Leptin And The Brain

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There's new evidence that leptin, the hormone that helps regulate body weight, does so in part by changing the brain's wiring.


Jeffrey Friedman
*Marilyn M. Simpson professor
*Head, Laboratory of Molecular Genetics
*Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The Rockefeller University in New York



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