Ghrelin

T. D. Müller, R. Nogueiras, M. L. Andermann, Z. B. Andrews, S. D. Anker, J. Argente, R. L. Batterham, S. C. Benoit, C. Y. Bowers, F. Broglio, F. F. Casanueva, D. D'Alessio, I. Depoortere, A. Geliebter, E. Ghigo, P. A. Cole, M. Cowley, D. E. Cummings, A. Dagher, S. DianoS. L. Dickson, C. Diéguez, R. Granata, H. J. Grill, Kevin Grove, K. M. Habegger, K. Heppner, M. L. Heiman, L. Holsen, B. Holst, A. Inui, J. O. Jansson, H. Kirchner, M. Korbonits, B. Laferrère, C. W. LeRoux, M. Lopez, S. Morin, M. Nakazato, R. Nass, D. Perez-Tilve, P. T. Pfluger, T. W. Schwartz, R. J. Seeley, M. Sleeman, Y. Sun, L. Sussel, J. Tong, M. O. Thorner, A. J. van der Lely, L. H T van der Ploeg, J. M. Zigman, M. Kojima, K. Kangawa, R. G. Smith, T. Horvath, M. H. Tschöp

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    Abstract

    The gastrointestinal peptide hormone ghrelin was discovered in 1999 as the endogenous ligand of the growth hormone secretagogue receptor. Increasing evidence supports more complicated and nuanced roles for the hormone, which go beyond the regulation of systemic energy metabolism. Scope of review: In this review, we discuss the diverse biological functions of ghrelin, the regulation of its secretion, and address questions that still remain 15 years after its discovery. Major conclusions: In recent years, ghrelin has been found to have a plethora of central and peripheral actions in distinct areas including learning and memory, gut motility and gastric acid secretion, sleep/wake rhythm, reward seeking behavior, taste sensation and glucose metabolism.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)437-460
    Number of pages24
    JournalMolecular Metabolism
    Volume4
    Issue number6
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Jun 1 2015

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    Ghrelin
    Ghrelin Receptor
    Gastrointestinal Hormones
    Peptide Hormones
    Gastric Acid
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    Energy Metabolism
    Sleep
    Learning
    Hormones
    Ligands
    Glucose

    Keywords

    • Ghrelin
    • Growth hormone segretagogue receptor

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    • Molecular Biology

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    Müller, T. D., Nogueiras, R., Andermann, M. L., Andrews, Z. B., Anker, S. D., Argente, J., ... Tschöp, M. H. (2015). Ghrelin. Molecular Metabolism, 4(6), 437-460. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molmet.2015.03.005

    Ghrelin. / Müller, T. D.; Nogueiras, R.; Andermann, M. L.; Andrews, Z. B.; Anker, S. D.; Argente, J.; Batterham, R. L.; Benoit, S. C.; Bowers, C. Y.; Broglio, F.; Casanueva, F. F.; D'Alessio, D.; Depoortere, I.; Geliebter, A.; Ghigo, E.; Cole, P. A.; Cowley, M.; Cummings, D. E.; Dagher, A.; Diano, S.; Dickson, S. L.; Diéguez, C.; Granata, R.; Grill, H. J.; Grove, Kevin; Habegger, K. M.; Heppner, K.; Heiman, M. L.; Holsen, L.; Holst, B.; Inui, A.; Jansson, J. O.; Kirchner, H.; Korbonits, M.; Laferrère, B.; LeRoux, C. W.; Lopez, M.; Morin, S.; Nakazato, M.; Nass, R.; Perez-Tilve, D.; Pfluger, P. T.; Schwartz, T. W.; Seeley, R. J.; Sleeman, M.; Sun, Y.; Sussel, L.; Tong, J.; Thorner, M. O.; van der Lely, A. J.; van der Ploeg, L. H T; Zigman, J. M.; Kojima, M.; Kangawa, K.; Smith, R. G.; Horvath, T.; Tschöp, M. H.

    In: Molecular Metabolism, Vol. 4, No. 6, 01.06.2015, p. 437-460.

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    Müller, TD, Nogueiras, R, Andermann, ML, Andrews, ZB, Anker, SD, Argente, J, Batterham, RL, Benoit, SC, Bowers, CY, Broglio, F, Casanueva, FF, D'Alessio, D, Depoortere, I, Geliebter, A, Ghigo, E, Cole, PA, Cowley, M, Cummings, DE, Dagher, A, Diano, S, Dickson, SL, Diéguez, C, Granata, R, Grill, HJ, Grove, K, Habegger, KM, Heppner, K, Heiman, ML, Holsen, L, Holst, B, Inui, A, Jansson, JO, Kirchner, H, Korbonits, M, Laferrère, B, LeRoux, CW, Lopez, M, Morin, S, Nakazato, M, Nass, R, Perez-Tilve, D, Pfluger, PT, Schwartz, TW, Seeley, RJ, Sleeman, M, Sun, Y, Sussel, L, Tong, J, Thorner, MO, van der Lely, AJ, van der Ploeg, LHT, Zigman, JM, Kojima, M, Kangawa, K, Smith, RG, Horvath, T & Tschöp, MH 2015, 'Ghrelin', Molecular Metabolism, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 437-460. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molmet.2015.03.005
    Müller TD, Nogueiras R, Andermann ML, Andrews ZB, Anker SD, Argente J et al. Ghrelin. Molecular Metabolism. 2015 Jun 1;4(6):437-460. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molmet.2015.03.005
    Müller, T. D. ; Nogueiras, R. ; Andermann, M. L. ; Andrews, Z. B. ; Anker, S. D. ; Argente, J. ; Batterham, R. L. ; Benoit, S. C. ; Bowers, C. Y. ; Broglio, F. ; Casanueva, F. F. ; D'Alessio, D. ; Depoortere, I. ; Geliebter, A. ; Ghigo, E. ; Cole, P. A. ; Cowley, M. ; Cummings, D. E. ; Dagher, A. ; Diano, S. ; Dickson, S. L. ; Diéguez, C. ; Granata, R. ; Grill, H. J. ; Grove, Kevin ; Habegger, K. M. ; Heppner, K. ; Heiman, M. L. ; Holsen, L. ; Holst, B. ; Inui, A. ; Jansson, J. O. ; Kirchner, H. ; Korbonits, M. ; Laferrère, B. ; LeRoux, C. W. ; Lopez, M. ; Morin, S. ; Nakazato, M. ; Nass, R. ; Perez-Tilve, D. ; Pfluger, P. T. ; Schwartz, T. W. ; Seeley, R. J. ; Sleeman, M. ; Sun, Y. ; Sussel, L. ; Tong, J. ; Thorner, M. O. ; van der Lely, A. J. ; van der Ploeg, L. H T ; Zigman, J. M. ; Kojima, M. ; Kangawa, K. ; Smith, R. G. ; Horvath, T. ; Tschöp, M. H. / Ghrelin. In: Molecular Metabolism. 2015 ; Vol. 4, No. 6. pp. 437-460.
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