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Decreased 5-HT2cR and GHSR1a dimerization by olanzapine contributes to increased hypothalamic NPY and obesity side-effects

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Abstract


UOW Authors


  •   Yu, Yinghua
  •   Chen, Xiaoqi (external author)
  •   Jin, Tiantian (external author)
  •   Green, Katrina
  •   Song, Xueqin (external author)
  •   Zheng, Kuiyang (external author)
  •   Huang, Xu-Feng

Publication Date


  • 2017

Citation


  • Yu, Y., Chen, X., Jin, T., Weston-Green, K., Song, X., Zheng, K. & Huang, X. (2017). Decreased 5-HT2cR and GHSR1a dimerization by olanzapine contributes to increased hypothalamic NPY and obesity side-effects. 7th Annual Scientific Meeting Abstract Book (pp. 77-77). Biological Psychiatry Australia.

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Abstract


UOW Authors


  •   Yu, Yinghua
  •   Chen, Xiaoqi (external author)
  •   Jin, Tiantian (external author)
  •   Green, Katrina
  •   Song, Xueqin (external author)
  •   Zheng, Kuiyang (external author)
  •   Huang, Xu-Feng

Publication Date


  • 2017

Citation


  • Yu, Y., Chen, X., Jin, T., Weston-Green, K., Song, X., Zheng, K. & Huang, X. (2017). Decreased 5-HT2cR and GHSR1a dimerization by olanzapine contributes to increased hypothalamic NPY and obesity side-effects. 7th Annual Scientific Meeting Abstract Book (pp. 77-77). Biological Psychiatry Australia.

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