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Brain Network May Explain Why We Keep Eating Calorie-rich Foods Long After We're Full

News   Apr 25, 2019 | Original story from UNC SChool of Medicine

 
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Mouse Central Amygdala containing Prepronociceptin (green) and PKC delta (magenta) neurons. Credit: Andrew Hardaway, PhD (Kash Lab, UNC School of Medicine)

 
 
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