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“…Moreover, investigations of the serotonergic system have attempted to determine the percent contribution of 5-HT to food intake and whether 5-HT-induced suppression of food intake is directly or indirectly mediated. Original exploration of 5-HT's effect on sham feeding indicated that peripheral 5-HT inhibits sham intake (45,46) in the absence of a complete satiety sequence (56). Neill and Cooper (45) demonstrated that administration of a peripheral-acting 5-HT 2a/2c receptor antagonist, xylamidine, attenuated systemically administered 5-HT-induced inhibition of sham feeding.…”
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“…Moreover, investigations of the serotonergic system have attempted to determine the percent contribution of 5-HT to food intake and whether 5-HT-induced suppression of food intake is directly or indirectly mediated. Original exploration of 5-HT's effect on sham feeding indicated that peripheral 5-HT inhibits sham intake (45,46) in the absence of a complete satiety sequence (56). Neill and Cooper (45) demonstrated that administration of a peripheral-acting 5-HT 2a/2c receptor antagonist, xylamidine, attenuated systemically administered 5-HT-induced inhibition of sham feeding.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…5-HT3 receptors have been discovered in the central nervous system (Tyers, Costall, & Naylor, 1989), and there are high concentrations ofthese receptors, in various species, in the nucleus of the solitary tract, where they are present on vagal afferent terminals (Pratt & Bowery, 1989). But there is doubt about the involvement of 5-HT 3 receptors in d-fenfluramine-induced anorexia that is primarily a central effect (Lawton & Blundell, 1993;Neill & Cooper, 1989). To resolve the question properly, we need to determine what effect a peripherally active and specific 5-HT3 receptor agonist would have on eating behavior.…”
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“…toencephalic barrier (Oldendor~f 1971) and its ano~exigenic effect is mediated by peripheral receptors (Neill and Cooper, 1989). It can be assUll;led that its effect in piglets is also peripheral.…”
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