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Wielinga, P Y; Löwenstein, C; Muff, S; Munz, M; Woods, S C; Lutz, T A (2010). Central amylin acts as an adiposity signal to control body weight and energy expenditure. Physiology & Behavior, 101(1):45-52.
Chronic central infusion of amylin lowers body weight gain independent of initial body weight in chow fed rats but not in rats after 3 weeks of EnsureÂ® feeding. Edited by: Wielinga, P; Muff, S; Munz, M; Woods, S C; Lutz, T A (2008). Paris: Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB).