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Journal of Endocrinology (2000) 165, R1-R6 that half were permitted to consume 35% more feed during the second quarter of pregnancy. Leptin mRNA abundance in adipose tissue (P=0.015) and plasma leptin concentration (P=0.01) were higher in progeny from mothers provided with more feed. Body weight at birth was negatively correlated with the abundance of leptin mRNA in subcutaneous fat at 59 days of age (P=0.01). This study shows for the first time that maternal nutrition during pregnancy programsdoi:10.1677/joe.0.165r001 pmid:10828858 fatcat:rsjkstzp25bixm3k6d4udoahca