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“…12,17 The role of neuropeptide Y includes regulating lipid metabolic homeostasis and survival via lipolysis and thermogenesis control pathways in a negative balance. 12,13,22 Neuropeptide Y is an appetite stimulator that increases fat collection through insulin and corticosteroid secretion, increases hepatic glucose utilization, reduces muscle glucose, increases glucose utilization by white fat tissue, activates brown fat tissue metabolism, decreases sympathetic activity, increases parasympathetic activity, and decreases thermogenesis 2,3,14,23 . Neurons containing neuropeptide Y become active during negative energy balance conditions such as hunger, dietary restrictions, breastfeeding, physical exercise, and uncontrolled diabetes 4,24,25 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…12,17 The role of neuropeptide Y includes regulating lipid metabolic homeostasis and survival via lipolysis and thermogenesis control pathways in a negative balance. 12,13,22 Neuropeptide Y is an appetite stimulator that increases fat collection through insulin and corticosteroid secretion, increases hepatic glucose utilization, reduces muscle glucose, increases glucose utilization by white fat tissue, activates brown fat tissue metabolism, decreases sympathetic activity, increases parasympathetic activity, and decreases thermogenesis 2,3,14,23 . Neurons containing neuropeptide Y become active during negative energy balance conditions such as hunger, dietary restrictions, breastfeeding, physical exercise, and uncontrolled diabetes 4,24,25 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Neuropeptide Y is a key orexigenic neuropeptide that regulates adiposity by reducing energy storage and utilization [12][13][14] . Fasting conditions or low caloric intake stimulate neuropeptide Y expression, which increases appetite 12,13 .…”
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“…Figure 1 b demonstrates that alternations in hypothalamic mediators inhibit HPO axis under CR. Initially, a series of rodent experiments discovered that CR activates AgRP neurons [ 11 ] and increases NPY mRNA level [ 37 ]. Also, CR decreases the expression of POMC [ 2 ] and CART [ 18 ].…”
Section: The Roles Of Cr In Hpo Axismentioning
confidence: 99%