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Measuring Hormones to Understand Metabolic Disorders

Researchers study obesity by assessing ghrelin levels in biological samples.

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Obesity is a growing health challenge and an area of intense research. Scientists investigating the underlying causes of obesity obtain important insights by analyzing ghrelin—a key hormone that affects appetite, food intake, and glucose homeostasis. Convenient ELISA kits enable researchers to measure both acetylated and unacetylated ghrelin in a variety of biological samples.

Download this white paper from Bertin Bioreagent to discover what researchers have learned about metabolism and obesity by measuring ghrelin in patient samples.