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Orexigenic Neuropeptide 26RFa: New Evidence for an Adaptive Profile of Appetite Regulation in Anorexia Nervosa

Emilie Fauquembergue Olivier Toutirais 1 David Tougeron 2 Aurélie Drouet Matthieu Le Gallo 3 Mireille Desille 4 Florian Cabillic 5 Cécile Thomas de La Pintière 5 Manuela Iero Licia Rivoltini 6 Stéphanie Baert-Desurmont 7 Hubert Vaudry 8 Richard Sesboüe 7 Thierry Frebourg 9 Jean-Baptiste Latouche 9 Véronique Catros 5 D Gach D Belkacemi R Lefranc D Perlikowski J. Masson 10 R Walet-Balieu J. Do-Rego R Galas D. Schapman D Lamtahri D Tonon D. Vaudry 11 J. Chuquet 12 K. Gach 12 O. Belkacemi B. Lefranc P. Perlikowski M.-L. Walet-Balieu L. Galas R. Lamtahri 12 M.-C. Tonon 12 Bogdan Galusca 13 Lydie Jeandel 11 Natacha Germain 13 David Alexandre 11 Jérôme Leprince 8, 11, 12 Youssef Anouar 11 Bruno Estour 13 Nicolas Chartrel 12 
Abstract : Restrictive anorexia nervosa (AN) presents an adaptive appetite regulating profile including mainly high levels of ghrelin. Because this adaptive mechanism is not effective on food intake, other appetite-regulating peptides need to be explored. 26RFa is a hypothalamic neuropeptide that stimulates appetite, gonadotropin release, and bone metabolism.
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Emilie Fauquembergue, Olivier Toutirais, David Tougeron, Aurélie Drouet, Matthieu Le Gallo, et al.. Orexigenic Neuropeptide 26RFa: New Evidence for an Adaptive Profile of Appetite Regulation in Anorexia Nervosa. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2012, 97 (6), pp.2012-2018. ⟨10.1210/jc.2011-3396⟩. ⟨hal-01962732⟩

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