Peripherally restricted oxytocin is sufficient to reduce food intake and motivation, while CNS entry is required for locomotor and taste avoidance effects

Mohammed Asker, Jean Philippe Krieger, Amber Liles, Ian C. Tinsley, Tito Borner, Ivana Maric, Sarah Doebley, C. Daniel Furst, Stina Börchers, Francesco Longo, Yashaswini R. Bhat, Bart C. De Jonghe, Matthew R. Hayes, Robert P. Doyle, Karolina P. Skibicka

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