Intraventricular glucose administration inhibits feeding in satiated but not in 24 hours food deprived cocks.

Abstract

Injection of 5 microliter isotonic glucose into the third ventricle above the basal hypothalamus but not in the posterior hypothalamus-anterior midbrain, suppressed feeding in satiated cocks. This suppression of food intake was less dramatic when glucose was injected after 5 hr of food deprivation and was eliminated if 24 hr of food deprivation preceded the… (More)

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@article{Robinzon1983IntraventricularGA, title={Intraventricular glucose administration inhibits feeding in satiated but not in 24 hours food deprived cocks.}, author={Boaz Robinzon and N. Snapir}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={1983}, volume={19 6}, pages={929-32} }