The leptin and insulin receptor-deficient mice also showed something else.

– The high levels of testosterone are what really our attention, said Elmquist. We do not know yet, but that can be a model for PCOS. That would be an important advance, since PCOS is quite common and animal models for its study were hard to get. Elmquist said the study’s first author, Jennifer Hill, now at the University of Toledo is to line of investigation line of inquiry. One of the first questions they ask is whether metformin, an insulin – sensitizing drug in the treatment of in the treatment of PCOS, has fertility benefits for the mice.. The leptin and insulin receptor-deficient mice also showed something else, came as a complete surprise, Elmquist said. They had clear signs of infertility, including smaller litter sizes and pairings failed to produce offspring.

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