enterostatin


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en·ter·o·stat·in

 (ĕn′tə-rō-stăt′n)
n.
A protein that is produced by the pancreas after food is ingested and that inhibits insulin secretion and regulates fat intake.

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Erlanson-Albertsson, "Enterostatin and its target mechanisms during regulation of fat intake," Physiology and Behavior, vol.
Other investigational drugs include ghrelin antagonists, alpha-MSH analogs, enterostatin, neuropeptide YY antagonists, beta-3-adrenergic antagonists, and numerous herbal products including Hoodia gordonii, which is an extract from an African cactus.
ANALYSIS OF ENTEROSTATIN IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID AND RAT BRAIN BY HPLC-MS/MS
Olibra appears to activate two peptides, CCK and enterostatin, more strongly and for a longer time than other fats do, says David Horrobin, chief executive officer of Scotia.