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Glucokinase as a Glucose Sensor in Hypothalamus - Regulation by Orexigenic and Anorexigenic Peptides

By Carmen Sanz, Isabel Roncero, Elvira Alvarez, Verónica Hurtado and Enrique Blázquez

Submitted: November 10th 2010Reviewed: April 26th 2011Published: October 26th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/20826

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Carmen Sanz, Isabel Roncero, Elvira Alvarez, Verónica Hurtado and Enrique Blázquez (October 26th 2011). Glucokinase as a Glucose Sensor in Hypothalamus - Regulation by Orexigenic and Anorexigenic Peptides, Update on Mechanisms of Hormone Action - Focus on Metabolism, Growth and Reproduction, Gianluca Aimaretti with Paolo Marzullo and Flavia Prodam, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/20826. Available from:

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