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Data published in July 7, 2009 Issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences QUEBEC CITY, July 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - AEterna Zentaris Inc.
Elixir Pharmaceuticals, Inc., today announced that results from in-vivo preclinical studies with the Company's ghrelin agonist, EX-1314, were presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society. EX-1314 is expected to enter human clinical testing this year.
A gut hormone that causes people to eat more does so by making food appear more desirable, suggests a new report in the May issue of Cell Metabolism, a publication of Cell Press. In a brain imaging study of individuals, the researchers found that reward centers respond more strongly to pictures of food in subjects who had received an infusion of the hormone known as ghrelin.
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