Fasting reduces plasma leptin-and ghrelin-immunoreactive peptide concentrations of the burbot (Lota lota) at 2 degrees C but not at 10 degrees C.


The effects of fasting at two water temperatures (2 and 10 degrees C) on plasma leptin- and ghrelin-immunoreactive peptide concentrations and energy metabolism were investigated in the burbot (Lota lota), a freshwater gadoid, which lives in cold waters and tolerates long periods of fasting. Burbot were assigned to fed and fasted groups at 2 and 10 degrees C… (More)


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