Abnormally decreased NO and augmented CO production in islets of the leptin-deficient ob/ob mouse might contribute to explain hyperinsulinemia and islet survival in leptin-resistant type 2 obese diabetes.

Javier Jimenez, S Albert Salehi, Sandra Meidute, Ragnar Henningsson, Ingmar Lundquist

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