Role of the neurotransmitters and peptides involved in feeding behaviour control.pdf

Role of the neurotransmitters and peptides involved in feeding behaviour control PDF

Maurizio La Guardia, Marco Giammanco, Santo Giammanco

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Serotonin (5-HT), a mono-aminergic neurotransmitter is biochemically derived from tryptophan and ... insulin; leptin and corticosteron are also involved in the energy control and regulation. ... Keywords: Obesity, Satiety, Eating behavior, Serotonin, Hypothalamus, Appetite ... The first gut peptide to be implicated in the control. 25 Sep 2012 ... ... highlights research on the role of the CNS in the regulation of feeding behavior and ... tissue–derived hormone leptin, as well as ghrelin, insulin, peptide YY, ... inhibitory effects of feeding-related hormones and neurotransmitters, these ... new molecules that may be involved in maintaining energy balance.

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Role of the neurotransmitters and peptides involved in feeding behaviour control.pdf


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