Vitamin B12 conjugation of peptide-YY3-36 decreases food intake compared to native peptide-YY3-36 upon subcutaneous administration in male rats

Kelly E. Henry, Clinton T. Elfers, Rachael M. Burke, Oleg G. Chepurny, George G. Holz, James E. Blevins, Christian L. Roth, Robert P. Doyle

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