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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9904 Gene 1 05/12/2018 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit : Flinders University An anti-obesity pill has come a step closer to reality according to researchers.The suppression of a single gene might allow people to eat as much food as they want without gaining weight.When the gene, known as RCAN1 , was removed in mice and they were fed a high fat diet, they failed to gain weight, even after gorging on high fat foods for prolonged periods.The international team behind the study are hopeful a similar approach that inhibits this gene will also be effective with humans to combat obesity and serious diseases like diabetes.The study used a huge genetic screen in rodents to identify novel genetic candidates that may cause obesity, potentially paving the way for new drug therapies.Professor Damien Keating of Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, who led the study, said: "We know a lot of people struggle to lose weight or even control their weight for a number of different reasons. ??sThe findings in this study could mean developing a pill which would target the function of RCAN1 and may result in weight loss.???Obesity is a major global health epidemic, resulting in increased risk of serious diseases like type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, but avenues for effective therapeutic treatments are lacking.There are two types of fat in the human body- brown fat burns energy, while white fat stores energy.Professor Keating says blocking RCAN1 helps to transform unhealthy white fat into healthy brown fat, presenting a potential treatment method in the fight against obesity.He added: "We have already developed a series of drugs that target the protein that this gene makes, and we are now in the process of testing them to see if they inhibit RCAN1 and whether they might represent potential new anti-obesity drugs,""In light of our results, the drugs we are developing to target RCAN1 would burn more calories while people are resting. It means th
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