Palatability Can Drive Feeding Independent of AgRP Neurons.

@article{Denis2015PalatabilityCD,
  title={Palatability Can Drive Feeding Independent of AgRP Neurons.},
  author={Rapha{\"e}l G. P. Denis and Aur{\'e}lie Joly-Amado and Emily S Webber and Fanny Langlet and Marie Schaeffer and Stephanie L. Padilla and C{\'e}line Cansell and B{\'e}n{\'e}dicte Dehouck and Julien Castel and Anne-Sophie Delb{\`e}s and Sarah K Martinez and Am{\'e}lie Lacombe and Claude Rouch and Nadim Kassis and Jean-Alain Fehrentz and Jean Martinez and Pascal Verdi{\'e} and Thomas S Hnasko and Richard D Palmiter and Michael J Krashes and Ali D. G{\"u}ler and Christophe Magnan and Serge H. Luquet},
  journal={Cell metabolism},
  year={2015},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          646-57
        }
}
Feeding behavior is exquisitely regulated by homeostatic and hedonic neural substrates that integrate energy demand as well as the reinforcing and rewarding aspects of food. Understanding the net contribution of homeostatic and reward-driven feeding has become critical because of the ubiquitous source of energy-dense foods and the consequent obesity epidemic. Hypothalamic agouti-related peptide-secreting neurons (AgRP neurons) provide the primary orexigenic drive of homeostatic feeding. Using… CONTINUE READING

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