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Neural Mechanisms for Control of Food Intake by Circulating and Central GLP-1
Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), an endocrine satiation signal, is secreted by the intestinal `L' cells as well as a small population of neurons in the hindbrain. One of its diverse actions is reduction of food intake. ...
CONTRIBUTION OF TRPV1 VAGAL AFFERENT NEURONS IN THE DETECTION OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIAL COLONIZATION IN THE GUT: PUTATIVE ROLE(S) OF PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES
Vagal efferent activation can reduce inflammation and disease activity in various animal models of intestinal inflammation, likely via a mechanism involving activation of a a7nAChR subtype. The current hypothesis for this ...