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A molecule that puts the brakes on appetite

A molecule that puts the brakes on appetite

Yale scientists find a family of phospholipids that curb the desire to eat in rats and mice.

That heaping pile of golden crisp French fries looks delectable, but polishing off the plate may be a tall order. New research from Yale scientists suggests that a family of phospholipids tells the...

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“Dry cleaning” effect—research shows how mice, and people, work on autopilot

By watching mice navigate a custom-designed swimming pool, Christopher Pittenger, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of psychiatry, has discovered an ongoing competition between one part of the brain...

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Biomarker for lung cancer risk

A genetic variation could explain why some people have a greater risk of developing lung cancer, Yale scientists...

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Yale paper among best of 2008

An article by Yale scientists on the formation of cell membranes has been named one of the top scientific papers of...

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