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From: Preventive effects of Chlorella on skeletal muscle atrophy in muscle-specific mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 activity-deficient mice

Figure 2

Effects of Chlorella consumption on body weight gain and food intake. All groups were fed the respective diets shown in Table 1, beginning at 2 months of age. Wild type (n =7) and control ALDH2*2 Tg mice were fed a basal diet (n =8), while the CSD ALDH2*2 Tg mice received a Chlorella-supplemented diet (n =8). Body weights (a) and food intake (b) were measured at the end of each month. Values are the mean ± SD, *p < 0.05: significant vs. Control; ## p < 0.01: significant vs. Wild type.

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