A step towards developing the expertise to control hunger and satiety: Regulatory role of satiomem—A membrane proteoglycan

@article{Upreti1995AST,
  title={A step towards developing the expertise to control hunger and satiety: Regulatory role of satiomem—A membrane proteoglycan},
  author={Raj K. Upreti and Dr. A. M. Kidwai},
  journal={Neurochemical Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={20},
  pages={375-384}
}
Regulation of hunger and satiety is a complex process thought to be controlled by a complex interplay of neurotransmitters in the hypothalamic region of the brain. Reduced food intake or anorexia has also been observed under various disease or disorder conditions including AIDS and cancer. On the other hand, increased appetite because of some impairment of central mechanisms regulating the food intake could also cause obesity. A large number of substances including neuropeptides, hormones… CONTINUE READING
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