A New Type of Brain Cell Found in Mice May Trigger Overactive Appetites : ScienceAlert


Scientists studying obesity in mice have found a new type of brain cell that boosts appetite, even when the body is satiated for a long time.

Neuropeptide Y neurons are the focus of many studies on metabolic syndromes. They are particularly abundant in a part of the brain’s hypothalamus called the arcuate nucleus,…

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