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Protein responsible for regulating feeding behaviour in the brain identified.

The molecular intricacies of hunger and satiety, pivotal for understanding metabolic disorders and the problem of obesity, are not yet fully understood by scientists.  How much a person eats and … Continue Reading Protein responsible for regulating feeding behaviour in the brain identified.

Study shows brain cell mitochondria controls blood-sugar levels after a meal.

A large body of data gathered over the last decades has identified the neuronal pathways which link the central nervous system with the autonomic innervation of the endocrine pancreas. These … Continue Reading Study shows brain cell mitochondria controls blood-sugar levels after a meal.

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