All Relations between reward and feeding

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Thaina Maquedo Franco, Mariana R Tavares, Leonardo S Novaes, Carolina D Munhoz, Jose Eduardo Peixoto-Santos, Ronaldo C Araujo, Jose Donato, Michael Bader, Frederick Wasinsk. Effects of Bradykinin B2 Receptor Ablation from Tyrosine Hydroxylase Cells on Behavioral and Motor Aspects in Male and Female Mice. International journal of molecular sciences. vol 25. issue 3. 2024-02-10. PMID:38338764. dopamine, a key catecholamine neurotransmitter widely distributed in the cns, plays a crucial role in diverse physiological functions including motricity, reward, anxiety, fear, feeding, sleep, and arousal. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 mouse
Jian Wang, Yan-Shing Chang, Xiaoxue Wei, Yang Cao, Kirsty Winkle. The effectiveness of interventions on changing caregivers' feeding practices with preschool children: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity. 2024-01-08. PMID:38186213. the pooled effects of randomized controlled trials (rcts) on pressure to eat (pooled standardized mean difference [smd] = 0.61; 95%ci: -1.16, -0.06), use of food as a reward (pooled smd = -0.31; 95%ci: -0.61, -0.01), and emotional feeding (pooled smd = -0.36; 95%ci: -0.66, -0.06) were found statistically significant compared with control groups at post-intervention. 2024-01-08 2024-01-10 Not clear
Luis Miguel Rodríguez-Serrano, María Elena Chávez-Hernánde. Role of the CB2 Cannabinoid Receptor in the Regulation of Food Intake: A Systematic Review. International journal of molecular sciences. vol 24. issue 24. 2023-12-23. PMID:38139344. the cb2 cannabinoid receptor has been found in brain areas that are part of the reward system and has been shown to play a role in food intake regulation. 2023-12-23 2023-12-25 mouse
Ivana Maric, Lorena López-Ferreras, Yashaswini Bhat, Mohammed Asker, Stina Börchers, Lauren Bellfy, Suyeun Byun, Janine L Kwapis, Karolina P Skibick. From the stomach to locus coeruleus: new neural substrate for ghrelin's effects on ingestive, motivated and anxiety-like behaviors. Frontiers in pharmacology. vol 14. 2023-12-01. PMID:38026980. to pursue this idea, we examined the effects of lc ghsr stimulation and blockade on food intake, operant responding for a palatable food reward and, anxiety-like behavior in the open field (of) and acoustic startle response (asr) tests in male and female rats. 2023-12-01 2023-12-10 rat
Kyoungjune Pak, Lauri Nummenma. Brain dopamine receptor system is not altered in obesity: Bayesian and frequentist meta-analyses. Human brain mapping. 2023-11-11. PMID:37950852. feeding induces dopamine release in the striatum, and a dysfunction of the dopaminergic reward system can lead to overeating, and obesity. 2023-11-11 2023-11-20 human
Christine M Simmons, Shawn C Moseley, Jordan D Ogg, Xinyu Zhou, Madeline Johnson, Wei Wu, Benjamin J Clark, Aaron A Wilbe. A thalamo-parietal cortex circuit is critical for place-action coordination. Hippocampus. 2023-10-09. PMID:37811797. after exiting a pseudorandomly selected arm, the rat had to displace the correct object covering one of two (left versus right) feeding stations to receive a reward. 2023-10-09 2023-10-15 rat
Graydon B Gereau, María L Torruella-Suárez, Sarah E Sizer, Diana Zhou, Luke A Wykoff, Kristen M Boyt, Ali Alvarez-Pamir, Zoé A McElligot. GABA Release From Central Amygdala Neurotensin Neurons Differentially Modulates Reward and Consummatory Behavior in Male and Female Mice. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-09-25. PMID:37745547. this manipulation did not impact avoidance behavioral assays, except in a fasted novelty-suppressed feeding test, in which vgat shrna mice of both sexes demonstrated increased latency to feed on a familiar high-value food reward. 2023-09-25 2023-10-07 mouse
Julian B Wilson, Ma'ayan Epstein, Briana Lopez, Amira K Brown, Kabirullah Lutfy, Theodore C Friedma. The role of Neurochemicals, Stress Hormones and Immune System in the Positive Feedback Loops between Diabetes, Obesity and Depression. Frontiers in endocrinology. vol 14. 2023-09-04. PMID:37664841. analogous to other addictive behaviors, neurochemical changes in those with depression and/or t2dm are thought to cause individuals to increase their food intake to obtain the same reward leading to binge eating, weight gain and obesity. 2023-09-04 2023-09-07 Not clear
Ruijie Jin, Shanbin Sun, Yang Hu, Hongfei Zhang, Xiangrong Su. Correction to: Neuropeptides Modulate Feeding via the Dopamine Reward Pathway. Neurochemical research. 2023-06-24. PMID:37354363. correction to: neuropeptides modulate feeding via the dopamine reward pathway. 2023-06-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ruijie Jin, Shanbin Sun, Yang Hu, Hongfei Zhang, Xiangrong Su. Neuropeptides Modulate Feeding via the Dopamine Reward Pathway. Neurochemical research. 2023-05-26. PMID:37233918. neuropeptides modulate feeding via the dopamine reward pathway. 2023-05-26 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ruijie Jin, Shanbin Sun, Yang Hu, Hongfei Zhang, Xiangrong Su. Neuropeptides Modulate Feeding via the Dopamine Reward Pathway. Neurochemical research. 2023-05-26. PMID:37233918. according to recent literature, neuropeptides released from the hypothalamus and other brain regions regulate reward feeding predominantly through dopaminergic neurons projecting from the vta to the nac. 2023-05-26 2023-08-14 Not clear
