Growth-corrected weight curves. A, Data as in Figure 1A, but for growth-corrected weight curves. These were computed by expressing each animal’s baseline-corrected weight as a fraction of a sex-matched expected growth curve (data from The Jackson Laboratory, 2015). B, As in A, but each animal shown individually. Young animals on CA water reached stable, growth-corrected weights of 78–95% (averaged over days 20–30). C, Data as in Figure 1D, for each animal shown individually. Adult animals on CA water reached stable weights of 78–91% (averaged over days 7–14). Download Figure 1-1, TIF file.

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