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Academic Article The ratio of mouse insulin I:insulin II does not reflect that of the corresponding preproinsulin mRNAs.
Academic Article Leptin acts via leptin receptor-expressing lateral hypothalamic neurons to modulate the mesolimbic dopamine system and suppress feeding.
Academic Article Intracellular signalling. Key enzyme in leptin-induced anorexia.
Academic Article A potential role for hypothalamomedullary POMC projections in leptin-induced suppression of food intake.
Academic Article Control of food intake and energy expenditure by Nos1 neurons of the paraventricular hypothalamus.
Academic Article Neurturin and a GLP-1 Analogue Act Synergistically to Alleviate Diabetes in Zucker Diabetic Fatty Rats.
Academic Article Leptin action in the forebrain regulates the hindbrain response to satiety signals.
Academic Article Essential Role for Hypothalamic Calcitonin Receptor?Expressing Neurons in the Control of Food Intake by Leptin.
Academic Article Eating small: applications and implications for nano-technology in agriculture and the food industry.
Academic Article ß-Cell Control of Insulin Production During Starvation-Refeeding in Male Rats.
Academic Article Calcitonin Receptor Neurons in the Mouse Nucleus Tractus Solitarius Control Energy Balance via the Non-aversive Suppression of Feeding.
Academic Article Leptin receptor-expressing nucleus tractus solitarius neurons suppress food intake independently of GLP1 in mice.
Academic Article NTS Prlh overcomes orexigenic stimuli and ameliorates dietary and genetic forms of obesity.
Academic Article Peptide-YY3-36/glucagon-like peptide-1 combination treatment of obese diabetic mice improves insulin sensitivity associated with recovered pancreatic ß-cell function and synergistic activation of discrete hypothalamic and brainstem neuronal circuitries.
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