Leptin and Adiponectin Signaling Pathways Are Involved in the Antiobesity Effects of Peanut Skin Extract
Leptin and adiponectin gene transfer produces the antiobesity effects in obese mice. The changes of body weight (a), fasting plasma glucose (b), weights of epididymal fat tissue and liver (c), and morphological changes of the liver (d) of obese mice after gene transfer and PSE treatment. Each point in the figure represents the at corresponding time points. Animal numbers of each group are seven. #, ##, and ### represent the significant difference comparison with the normal control at ,, and .,, and indicate the significant difference comparison with the HFD group at ,, and .