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Differential Roles of Each Orexin Receptor Signaling in Obesity.

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Summary of "Differential Roles of Each Orexin Receptor Signaling in Obesity."

Orexins are hypothalamic neuropeptides that regulate feeding, energy expenditure, and sleep. Although orexin-deficient mice are susceptible to obesity, little is known about the roles of the orexin receptors in long-term energy metabolism. Here, we performed the metabolic characterization of orexin receptor-deficient mice. Ox1r-deficient mice were resistant to diet-induced obesity, and their food intake was similar between chow and high-fat food. Ox2r-deficient mice exhibited less energy expenditure than wild-type mice when fed a high-fat diet. Neither Ox1r-deficient nor Ox2r-deficient mice showed body weight gain similar to orexin-deficient mice. Although the presence of a running wheel suppressed diet-induced obesity in wild-type mice, the effect was weaker in orexin neuron-ablated mice. Finally, we did not detect abnormalities in brown adipose tissues of orexin-deficient mice. Thus, each orexin receptor signaling has a unique role in energy metabolism, and orexin neurons are involved in the interactive effect of diet and exercise on body weight gain.

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Name: iScience
ISSN: 2589-0042
Pages: 1-13

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