Nutrient specific feeding and endocrine effects of jejunal infusions.

@article{Dailey2010NutrientSF,
  title={Nutrient specific feeding and endocrine effects of jejunal infusions.},
  author={Megan J Dailey and Kellie L. K. Tamashiro and Chantelle E. Terrillion and Timothy H. Moran},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          904-10
        }
}
Intestinal nutrient infusions result in variable decreases in food intake and body weight based on the nutrient type and the specific intestinal infusion site. Only intrajejunal infusions of fatty acids decrease food intake beyond the calories infused. To test whether this extra-compensatory decrease in food intake is specific to fatty acids, small volume intrajejunal infusions of glucose (Glu) and casein hydrolysate (Cas), as well as linoleic acid (LA) were administered to male Sprague-Dawley… CONTINUE READING
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