publication . Journal . Article . 2014

EFECTOS DE LA ACTIVACIÓN DEL RECEPTOR CANNABINOIDE CB1 EN EL NÚCLEO ACCUMBENS SHELL SOBRE LA CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA

FELIPE CORTÉS-SALAZAR; JOSUÉ OMAR SUÁREZ ORTÍZ; NANCY MÓNICA CENDEJAS TREJO; JUAN MANUEL MANCILLA-DÍAZ; VERÓNICA ELSA LÓPEZ-ALONSO; RODRIGO ERICK ESCARTÍN-PÉREZ;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2014
  • Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología
  • Country: Colombia
Abstract
Obesity and its related pathologies are well- known health hazards. Although obesity and overweight have multifactorial causes, overeating is common in both of these conditions. According to animal models, endocannabinoids and their receptors in the brain play a key role in the genesis and development of obesity. It has been proposed that the cannabinoid receptors CB1 (RCB1) expressed in the nucleus accumbens shell (NAC) are involved in the increase of the hedonic properties of food. To test this hypothesis, this study aimed to assess the effects of activating the NACs RCB1 on standard food intake during the light phase of the light-dark cycle. The effects of ac...
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free text keywords: behavioral satiety sequence, Canabinoides, CANNABINOIDS, FOOD, NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS SHELL, BEHAVIORAL SATIETY SEQUENCE CANABINOIDES, ALIMENTACIÓN, NÚCLEO ACCUMBENS SHELL, SECUENCIA DE SACIEDAD CONDUCTUAL, CANABINÓIDES, ALIMENTAÇÃO, SEQUÊNCIA DE SACIEDADE CONDUCTUAL, OBESIDAD-TRATAMIENTO, OBESIDAD-ASPECTOS PSICOLÓGICOS, CANNABIS, FARMACOLOGÍA, TRASTORNOS DE LA NUTRICIÓN, Psychology, BF1-990
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publication . Journal . Article . 2014

EFECTOS DE LA ACTIVACIÓN DEL RECEPTOR CANNABINOIDE CB1 EN EL NÚCLEO ACCUMBENS SHELL SOBRE LA CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA

FELIPE CORTÉS-SALAZAR; JOSUÉ OMAR SUÁREZ ORTÍZ; NANCY MÓNICA CENDEJAS TREJO; JUAN MANUEL MANCILLA-DÍAZ; VERÓNICA ELSA LÓPEZ-ALONSO; RODRIGO ERICK ESCARTÍN-PÉREZ;