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For mice, knowing when it is time to feed is dependent on the neurotransmitter dopamine and the D1R receptor of neurons in the dorsal striatum.
Christian M Gallardo, Martin Darvas, Mia Oviatt, Chris H Chang, Mateusz Michalik, Timothy F Huddy, Emily E Meyer, Scott A Shuster, Antonio Aguayo, Elizabeth M Hill, Karun Kiani, Jonathan Ikpeazu, Johan S Martinez, Mari Purpura, Andrea N Smit, Danica F Patton, Ralph E Mistlberger, Richard D Palmiter, Andrew D Steele
10.7554/eLife.03781
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The gut-released peptide oxyntomodulin mediates the alignment of liver clock gene and metabolic transcript rhythms with the timing of food intake by postprandial induction of hepatic Per gene expression.
Dominic Landgraf, Anthony H Tsang, Alexei Leliavski, Christiane E Koch, Johanna L Barclay, Daniel J Drucker, Henrik Oster
10.7554/eLife.06253
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Mapping microbial landscapes in indoor environments can predict how contaminants and spoilage resistance genes propagate within food-production environments, yielding novel insight for controlling spoilage.
Nicholas A Bokulich, Jordyn Bergsveinson, Barry Ziola, David A Mills
10.7554/eLife.04634

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