Glucose-Sensing in the Reward System

@inproceedings{Koekkoek2017GlucoseSensingIT,
  title={Glucose-Sensing in the Reward System},
  author={Laura L. Koekkoek and Joram D Mul and Susanne E la Fleur},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2017}
}
Glucose-sensing neurons are neurons that alter their activity in response to changes in extracellular glucose. These neurons, which are an important mechanism the brain uses to monitor changes in glycaemia, are present in the hypothalamus, where they have been thoroughly investigated. Recently, glucose-sensing neurons have also been identified in brain… CONTINUE READING