Behavioral conditioning of lipopolysaccharide-induced anorexia

@article{Exton1995BehavioralCO,
  title={Behavioral conditioning of lipopolysaccharide-induced anorexia},
  author={Michael S. Exton and Diane F. Bull and Maurice G. King},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={1995},
  volume={57},
  pages={401-405}
}
Pavlovian conditioning of endotoxin-tolerance in rats
Central Blockade of IL-1 Does Not Impair Taste-LPS Associative Learning
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The data show that animals which did not experience a fever response during association phase (due to the LPS encounter) were unable to elicit hyperthermia as part of the conditioned response, indicating that pairing a relevant taste stimulus with an immune challenge might result in the formation of multiple engrams.
Single-trial conditioning in a human taste-endotoxin paradigm induces conditioned odor aversion but not cytokine responses
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Findings indicate that an identical immune challenge can result in completely different neuro-behavioral consequences depending on the immune history of the individual, thus revealing part of the complex interconnection between the immune and neuro-endocrine systems in regulating food selection and consumption during the infectious process.
Weaken taste-LPS association during endotoxin tolerance
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