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Browsing Center for Research in Reproduction and Contraception by Author "Cheung, Clement C."

Browsing Center for Research in Reproduction and Contraception by Author "Cheung, Clement C."

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  • Clifton, Donald K.; Steiner, Robert A.; Hohmann, John G.; Cheung, Clement C. (Elsevier, 2001)
    Galanin is widely distributed throughout the mammalian brain and has been implicated in the regulation of food intake, metabolism and reproduction-functions that are also thought to be under the control of ...
  • Weigle, David S.; Kuijper, Joseph L.; Steiner, Robert A.; Clifton, Donald K.; Cheung, Clement C.; Thornton, Janice E. (Endocrine Society, 1997-02)
    The timing of puberty onset in mammals is tightly coupled to the animal's nutritional and metabolic state. We conducted two experiments to test the hypothesis that leptin acts as a metabolic signal for the ...
  • Ren, Hongping; Clifton, Donald K.; Weigle, David S.; Steiner, Robert A.; Kuijper, Joseph L.; Kabigting, Emilia B.; Barash, Ilona A.; Cheung, Clement C. (Endocrine Society, 1996-07)
    Leptin, a newly-discovered hormonal product of the obese (ob) gene, is expressed by adipocytes and thought to play a role in the regulation of food intake and metabolism. We tested the hypothesis that leptin ...
  • Steiner, Robert A.; Cheung, Clement C.; Clifton, Donald K. (Endocrine Society, 1997-10)
    Leptin is a protein product of the obese (ob) gene, which is secreted by adipocytes and functions as a satiety factor to regulate food intake. The expression of the leptin receptor in several hypothalamic ...
  • Steiner, Robert A.; Clifton, Donald K.; Thornton, Janice E.; Cheung, Clement C. (Endocrine Society, 1997-11)
    The hormone leptin acts on the brain to regulate feeding, metabolism, and reproduction; however, its cellular targets and molecular mechanisms of action remain to be fully elucidated. The melanocortins, which ...

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