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    1. Davis, JD; Smith, GP; Singh, B; McCann, DL
      The impact of sucrose-derived unconditioned and conditioned negative feedback on the microstructure of ingestive behavior

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    2. Jackson, KG; Robertson, MD; Fielding, BA; Frayn, KN; Williams, CM
      Second meal effect: modified sham feeding does not provoke the release of stored triacylglycerol from a previous high-fat meal

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    3. Robertson, MD; Jackson, KG; Williams, CM; Fielding, BA; Frayn, KN
      Prolonged effects of modified sham feeding on energy substrate mobilization

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    4. Moran, TH
      Cholecystokinin and satiety: Current perspectives

      NUTRITION
    5. Smith, GP
      Pavlov and integrative physiology

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Covasa, M; Ritter, RC; Burns, GA
      Reduction of food intake by intestinal macronutrient infusion is not reversed by NMDA receptor blockade

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Yu, WZ; Silva, RM; Sclafani, A; Delamater, AR; Bodnar, RJ
      Role of D-1 and D-2 dopamine receptors in the acquisition and expression of flavor-preference conditioning in sham-feeding rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    8. Yu, WZ; Silva, RM; Sclafani, A; Delamater, AR; Bodnar, RJ
      Pharmacology of flavor preference conditioning in sham-feeding rats: Effects of dopamine receptor antagonists

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    9. Wojdemann, M; Sternby, B; Larsen, S; Olsen, O
      Cephalic phase of lipolysis is impaired in pancreatic insufficiency: Role of gastric lipase

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    10. Davis, JD; Smith, GP; Singh, B; McCann, DP
      The impact of milk-derived unconditioned and conditioned negative feedbackon the microstructure of ingestive behavior

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    11. Matzinger, D; Degen, L; Drewe, J; Meuli, J; Duebendorfer, R; Ruckstuhl, N; D'Amato, M; Rovati, L; Beglinger, C
      The role of long chain fatty acids in regulating food intake and cholecystokinin release in humans

      GUT
    12. French, SJ; Conlon, CA; Mutuma, ST; Arnold, M; Read, NW; Meijer, G; Francis, J
      The effects of intestinal infusion of long-chain fatty acids on food intake in humans

      GASTROENTEROLOGY
    13. Mearadji, B; Straathof, JWA; Naaykens, C; Frolich, M; Lamers, CBHW; Masclee, AAM
      Effect of modified sham feeding and insulin-induced hypoglycemia on function of the proximal stomach

      DIGESTION
    14. Davis, JD
      Some new developments in the understanding of oropharyngeal and postingestional controls of meal size

      NUTRITION
    15. Ritter, RC; Covasa, M; Matson, CA
      Cholecystokinin: proofs and prospects for involvement in control of food intake and body weight

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    16. Yu, WZ; Sclafani, A; Delamater, AR; Bodnar, RJ
      Pharmacology of flavor preference conditioning in sham-feeding rats: Effects of naltrexone

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    17. Penning, C; Gielkens, HAJ; Delemarre, JBVM; Lamers, CBHW; Masclee, AAM
      Gall bladder emptying in severe idiopathic constipation

      GUT
    18. Lam, WF; Lindeboom, ME; Lamers, CBHW; Masclee, AAM
      Hyperglycemia reduces pancreaticobiliary secretion in response to modifiedsham feeding in humans

      DIGESTION
    19. PHIFER CB; BERTHOUD HR
      DUODENAL NUTRIENT INFUSIONS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECT SHAM-FEEDING AND FOS EXPRESSION IN RAT-BRAIN STEM

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    20. Davis, JD
      A model for the control of ingestion - 20 years later

      PROGRESS IN PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY, VOL 17
    21. WETTERGREN A; PRIDAL L; WOJDEMANN M; HOLST JJ
      AMIDATED AND NON-AMIDATED GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1 (GLP-1) - NONPANCREATIC EFFECTS (CEPHALIC PHASE ACID-SECRETION) AND STABILITY IN PLASMA IN HUMANS

      Regulatory peptides
    22. FOSTER LA; BOESHORE K; NORGREN R
      INTESTINAL FAT-SUPPRESSED INTAKE OF FAT LONGER THAN INTESTINAL SUCROSE

      Physiology & behavior
    23. POSTHUMA WFM; LEDEBOER M; MASCLEE AAM; DIJKMANS BAC; WESTENDORP RGJ; JEBBINK MCW; BREEDVELD FC; LAMERS CBHW
      DO PATIENTS WITH SYSTEMIC-SCLEROSIS HAVE ABNORMAL GALLBLADDER FUNCTION

      European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
    24. ACKROFF K; SCLAFANI A; AXEN KV
      DIABETIC RATS PREFER GLUCOSE-PAIRED FLAVORS OVER FRUCTOSE-PAIRED FLAVORS

      Appetite
    25. WOJDEMANN M; OLSEN O; NORREGAARD P; STERNBY B; REHFELD JF
      GASTRIC LIPASE SECRETION AFTER SHAM-FEEDING AND CHOLINERGIC BLOCKADE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    26. EDDES EH; MASCLEE AAM; GIELKENS HAJ; GOOSZEN HG; LAMERS CBHW
      GALLBLADDER MOTILITY AFTER DUODENUM-PRESERVING RESECTION OF THE HEAD OF THE PANCREAS

