EFEITOS DA ATIVAÇÃO DO RECEPTOR CANNABINÓIDE CB1 NO NÚCLEO ACCUMBENS SHELL SOBRE A CONDUTA ALIMENTAR

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CORTÉS-SALAZAR, FELIPE; SUÁREZ ORTÍZ, JOSUÉ OMAR; CENDEJAS TREJO, NANCY MÓNICA; MANCILLA-DÍAZ, JUAN MANUEL; LÓPEZ-ALONSO, VERÓNICA ELSA; ESCARTÍN-PÉREZ, RODRIGO ERICK;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Universidad Catolica de Colombia
  • Subject: behavioral satiety sequence | secuencia de saciedad conductual | sequência de saciedade conductual | Cannabinoids | Canabinoides | Canabinóides | food | nucleus accumbens shell | núcleo accumbens shell | alimentación | alimentação

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 rol... View more
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