Glucagon injected in the lateral hypothalamus stimulates sympathetic activity and suppresses monoamine metabolism.

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Glucagon injected in the lateral hypothalamus stimulates sympathetic activity and suppresses monamine metabolism. The central hypothesis underlying this study is that there is a reciprocal relationship between food intake and sympathetic activity to IBAT. This hypothesis was tested by using intrahypothalamic microinjections of glucagon, a peptide that has… (More)

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