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Marleen B Dommerholt, Derek A Dionne, Daria F Hutchinson, Janine K Kruit, and James D Johnson

weeks old), adult mice (45 weeks old) and aged mice (60–70 weeks old). In order to allow adaptation to restricted feeding, the animals were fed one week with 90% food intake and a second week with 75% food intake and 60% food intake thereafter. Body

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Andrew L Pierce, Jason P Breves, Shunsuke Moriyama, Tetsuya Hirano, and E Gordon Grau

production of Igf1, which feeds back to inhibit GH secretion in the GH/Igf endocrine axis ( Humbel 1990 , Jones & Clemmons 1995 , Phillips et al . 1998 ). In mice, both endocrine and local Igf1 play biologically significant roles in growth regulation

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Graziela R Stoppa, Maristela Cesquini, Erika A Roman, Patrícia O Prada, Adriana S Torsoni, Talita Romanatto, Mario J Saad, Licio A Velloso, and Marcio A Torsoni

evaluated at early time points (10 and 30 min after the exogenous administration of citrate), but the food intake measured value in this period was very small. Since the AMPK/ACC pathway plays an important role in the feeding behavior, we evaluated the

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Sami Dridi, Mohammed Taouis, Arieh Gertler, Eddy Decuypere, and Johan Buyse

time-lag between tissues is still unknown. The repression of SCD gene expression in the hypothalamus by food deprivation suggests that hypothalamic SCD responds to feeding status and may be involved in the regulation of food intake in chickens as

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Patricia Cristine Borck, Sarah Rickli, Jean Franciesco Vettorazzi, Thiago Martins Batista, Antonio Carlos Boschero, Elaine Vieira, and Everardo Magalhães Carneiro

modulated by nutrients, whose oscillatory pattern is largely determined by feeding behavior ( Kornmann et al. 2007 ). In peripheral tissues, the circadian system is closely related to rhythmicity of the glucose and lipid metabolism ( Lin et al. 2008

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Eileen I Chang, Paul J Rozance, Stephanie R Wesolowski, Leanna M Nguyen, Steven C Shaw, Robert A Sclafani, Kristen K Bjorkman, Angela K Peter, William W Hay Jr, and Laura D Brown

intrauterine growth-restricted (IUGR) fetus with less muscle mass than in normally growing fetuses ( Padoan et al. 2004 ). A particularly relevant sheep model of placental insufficiency and IUGR produced by exposing pregnant ewes to elevated ambient

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Isabela Teixeira Bonomo, Patricia Cristina Lisboa, Analaura Ribeiro Pereira, Magna Cottini Fonseca Passos, and Egberto Gaspar de Moura

were separated into the following groups: BRO – treated with 1 mg bromo-α-ergocriptine (BRO; Novartis, SP, Brazil), twice a day, for the last 3 days of lactation before death and C – control group, which received saline treatment for the same time

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Takeshi Iwasa, Toshiya Matsuzaki, Kiyohito Yano, Yiliyasi Mayila, Rie Yanagihara, Yuri Yamamoto, Akira Kuwahara, and Minoru Irahara

) and undernourished (UN; n  = 4) groups. From gestational days 14 to 21, the undernourished dams were restricted to 50% of the daily food intake (FI) of the NN dams of the previous day; subsequently, they were allowed to feed ad libitum during the

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Cátia F Gonçalves and Qing-Jun Meng

, and time restricted feeding in healthy lifespan . Cell Metabolism 1048 – 1059 . ( ) 27304506 Lowrey PL Takahashi JS 2011 Genetics of circadian rhythms in mammalian model organisms . Advances in

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Kathryn L Gatford, Miles J De Blasio, Claire T Roberts, Mark B Nottle, Karen L Kind, William H E J van Wettere, Robert J Smits, and Julie A Owens

adolescent animals, large and variable litter size, and restricted maternal nutrition used in commercial pig production systems during pregnancy. Interventions to increase fetal growth may therefore be more effective in the gilt than the multiparous sow