Weight loss drug molecules, artwork

Weight loss drug molecules, artwork

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Caption: Weight loss drug molecules. Computer artwork showing molecules of a pharmaceutical drug (C27. H36.F2.N2.O4) which can potentially cause weight loss in humans. Atoms are shown as coloured spheres (carbon: grey, oxygen: red, nitrogen: blue, fluorine: turquoise). This molecule binds to a human PPAR-delta receptor decreasing its activity. PPARs (peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors) play essential roles in cell differentiation, development and metabolism. Disrupting PPAR-delta changes the body's fuel preference from glucose to fats, thereby reducing the body's fat stores.

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