International Journal of Obesity

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The International Journal of Obesity is a multi-disciplinary forum for research describing basic, clinical and applied studies in biochemistry, physiology, genetics and nutrition, molecular, metabolic, psychological and epidemiological aspects of obesity and related disorders. We publish a range of content types including original research articles, technical reports, reviews, correspondence and brief communications that elaborate on significant advances in the field and cover topical issues.

International Journal of Obesity focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: fat, weight, obesity, obese, body, overweight, glucose, children, adipose, women, ...

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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Publication frecuency: Monthly


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fat, weight, obesity, obese, body, overweight, glucose, children, adipose, women, liver, men, low, tissue, leptin, receptor, relationship, intake, differences, energy, human, impaired, index, inflammatory, insulin, increased,

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