High fat feeding affects the number of GPR120 cells and enteroendocrine cells in the mouse stomach

@inproceedings{Widmayer2015HighFF,
  title={High fat feeding affects the number of GPR120 cells and enteroendocrine cells in the mouse stomach},
  author={Patricia Widmayer and Hannah Goldschmid and Helena Henkel and Markus Kueper and Alfred K{\"o}nigsrainer and Heinz Breer},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
  year={2015}
}
Long-term intake of dietary fat is supposed to be associated with adaptive reactions of the organism and it is assumptive that this is particularly true for fat responsive epithelial cells in the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. Recent studies suggest that epithelial cells expressing the receptor for medium and long chain fatty acids, GPR120 (FFAR4… CONTINUE READING