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14 march 2019 16:00:04

 
The Paraventricular Hypothalamus Regulates Satiety and Prevents Obesity via Two Genetically Distinct Circuits (Neuron)
 




Li et al. discover that PVHPDYN neurons, additively with PVHMC4R neurons, are responsible for PVH-mediated satiety. Both PVH neurons are distinct, are equipotent, and use parallel projections to different aspects of the parabrachial complex to cause satiety and prevent obesity.


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