Lipid transport in cholecystokinin knockout mice

@article{King2015LipidTI,
  title={Lipid transport in cholecystokinin knockout mice},
  author={Alexandra King and Q. Yang and Sarah Huesman and Therese R Rider and Chunmin C Lo},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={151},
  pages={198-206}
}
Cholecystokinin (CCK) is released in response to lipid feeding and regulates pancreatic digestive enzymes vital to the absorption of nutrients. Our previous reports demonstrated that cholecystokinin knockout (CCK-KO) mice fed for 10 weeks of HFD had reduced body fat mass, but comparable glucose uptake by white adipose tissues and skeletal muscles. We hypothesized that CCK is involved in energy homeostasis and lipid transport from the small intestine to tissues in response to acute treatment… CONTINUE READING

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