The role of glial cells in feeding behaviors: History and progress report
Developmental Neurobiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
The regulatory mechanisms of appetite are not fully understood. In this article, we introduce the history of experimental techniques related to feeding and the role of leptin in the hypothalamus. We also summarize previous studies of neural circuits related to feeding and the relationship of non-neuronal cells. Lastly, we report the progress of our study on the function of Olig2-positive cells in neuronal circuits for feeding.
- Studia humana et naturalia = Studia humana et naturalia
Studia humana et naturalia = Studia humana et naturalia 54 89-95, 2020-12-25