Chronic restricted access to food leading to undernutrition affects rat neuroendocrine status and olfactory-driven behaviors

@article{Badonnel2012ChronicRA,
  title={Chronic restricted access to food leading to undernutrition affects rat neuroendocrine status and olfactory-driven behaviors},
  author={Karine Badonnel and Marie-Christine Lacroix and R{\'e}gine Monnerie and Didier Durieux and Christine Baly},
  journal={Hormones and Behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={62},
  pages={120-127}
}
Previous studies have demonstrated that olfactory-driven behaviors in rats are influenced by short-term caloric restriction, partly through the modulation of olfactory sensitivity by appetite-modulating hormones or peptides such as insulin and leptin. Here, we addressed the issue of a long-term modulation of their neuroendocrine status by evaluating the effect of chronic food restriction in rats following a limitation of the duration of daily food intake to 2 h (SF) instead of 8 h (LF) on the… CONTINUE READING
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