A tasty morsel: the role of the dorsal vagal complex in the regulation of food intake and swallowing. Focus on "BDNF/TrkB signaling interacts with GABAergic system to inhibit rhythmic swallowing in the rat," by Bariohay et al.

@article{Bailey2008ATM,
  title={A tasty morsel: the role of the dorsal vagal complex in the regulation of food intake and swallowing. Focus on "BDNF/TrkB signaling interacts with GABAergic system to inhibit rhythmic swallowing in the rat," by Bariohay et al.},
  author={E Fiona Bailey},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={295 4},
  pages={R1048-9}
}
ENERGY BALANCE DEPENDS on the regulation of two central circuits that control feeding behavior. On one hand, the central nervous system (CNS) must coordinate and integrate appetite, food-seeking behavior, and thermoregulation. On the other hand, signals relating to satiety (e.g., from the gut) and overall energy balance must be transduced in the periphery and feedback to the CNS. Traditional models of feeding control viewed the hypothalamus as the command center (11). According to this view… CONTINUE READING
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