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aminostatic mechanism of appetite control


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Control of appetite, hunger, and satiety by changes in circulating amino acids, especially tryptophan and the ratio of tryptophan to other large neutral amino acids that compete with tryptophan for uptake into the central nervous system and other tissues.

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