Study: Loss of key protein triggers metabolic syndrome in mice

09/8/2011 | Yahoo!

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that mice lacking estrogen receptor alpha, a protein which regulates estrogen and immune activity, developed markers for metabolic syndrome including insulin resistance, glucose intolerance and inflammation. Experts said such impairment may also contribute to metabolic syndrome in young women.

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