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Table S1. Sequences of the primers used in real-time PCR

Table S2. Compositions of OP (%)

Figure S1. GC-MS chromatogram of crude polysaccharides of okra. A: Mixture of monosaccharides standards: 1. rhamnose; 2. fucose; 3. arabinose; 4. xylose; 5. allose; 6. mannose; 7. glucose; 8. galactose; B: monosaccharides in OP. 9. An unknown peak wwith no correspondence.

Figure S2. Food intake amount. The 24-hour-food intake was weighted three times during the treatment. Data are mean ± SE.

Figure S3. The adipocyte size of white adipocytes. The cell size was calculated according to a previous report and presented a μm2 [6,7]. Data are mean ± SE. N=3 per group.

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