Title: Neural Reward, Energy Homeostasis, and Addiction-like Compulsive Eating  
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Course NEUR 0193: Great Controversies in Neurobiology (43)
    Page: Future for Epigenetics
    Page: Immunofluorescence
    Page: Final Projects
    Page: Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR)
    Page: New implications for dopamine receptors in obesity
    Page: Leptin
    Page: Figure No.3 Persistant reward dysfunction and hypophagia during abstinence in rats with extended access to cafeteria diet
    Page: Implications for the Future
    Page: Weight Gain is Associated with Reduced Striatal Response to Palatable Food
    Page: Pair Feeding
    Page: Conclusions and Critique
    Page: In Situ Hybridization
    Page: Indirect Calorimetry
    Page: Figure 5
    Page: Western Blots
    Page: Dopamine D2 receptors in addiction-like reward dysfunction and compulsive eating in obese rats
    Page: Figure 2
    Page: Genetically Obese Mice
    Page: Figure No.5 Lentivirus-mediated knockdown of striatal D2R expression
    Page: Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay
    Page: Figure No.4 Weight gain is inversely related to striatal D2R levels
    Page: How can drug addiction help us understand obesity?
    Page: Enhanced Hypothalamic Leptin Signaling in Mice Lacking Dopamine D2 Receptors
    Page: Article Synthesis
    Page: Figure 1
    Page: Eating for pleasure or calories
    Page: Conclusions regarding how D2Rs impact addiction-like compulsive eating
    Page: Dopaminergic Pathways and Reward
    Page: Current Research Based on Dopamine Reward Circuitry
    Page: Figure 3
    Page: Figure 4
    Page: Dopamine-Deficient Mice Are Severely Hypoactive, Adipsic, and Aphagic
    Page: Evaluation of Food Intake and Body Composition
    Page: Figure No.6 Knockdown of striatal D2R increases vulnerability to reward dysfunction in rats with extended access to a cafeteria diet
    Page: Intracerebroventricular (i.c.v.) Cannulation
    Page: Deficits of Mesolimic Dopamine Neurotransmission in Rat Dietary Obesity
    Page: Historical Background
    Page: Dopamine transporter and D2 receptor binding densities in mice prone or resistant to chronic high fat diet-induced obesity
    Page: Epigenetics and Obesity
    Page: Leptin Regulates Striatal Regions and Human Eating Behavior
    Page: Figure No.7 Compulsive-like responding for palatable food
    Page: Figure No.1 Weight gain and reward dysfunction in rats with extended access to a cafeteria diet
    Page: Figure No.2 Patterns of consumption in rats with extended access to a cafeteria diet
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