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|Title:||Appetite-Enhancing Effects: The Influence of Concentrations of Benzylacetone and trans-Cinnamaldehyde and Their Inhalation Time, as Well as the Effect of Aroma, on Body Weight in Mice|
|Author's alias:||小川, 鶴洋|
|Journal title:||Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin|
|Abstract:||Benzylacetone has appetite-enhancing and locomotor-reducing effects. The effective doses for these two outcomes overlap, and the weight gain of mice exposed to benzylacetone is caused by both appetite-enhancement and a reduction in locomotor activity. The appetite-enhancing effects of trans-cinnamaldehyde and benzylacetone have been reported previously. In this study, these appetite-enhancing effects were seen in mice after short-term, high-dose exposure.|
|Rights:||© 2016 The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan 許諾条件に基づいて掲載しています。|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal Articles|
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