Maternal high fat diet exposure is associated with increased hepcidin levels, decreased myelination, and neurobehavioral changes in male offspring

Amanda E. Graf, Scott W. Lallier, Gavisha Waidyaratne, Michael D. Thompson, Trent E. Tipple, Mark E. Hester, Aaron J. Trask, Lynette K. Rogers

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