Further Reading

Blundell JE (1991) Pharmacological approaches to appetite suppression. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 12: 147-157.

Blundell JE and Halford JCG (1998) Serotonin and appetite regulation: Implications for the treatment of obesity. CNS Drugs 9(6): 473-495.

Gehlert DR (1999) Role of hypothalamic neuropeptide Y in feeding and obesity. Neuropeptides 33: 329-338.

Halford JCG, Cooper GD, Dovey TM, Ishii Y, Rodgers RJ, and Blundell JCG (2003) Pharmacological Approaches to Obesity treatment, Current Medical Chemistry. Central Nervous System Agents 3: 283-310.

MacNeil DJ, Howard AD, Guan XM, Fong TM, Nargaund RP, Bednarek MA, Goulet MT, Weinberg DH, Strack AM, Marsh DJ, Chen HY, Shen CP, Chen AS, Rosenblun Cl, Macneil T, Tota M, Maclntyre ED, and Van der Ploeg LHT (2002) The role of melanocortins in body weight regulation: opportunities for the treatment of obesity. European Journal of Pharmacology 440(2-3): 141-157.

Meier JJ, Gallwitz B, Schmidt WE, and Nauck MA (2002) Glucagon-like peptide 1 as a regulator of food intake and body weight: therapeutic perspectives. Eur. J. Pharmacol. 440: 267-279.

Moran TH (2000) Cholecystokinin and satiety: current perspectives. Nutrition 16: 858-865.

Morton GJ and Schwartz MW (2001) The NPY/AgRP neuron and energy homeostasis. International Journal of Obesity 25(supplement 5): s56-62.

Rodgers RJ, Ishii Y, Halford JCG, and Blundell JE (2002) Orexins and appetite regulation. Neuropeptides 36(5): 303-326.

Woods SC and Seeley RJ (2000) Adiposity signals and the control of energy homeostasis. Nutrition 16: 894-902. Zhang Y, Proenca R, Maffei M, Barone M, Leopold L, and Friedman JM (1994) Positional cloning of the mouse obese gene and its human homologue. Nature 372: 425-432.

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