Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2009 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

The Decrease of n-3 Fatty Acid Energy Percentage in an Equicaloric Diet Fed to B6C3Fe Mice for Three Generations Elicits Obesity

Figure 2

(a) Comparison between a low n-3 fatty acid and a standard n-3 fatty acid diet-fed mouse shows increased inguinal abdominal fat and body length. (b) Comparison of low n-3 fatty acid and a standard diet mouse shows increased body length increased inguinal abdominal fat and liver steatosis (arrow) in the low n-3 fatty acid mouse. (c) Comparison of hearts and (d) comparison of kidneys from low n-3 fatty acid- and standard n-3 fatty acid-fed mice.
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