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    27. GEROZISSIS K; OROSCO M; ROUCH C; NICOLAIDIS S
      INSULIN RESPONSES TO A FAT MEAL IN HYPOTHALAMIC MICRODIALYSATES AND PLASMA

      Physiology & behavior
    28. BURGGRAF KK; WILLING AE; KOOPMANS HS
      THE EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE OR LIPID INFUSED INTRAVENOUSLY OR INTRAGASTRICALLY ON VOLUNTARY FOOD-INTAKE IN THE RAT

      Physiology & behavior
    29. MASCLEE AAM; GIELKENS HA; LIEVERSE RJ; PENNING C; SCHIPPER J; LAMERS CBHW
      GALLBLADDER MOTILITY IN RESPONSE TO SHAM-FEEDING AND CHOLECYSTOKININ IN LEAN AND OBESE SUBJECTS

      Digestion
    30. LUCAS F; SCLAFANI A
      CAPSAICIN ATTENUATES FEEDING SUPPRESSION BUT NOT REINFORCEMENT BY INTESTINAL NUTRIENTS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    31. HORN CC; TORDOFF MG; FRIEDMAN MI
      DOES INGESTED FAT PRODUCE SATIETY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    32. RIEPL RL; REICHARDT B; AUERNHAMMER CJ; BEIER G; SCHOPOHL J; STALLA G; LEHNERT P
      SUPPRESSION OF VAGUS-MEDIATED PANCREATIC-POLYPEPTIDE RELEASE BY THE MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR AGONIST LOPERAMIDE IN MAN

      British journal of clinical pharmacology
    33. SAKATA Y; FUJIMOTO K; OGATA SI; KOYAMA T; FUKAGAWA K; SAKAI T; TSO P
      POSTABSORPTIVE FACTORS ARE IMPORTANT FOR SATIATION IN RATS AFTER A LIPID MEAL

      American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology
    34. CHEN JDZ; PAN J; ORR WC
      ROLE OF SHAM-FEEDING IN POSTPRANDIAL CHANGES OF GASTRIC MYOELECTRICALACTIVITY

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    35. WARWICK ZS
      PROBING THE CAUSES OF HIGH-FAT DIET HYPERPHAGIA - A MECHANISTIC AND BEHAVIORAL DISSECTION

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    36. GREENBERG D; SMITH GP
      THE CONTROLS OF FAT INTAKE

      Psychosomatic medicine
    37. RAMIREZ I
      IS FRUCTOSE SWEETER THAN GLUCOSE FOR RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    38. WARWICK ZS; WEINGARTEN HP
      FLAVOR-POSTINGESTIVE CONSEQUENCE ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATE THE BEHAVIORALLY OPPOSING EFFECTS OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT AND ANTICIPATED SATIETY - IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERPRETING 2-BOTTLE TESTS

      Physiology & behavior
    39. BURTONFREEMAN B; SCHNEEMAN BO
      LIPID INFUSED INTO THE DUODENUM OF RATS AT VARIED RATES INFLUENCES FOOD-INTAKE AND BODY-WEIGHT GAIN

      The Journal of nutrition
    40. LEVENTHAL L; BODNAR RJ
      DIFFERENT CENTRAL OPIOID RECEPTOR SUBTYPE ANTAGONISTS MODIFY MALTOSE DEXTRIN AND DEPRIVATION-INDUCED WATER-INTAKE IN SHAM-FEEDING AND SHAM DRINKING RATS

      Brain research
    41. POUDEROUX P; VEYRAC M; MICHEL H
      SHAM-FEEDING DISRUPTS PHASE-III OF THE DUODENAL MIGRATING MOTOR COMPLEX IN HUMANS

      Neurogastroenterology and motility
    42. GREENBERG D; KAVA RA; LEWIS DR; GREENWOOD MRC; SMITH GP
      TIME-COURSE FOR ENTRY OF INTESTINALLY INFUSED LIPIDS INTO BLOOD OF RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    43. WARWICK ZS; WEINGARTEN HP
      DETERMINANTS OF HIGH-FAT DIET HYPERPHAGIA - EXPERIMENTAL DISSECTION OF OROSENSORY AND POSTINGESTIVE EFFECTS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    44. BILSKI J; KONTUREK JW; KONTUREK SJ; DOMSCHKE W
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF ENDOGENOUS NITRIC-OXIDE IN VAGAL-CHOLINERGIC STIMULATION OF EXOCRINE AND ENDOCRINE PANCREAS IN DOGS

      International journal of pancreatology
    45. POWER JM; MORGAN DJ; MCLEAN AJ
      EFFECTS OF SENSORY (TEASING) EXPOSURE TO FOOD ON ORAL PROPRANOLOL BIOAVAILABILITY

