Sucrose modifies c-<ce:italic>fos</ce:italic> mRNA expression in the brain of rats maintained on feeding schedules

@article{Mitra2011SucroseMC,
  title={Sucrose modifies c-<ce:italic>fos</ce:italic> mRNA expression in the brain of rats maintained on feeding schedules},
  author={Arojit Mitra and Christophe Lenglos and Justin L Martin and N. Mbende and Elena K. Timofeeva},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={192},
  pages={459-474}
}
Food intake is regulated according to circadian activity, metabolic needs and the hedonic value of food. Rodents placed on a fixed feeding schedule show behavioral and physiological anticipation of mealtime referred to as food-anticipatory activity (FAA). FAA is driven by the food-entrainable oscillator (FEO), whose anatomical substrate is not yet known. Recent data have shown that restricted feeding schedules for regular chow and daily limited access to palatable food in free-feeding rats… CONTINUE READING
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