Clemens G Tebbe

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BACKGROUND Feeding related peptides have been shown to be additionally involved in the central autonomic control of gastrointestinal functions. Recent studies have shown that ghrelin, a stomach-derived orexigenic peptide, is involved in the autonomic regulation of GI function besides feeding behavior. Pharmacological evidence indicates that ghrelin effects(More)
Peptides participating in the hypothalamic control of feeding behaviour are also involved in the central autonomic control of gastrointestinal functions, such as secretion and motility. An anatomical interaction and functional relationship in the central nervous system between the feeding-related peptides neuropeptide Y and ghrelin is well documented.(More)
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