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, ST: standard chow diet; HF: high-fat high-706 sucrose diet; HF0: pollutant-free high-fat high-sucrose diet; HFp: high-fat high-sucrose diet 707 containing the mixture of pollutants. Sham: sham-operated mice

, 708 Ovx+E2: ovariectomized mice with E2 replacement

, Supplemental Figure 6: Comparison between treatment-matched HF0-fed and HFp-fed 762 mice. A. Body and adipose tissue weights

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C. Glucose-tolerance and . Test, HF0: pollutant-free high-fat high-sucrose diet; HFp: high-fat 764 high-sucrose diet containing the mixture of pollutants. Sham: non-operated mice; Ovx: 765 ovariectomized mice