Lipopolysacharide Rapidly and Completely Suppresses AgRP Neuron-Mediated Food Intake in Male Mice.

Abstract

Although Agouti-related peptide (AgRP) neurons play a key role in the regulation of food intake, their contribution to the anorexia caused by proinflammatory insults has yet to be identified. Using a combination of neuroanatomical and pharmacogenetics experiments, this study sought to investigate the importance of AgRP neurons and downstream targets in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1210/en.2015-2081

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@article{Liu2016LipopolysacharideRA, title={Lipopolysacharide Rapidly and Completely Suppresses AgRP Neuron-Mediated Food Intake in Male Mice.}, author={Yang Liu and Ying Huang and Tiemin Liu and Hua Wu and Huxing Cui and Laurent Gautron}, journal={Endocrinology}, year={2016}, volume={157 6}, pages={2380-92} }