Fos-positive neurons are increased in the nucleus of the solitary tract and decreased in the ventromedial hypothalamus and amygdala by a high-protein diet in rats

Nicolas Darcel, Gilles Fromentin, Helen E Raybould, Sylvette Gougis, Dorothy W. Gietzen, Daniel Tome

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