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Marianna Minnetti, Valeria Hasenmajer, Riccardo Pofi, Mary Anna Venneri, Krystallenia I Alexandraki, and Andrea M Isidori

central pacemaker. Changes in feeding time reset the phase of rhythmic gene expression in the liver first and only subsequently in other tissues, achieving full synchronization within a week. Studies on time-restricted feeding revealed that insulin

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Cíntia Vilanova Teixeira, Dorothée Silandre, Alba Marcelly de Souza Santos, Christelle Delalande, Francisco J B Sampaio, Serge Carreau, and Cristiane da Fonte Ramos

diet containing 23% protein; protein-energy restricted (PER) group – with free access to an isoenergy and protein-restricted diet containing 8% protein; and energy-restricted (ER) group – receiving standard laboratory diet in restricted quantities

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S E Chadio, B Kotsampasi, G Papadomichelakis, S Deligeorgis, D Kalogiannis, I Menegatos, and G Zervas

well-fed ewes. The differences in maternal cortisol response to nutrient restriction between the present and other studies may be due to variations in the time, duration and intensity of the feed restriction. Maternal insulin concentrations were

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Daniel J Tobiansky, George V Kachkovski, Reilly T Enos, Kim L Schmidt, E Angela Murphy, Stan B Floresco, and Kiran K Soma

of each group, brain tissue was microdissected as previously described ( Tobiansky et al. 2018 a ). Specifically, ten offspring were randomly selected from each sex × maternal diet × feed ( ad libitum or calorie-restricted) group (e.g., male

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Beatriz S Amorim, Cintia B Ueta, Beatriz C G Freitas, Renata J Nassif, Cecília Helena de Azevedo Gouveia, Marcelo A Christoffolete, Anselmo S Moriscot, Carmen Lucia Lancelloti, Flávia Llimona, Hermes Vieira Barbeiro, Heraldo Possolo de Souza, Sergio Catanozi, Marisa Passarelli, Marcelo S Aoki, Antonio C Bianco, and Miriam O Ribeiro

time, it did reduce body fat to levels below those found in animals fed chow diet (−∼23%; Fig. 1 C and D), but did not affect total body water nor prevent the accelerated increase in BW ( Fig. 1 B; Table 2 ). High-fat feeding caused visible fat

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Anne-Marie Neumann, Cathleen Geißler, Violetta Pilorz, Iwona Olejniczak, Alfor G Lewis, Randy J Seeley, Orr Shomroni, Gabriela Salinas-Riester, Henriette Kirchner, and Henrik Oster

increases feeding frequency in the active phase during weight regain. (A) Representative meal bout actogram in 15-min bins after sham and (B) VSG; bar intakes time of surgery, gray background time of liquid diet (LiD) intake. (C) Active and resting phase

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Jean-Charles Gabillard, Kouakou Yao, Marc Vandeputte, Joaquim Gutierrez, and Pierre-Yves Le Bail

1.2 ± 0.2 (×10 4 ) copies/μg total RNA; P <0.001). In trial 5 (restricted feeding experiment), the analysis of GHR expression revealed a similar expression between both genes at time 0. In the liver (Fig. 5B and D ) and muscle (Fig. 6B and

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Z A Archer, S M Rhind, P A Findlay, C E Kyle, M C Barber, and C L Adam

infusion, the present sheep were food restricted and therefore in negative energy balance. In seasonal species such as sheep, however, GnRH output is primarily under photoperiodic regulation, with short days being stimulatory and long days

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Richard A Ehrhardt, Andreas Foskolos, Sarah L Giesy, Stephanie R Wesolowski, Christopher S Krumm, W Ronald Butler, Susan M Quirk, Matthew R Waldron, and Yves R Boisclair

hLeptin groups during the infusion period ( Fig. 1C ). Voluntary feed intake was recorded over two time intervals during the first 12h of infusion and every 12h thereafter. Feed intake expressed on an energy basis appeared lower after 4h of hLeptin

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Katie Wynne, Sarah Stanley, Barbara McGowan, and Steve Bloom

. Psychopharmacology (Berlin) 100 426 –432. Yoshihara T , Honma S & Honma K 1996 Effects of restricted daily feeding on neuropeptide Y release in the rat paraventricular nucleus. American Journal of Physiology – Endocrinology and