Central administration of insulin suppresses food intake in chicks.

@article{Honda2007CentralAO,
  title={Central administration of insulin suppresses food intake in chicks.},
  author={Kazuhisa Honda and Hiroshi Kamisoyama and Takaoki Saneyasu and Kunio Sugahara and Shin Hasegawa},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={423 2},
  pages={153-7}
}
Although the orexigenic action of peptide hormones such as ghrelin and growth hormone releasing peptide is different between chickens and mammals, the anorexigenic action of peptide hormones is similar in both species. For example, central administration of peptide hormones such as leptin, cholecystokinin or glucagon has been shown to suppress food intake behavior in chickens and mammals. Central administration of insulin suppresses food intake in mammals. However, the anorexigenic action of… CONTINUE READING

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