Chronically skipping breakfast impairs hippocampal memory-related gene expression and memory function accompanied by reduced wakefulness and body temperature in mice.

@article{Okauchi2020ChronicallySB,
  title={Chronically skipping breakfast impairs hippocampal memory-related gene expression and memory function accompanied by reduced wakefulness and body temperature in mice.},
  author={Hiroki Okauchi and Sayaka Higo-Yamamoto and Takumi Sowa and Hideaki Oike and Saori Yamamoto and Naoyuki Wada and Katsuhiko Sakamoto and Katsutaka Oishi},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={2020}
}
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