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mnfr2162-sup-0001-TableS1.doc63K

Table S1. Composition of the control diet (CD, 10 % [kcal] fat), high fat diet (HD, 45% [kcal] fat), and wolfberry diet (WD, the HD with 5% [kcal] wolfberries), formulated by Research Diets, Inc.

Table S2. Food consumption (gram/mouse/day) of the wild type C57BL/6J (B6) and AMPKα2 knockout (KO) mice CD, the control diet (10 % [kcal] fat); HD, high fat diet (45% [kcal] fat); WD, wolfberry diet (the HD with 5% [kcal] wolfberries)

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Figure S1. Dietary wolfberry does not lower body weight gain and amounts of epididymal adipose tissues in C57BL/6J (B6) and AMPKα2 knockout (KO) mice fed the high fat diet (HD).

Figure S2. Dietary wolfberry does not alter hepatic AMPKα protein expression and AMPKα1 activity in C57BL/6J (B6) and AMPKα2 knockout (KO) mice.

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