Alan Saltiel, director of the University of Michigan's Life Sciences Institute (Photo: Scott Soderberg, Michigan Photography)
The obese mouse on the right was fed a high-fat diet. The mouse on the left was fed the same diet but is a normal weight after receiving amlexanox (Photo: Shannon Reilly)
Researchers at the University of Michigan’s Life Sciences Institute have found that amlexanox, an off-patent drug used to treat asthma and canker sores, can also reduce obesity, diabetes and fatty liver disease in mice.
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