Exercise-Induced Neuropeptide Y and Ob Receptor Activation in Cerebellum

Abstract

Recent research has shown that extended neural activation such as that imposed by behavioral exercise can lead to angiogenesis, the birth of new blood vessels, in the adult mammalian brain. Recent theories suggest that the creation of new blood vessels permits more glucose to be sent to active neurons thus providing more energy for the maintenance and… (More)

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