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Type 1 dopamine receptor (D1R)-independent circadian food anticipatory activity in mice
Circadian rhythms are entrained by light and influenced by non-photic stimuli, such as feeding. The activity preceding scheduled mealtimes, food anticipatory activity (FAA), is elicited in rodents fed a limited amount at scheduled times. FAA is thought to be the output of an unidentified food entrained oscillator. Previous studies, using gene deletion and receptor pharmacology, implicated dopamine type receptor 1 (D1R) signaling in the dorsal striatum as necessary for FAA in mice. To furtherdoi:10.1101/2020.11.12.379545 fatcat:wrtgc7stsndmdmoiat5r3vgujq