with mutations in the brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene ate up to 80% more food, a study in Nature Medicine found. The findings could lead to treatments that stimulate expression of the gene and help the brain control weight, a researcher at Georgetown University Medical Center said.
Experts ID gene mutation associated with obesity
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