Chronic CNS Oxytocin Signaling Preferentially Induces Fat Loss in High Fat 3 Diet-Fed Rats by Enhancing Satiety Responses and Increasing Lipid Utilization 4 5 Abbreviated title : Oxytocin Reduces Body Adiposity in High Fat Diet-Fed Rats 6 7

@inproceedings{Blevins2016ChronicCO,
  title={Chronic CNS Oxytocin Signaling Preferentially Induces Fat Loss in High Fat 3 Diet-Fed Rats by Enhancing Satiety Responses and Increasing Lipid Utilization 4 5 Abbreviated title : Oxytocin Reduces Body Adiposity in High Fat Diet-Fed Rats 6 7},
  author={James E. Blevins and Benjamin W. Thompson and Vishwanath T. Anekonda and Morris Michelle Jacqueline and Ho and James Graham and Zachary S. Roberts and Bang H. Hwang and Kayoko Ogimoto and Tami H Wolden-Hanson and Jarrell T. Nelson and Karl J Kaiyala and P. Havel and Lorena Karen and Bales and Gregory J. Morton and Michael J. Schwartz and Denis G. Baskin},
  year={2016}
}
American Journal of Physiology Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 1 2 Full title: Chronic CNS Oxytocin Signaling Preferentially Induces Fat Loss in High Fat 3 Diet-Fed Rats by Enhancing Satiety Responses and Increasing Lipid Utilization 4 5 Abbreviated title: Oxytocin Reduces Body Adiposity in High Fat Diet-Fed Rats 6 7 James E. Blevins, Benjamin W. Thompson, Vishwanath T. Anekonda, Jacqueline M. 8 Ho, James L. Graham, Zachary S. Roberts, Bang H. Hwang, Kayoko Ogimoto, 9 Tami… CONTINUE READING