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YEARS

2011-2013

FUNDING AMOUNT

411735 AUD

ABSTRACT

Diet-induced obesity is the foremost health concern in today�s society and causes many metabolic problems that lead to type diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This grant identifies ghrelin resistance, as a novel metabolic adaptation during obesity. Ghrelin is a hormone that normally stimulates food intake and body weight gain, however during obesity ghrelin does not stimulate food intake. Artificial induction of ghrelin resistance will restrict the development of diet _induced obesity. More... »

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http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/1011274

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  • 2014. The Role of the Ghrelin Receptor in Appetite and Energy Metabolism in CENTRAL FUNCTIONS OF THE GHRELIN RECEPTOR
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