August
12
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Scientists have found specific nerve cells, reducing appetite

Scientists have found specific nerve cells, reducing appetite American scientists recently discovered a special group of neurons that are responsible for appetite suppression.These nerve cells can reduce appetite or overeating when food poisoning.New information will now give the opportunity to develop special methods of temporarily "turn off" the appetite.

First of all, the researchers examined the unpleasant feelings that commonly occur with overeating or illness.Thus, it was found as a feeling of poor appetite.It's all in the neurons when they begin to synthesize protein CGPR.The experiments were conducted in mice and have been very successful.Upon stimulation of neurons in rodents produced the so-called "satiety hormone".Conversely, if you lock CGPR-neurons, the mice eat, even if it is not to be done.

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