‘Hunger’ neurons in the brain are regulated by protein activated during fasting

Posted by on July 6, 2016 3:46 pm
Categories: health

Neurons in the brain that control hunger are regulated by AMPK, a protein activated during fasting, report researchers. The study sheds light on the biological mechanisms that regulate feeding behavior, and serves as a potential model for the broad study of synapse formation.

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