Central Mechanism of Hyperphagia in a Mouse Model of Obesity-Related Liver Disease

Deborah HEYDET, Claire Larter, C Farrell

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    Abstract

    Diet-induced obesity is associated with hyperphagia and increased serum leptin, a central satiety regulator. Our aim was to study hypothalamic changes related to appetite regulation in Alms1 mutant (foz/foz) mice, a murine model of Alström syndrome; the latter is a form of monogenic obesity associated with cilia disorder, diabetes and NASH.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages277-277
    Number of pages1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventAustralia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week - Sydney, Australia
    Duration: 1 Oct 2009 → …

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    ConferenceAustralia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week
    CountryAustralia
    CitySydney
    Period1/10/09 → …

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    Hyperphagia
    Liver Diseases
    Obesity
    Appetite Regulation
    Cilia
    Leptin
    Diet
    Serum

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    HEYDET, D., Larter, C., & Farrell, C. (2009). Central Mechanism of Hyperphagia in a Mouse Model of Obesity-Related Liver Disease. 277-277. Abstract from Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week, Sydney, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1746.2009.06055.x
    HEYDET, Deborah ; Larter, Claire ; Farrell, C. / Central Mechanism of Hyperphagia in a Mouse Model of Obesity-Related Liver Disease. Abstract from Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week, Sydney, Australia.1 p.
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    2009. 277-277 Abstract from Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week, Sydney, Australia.

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    HEYDET D, Larter C, Farrell C. Central Mechanism of Hyperphagia in a Mouse Model of Obesity-Related Liver Disease. 2009. Abstract from Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week, Sydney, Australia. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1746.2009.06055.x