Ghrelin hormone

«Ghrelin (pronounced /ˈɡrɛlɪn/), the "hunger hormone", also known as lenomorelin (INN), is a peptide hormone produced by ghrelinergic cell in the gastrointestinal tract[5][6] that functions as a neuropeptide in the central nervous system.[7] Besides regulating appetite, ghrelin also plays a significant role in regulating the distribution and rate of use of energy.[8]

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