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Lifestyle interventions along with vitamin D supplements on reducing leptinemia in obese man

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XG is the primary and corresponding author of this letter. HW and AB reviewed, edited, and revised this letter. All authors contributed equally to this letter.

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Gao, X., Wang, H. & Bidulescu, A. Lifestyle interventions along with vitamin D supplements on reducing leptinemia in obese man. Int J Obes 44, 1626–1627 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41366-020-0599-2

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