Keeping the fat off with nesfatin

A newly described neuropeptide, nesfatin-1, acts in the brain to suppress appetite.

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Figure 1: Regulation and function of nesfatin in the control of feeding.

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Myers, M. Keeping the fat off with nesfatin. Nat Med 12, 1248–1249 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm1106-1248

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