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A team led by investigators at the University of California, Los Angeles, reports having employed 'four core genotypes' mouse model to investigate sex differences in adiposity. In its study, the team found a subset of genes that escape X chromosome inactivation showed higher expression levels in adipose tissue and liver of XX compared to XY mice, which may contribute to sex differences in obesity.

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