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Experiment

Impact of High Fat Diet Choice on Energy Balance
Summary Data Summary
Investigator Johnson, Carl
Description The impact of high fat diet choice on energy balance. Animals eating at night
gain more weight than animals eating during the day.

Circadian rhythm study, lights were on from 10 AM-10 PM and lights were off from
10 PM-10 AM. There were four groups of mice with different diet options.

Mice from Group 1 were given only chow diet. They had access to this diet at all
times.

Mice from Group 2 were given both chow diet and high fat diet. They had access
to these diets at all times.

Group 3 was given both chow diet and high fat diet. They had access to the chow
diet at all times. They could only access the high fat diet from 10 PM-4 AM.

Group 4 was given both chow diet and high fat diet. They had access to the chow
diet at all times. They could only access the high fat diet from 4 AM-10 AM.

During run 1 the mice only had access to chow. An extra hopper of the chow diet
was provided at this time as a substitute for the high fat diet. The extra
hopper was blocked at the times listed above for the high fat diet for Group 3
and Group 4. High fat was added to the appropriate groups during run 2 and was
continued through run 3. Group 1 kept the extra chow diet hopper during run 2
and run 3.

The weights for the entire experiment are an average of the weight at the start
of run 1 and the weight at the end of run 3. The same applies to the lean mass,
fat mass, and free body water mass.

Applicable research area(s): Metabolism
Status Completed
Public Release 1/13/2019
Animal Age Measured In: day(s) post-natal (d)
Flags has-data-flagSame Strain
Data Analysis
TypeCount
Animals16
Experimental Conditions7
Catalog Items1
Curation Info (# flags)1
Phenotype Assays13
Phenotype Measurements1248
Histology Images0
Publications0
Phenotypes1


Animals

Strain NameCommon NameFemalesMalesUnknown
C57BL/6J
0
16
0


Experimental Conditions
NameUnits
Experimental Groupone of [Control, Control-Het, ...]
Food Ingestiongrams per day (g/day)
Mouse Dietone of [3mAIN76(HF0.18), 3mAIN76(HF0.18)early, ...]
Mouse Diet Hopperunitless (unitless)
Mouse Feeding - Startunitless (unitless)
Mouse Feeding - Stopunitless (unitless)
Sable Run (RNum)Run Number (RNum)



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