Leptin Discovery

Leptin is a hormone that has potential anti-obesity and anti-diabetes effects. Tufts’ researchers may have just discovered how it works.

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More than 20 years after the discovery of the so-called “obesity hormone” leptin, a team at Tufts may have at last found this important compound’s target in the brain. In

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