      Biopharmaceutics & drug disposition
    46. DAVIS JD; KUNG TM; ROSENAK R
      INTERACTION BETWEEN OROSENSORY AND POSTINGESTIONAL STIMULATION IN THECONTROL OF CORN-OIL INTAKE BY RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    47. GEARY N; TRACE D; SMITH GP
      ESTRADIOL INTERACTS WITH GASTRIC OR POSTGASTRIC FOOD STIMULI TO DECREASE SUCROSE INGESTION IN OVARIECTOMIZED RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    48. LEVENTHAL L; KIRKHAM TC; COLE JL; BODNAR RJ
      SELECTIVE ACTIONS OF CENTRAL MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID ANTAGONISTS UPON SUCROSE INTAKE IN SHAM-FED RATS

      Brain research
    49. LEE MC; LAWSON DC; PAPPAS TN
      NEUROPEPTIDE-Y FUNCTIONS AS A PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATOR OF CEPHALIC PHASE ACID-SECRETION

      Regulatory peptides
    50. WETTERGREN A; PETERSEN H; ORSKOV C; CHRISTIANSEN J; SHEIKH SP; HOLST JJ
      GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1 7-36-AMIDE AND PEPTIDE-YY FROM THE L-CELL OF THE ILEAL-MUCOSA ARE POTENT INHIBITORS OF VAGALLY INDUCED GASTRIC-ACIDSECRETION IN MAN

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    51. VANDERWEELE DA
      INSULIN IS A PRANDIAL SATIETY HORMONE

      Physiology & behavior
    52. LIEVERSE RJ; JANSEN JBMJ; MASCLEE AAM; ROVATI LC; LAMERS CBHW
      EFFECT OF A LOW-DOSE OF INTRADUODENAL FAT ON SATIETY IN HUMANS - STUDIES USING THE TYPE-A CHOLECYSTOKININ RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST LOXIGLUMIDE

      Gut
    53. PATERNICO A; STANGHELLINI V; DEGIORGIO R; SANTAGUIDA P; CAPELLI M; ZANNARINI L; LABATE AMM; CORINALDESI R; BARBARA L
      EFFECTS OF ACUTE COLD PRESSOR TEST ON VAGALLY STIMULATED GASTRIC-ACIDSECRETION AND CIRCULATING LEVELS OF HUMAN PANCREATIC-POLYPEPTIDE AND GASTRIN

      Digestion
    54. PARYS V; VARANNES SBD; ROPERT A; ROZE C; GALMICHE JP
      USE OF AN ELECTRONIC BAROSTAT FOR MEASUREMENT OF PROXIMAL GASTRIC MOTOR RESPONSE TO FEEDING AND TO VARIOUS NERVOUS STIMULI IN HUMANS

      Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique
    55. WITTEMAN BJM; JEBBINK MCW; HOPMAN WPM; MASCLEE AAM; LAMERS CBHW; JANSEN JBMJ
      GALLBLADDER RESPONSES TO MODIFIED SHAM-FEEDING - EFFECTS OF THE COMPOSITION OF A MEAL

      Journal of hepatology
    56. HIRSCHOWITZ BI; GROARKE J
      VAGAL EFFECTS ON ACID AND PEPSIN-SECRETION AND SERUM GASTRIN IN DUODENAL-ULCER AND CONTROLS

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    57. LINDELL G; FARNEBO LO; CHEN D; NEXO E; MADSEN JR; BUKHAVE K; GRAFFNER H
      ACUTE EFFECTS OF SMOKING DURING MODIFIED SHAM-FEEDING IN DUODENAL-ULCER PATIENTS - AN ANALYSIS OF NICOTINE, ACID-SECRETION, GASTRIN, CATECHOLAMINES, EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR, PROSTAGLANDIN-E2, AND BILE-ACIDS

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    58. DUONG A; WEINGARTEN HP
      DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS ACT ON CENTRAL, BUT NOT PERIPHERAL, RECEPTORS TOINHIBIT SHAM AND REAL FEEDING

      Physiology & behavior
    59. LAWSON DC; SCHIFFMAN SS; PAPPAS TN
      SHORT-TERM ORAL SENSORY DEPRIVATION - POSSIBLE CAUSE OF BINGE EATING IN SHAM-FEEDING DOGS

      Physiology & behavior
    60. LAM WF; MASCLEE AAM; DEBOER SY; LAMERS CBHW
      HYPERGLYCEMIA REDUCES GASTRIC SECRETORY AND PLASMA PANCREATIC-POLYPEPTIDE RESPONSES TO MODIFIED SHAM FEEDING IN HUMANS

      Digestion
    61. LESAUTER J; GEARY N
      PANCREATIC GLUCAGON - A PHYSIOLOGICAL SIG NAL FOR POSTPRANDIAL SATIETY

      Annales d'Endocrinologie
    62. MCHUGH K; CASTONGUAY TW; COLLINS SM; WEINGARTEN HP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPPRESSION OF FOOD-INTAKE FOLLOWING ACUTE COLON INFLAMMATION IN THE RAT

      The American journal of physiology
    63. CHENG CA; GEOGHEGAN JG; LAWSON DC; BERLANGIERI SU; AKWARI O; PAPPAS TN
      CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL EFFECTS OF CCK RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON SATIETYIN DOGS

      The American journal of physiology


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