Dietary quinine has a nongustatory effect on food intake in rats.


Recent data suggests that quinine adulteration of rats' maintenance diets may suppress food intake by postingestional (i.e., pharmacological or toxicological) mechanisms. This possibility was tested by increasing rats' rates of drug excretion prior to presentation of quinine maintenance diets. This treatment increased consumption of 3 concentrations (0.1, 0… (More)


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