Jo Bossuyt, Yana Van Den Herrewegen, Liam Nestor, An Buckinx, Dimitri De Bundel, Ilse Smolder. Chemogenetic modulation of astrocytes and microglia: State-of-the-art and implications in neuroscience. Glia. 2023-05-24. PMID:37222453. as a result, significant advances in astrocyte and microglial cell function have been made, showing how glial cells can intervene in central nervous system (cns) functions such as cognition, reward and feeding behavior in addition to their established contribution in brain diseases, pain, and cns inflammation. 2023-05-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Anna I Dunigan, Aaron G Roseberr. Actions of feeding-related peptides on the mesolimbic dopamine system in regulation of natural and drug rewards. Addiction neuroscience. vol 2. 2023-05-23. PMID:37220637. in this review, we summarize the effects of a selected set of feeding-related peptides and hormones acting within the ventral tegmental area and nucleus accumbens to alter feeding, as well as food, drug, and social reward. 2023-05-23 2023-08-14 Not clear
Taityana J Lopez, Marc A Barcelos, Yada Treesukoso. The administration of Exendin-4 and CCK affects food intake differentially in female and male rats tested on an alternate day fasting paradigm. Neuroscience letters. 2023-04-28. PMID:37116572. it appears that cck decreases food intake primarily through satiety signals whereas glp-1 signaling may reduce intake by satiety and reward cues. 2023-04-28 2023-08-14 rat
Qiwen Wu, Jingmei Chen, Tingyu Hua, Jinyan Ca. Alpha-melanocyte-stimulating hormone-mediated appetite regulation in the central nervous system. Neuroendocrinology. 2023-04-24. PMID:37094550. furthermore, it can increase the transmission of some anorexigenic hormones (e.g., dopamine) and interact with other orexigenic factors (e.g., agouti-related protein, neuropeptide y) to influence food reward rather than merely feeding behavior. 2023-04-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Laura Aponte Becerra, Anna Gavrieli, Faizan Khan, Peter Novak, Vasileios Lioutas, Long H Ngo, Vera Novak, Christos S Mantzoro. Daily intranasal insulin at 40IU does not affect food intake and body composition: A placebo-controlled trial in older adults over a 24-week period with 24-weeks of follow-up. Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland). vol 42. issue 6. 2023-04-21. PMID:37084469. centrally administered insulin stimulates the reward system to reduce appetite in response to food intake in animal studies. 2023-04-21 2023-08-14 human
Jörgen A Engel, Erik Pålsson, Daniel Vallöf, Elisabet Jerlha. Ghrelin activates the mesolimbic dopamine system via nitric oxide associated mechanisms in the ventral tegmental area. Nitric oxide : biology and chemistry. 2022-12-13. PMID:36513266. besides enhanced feeding, the orexigenic peptide ghrelin activates the mesolimbic dopamine system to cause reward as measured by locomotor stimulation, dopamine release in nucleus accumbens shell (nacs), and conditioned place preference. 2022-12-13 2023-08-14 Not clear
Sabrina J P Huwart, Alice de Wouters d'Oplinter, Marialetizia Rastelli, Matthias Van Hul, Willem M de Vos, Serge Luquet, Patrice D Cani, Amandine Everar. Food Reward Alterations during Obesity Are Associated with Inflammation in the Striatum in Mice: Beneficial Effects of Cells. vol 11. issue 16. 2022-08-26. PMID:36010611. food reward alterations during obesity are associated with inflammation in the striatum in mice: beneficial effects of the reward system involved in hedonic food intake presents neuronal and behavioral dysregulations during obesity. 2022-08-26 2023-08-14 mouse
Qijun Tang, Dina R Assali, Ali D Güler, Andrew D Steel. Dopamine systems and biological rhythms: Let's get a move on. Frontiers in integrative neuroscience. vol 16. 2022-08-15. PMID:35965599. here we review our current understanding of dopamine signaling in relation to biological rhythms and suggest future experiments that are aimed at teasing apart the roles of dopamine subpopulations and dopamine receptor expressing neurons in causally mediating biological rhythms, particularly in relation to feeding, reward, and activity. 2022-08-15 2023-08-14 Not clear
Alain Couvineau, Pascal Nicole, Valérie Gratio, Thierry Voisi. The Orexin receptors: Structural and anti-tumoral properties. Frontiers in endocrinology. vol 13. 2022-08-15. PMID:35966051. the orexins/ox receptors system play an important role in the central and peripheral nervous system where it controls wakefulness, addiction, reward seeking, stress, motivation, memory, energy homeostasis, food intake, blood pressure, hormone secretions, reproduction, gut motility and lipolysis. 2022-08-15 2023-08-14 Not clear