Catherine Kotz
Catherine Kotz
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The biological control of voluntary exercise, spontaneous physical activity and daily energy expenditure in relation to obesity: human and rodent perspectives
T Garland, H Schutz, MA Chappell, BK Keeney, TH Meek, LE Copes, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (2), 206-229, 2011
3852011
Feeding response to central orexins
DC Sweet, AS Levine, CJ Billington, CM Kotz
Brain research 821 (2), 535-538, 1999
3561999
The lighter side of BDNF
EE Noble, CJ Billington, CM Kotz, CF Wang
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2011
2602011
Sugars and fats: the neurobiology of preference
AS Levine, CM Kotz, BA Gosnell
The Journal of Nutrition 133 (3), 831S-834S, 2003
2162003
Sugars: hedonic aspects, neuroregulation, and energy balance
AS Levine, CM Kotz, BA Gosnell
The American journal of clinical nutrition 78 (4), 834S-842S, 2003
2052003
Orexin A in the nucleus accumbens stimulates feeding and locomotor activity
AJ Thorpe, CM Kotz
Brain research 1050 (1-2), 156-162, 2005
1742005
Feeding and activity induced by orexin A in the lateral hypothalamus in rats
CM Kotz, JA Teske, JA Levine, CF Wang
Regulatory peptides 104 (1-3), 27-32, 2002
1572002
Neural basis of orexigenic effects of ghrelin acting within lateral hypothalamus
PK Olszewski, D Li, MK Grace, CJ Billington, CM Kotz, AS Levine
Peptides 24 (4), 597-602, 2003
1552003
Orexin A (hypocretin 1) injected into hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus and spontaneous physical activity in rats
K Kiwaki, CM Kotz, C Wang, L Lanningham-Foster, JA Levine
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 286 (4), E551-E559, 2004
1502004
Central orexin sensitivity, physical activity, and obesity in diet-induced obese and diet-resistant rats
CM Novak, CM Kotz, JA Levine
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 290 (2), E396-E403, 2006
1212006
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor in the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus reduces energy intake
CF Wang, E Bomberg, A Levine, C Billington, CM Kotz
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2007
1132007
Elevated hypothalamic orexin signaling, sensitivity to orexin A, and spontaneous physical activity in obesity-resistant rats
JA Teske, AS Levine, M Kuskowski, JA Levine, CM Kotz
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2006
1112006
NEAT–non‐exercise activity thermogenesis–egocentric & geocentric environmental factors vs. biological regulation
JA Levine, CM Kotz
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 184 (4), 309-318, 2005
1092005
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus increases energy expenditure by elevating metabolic rate
CF Wang, E Bomberg, C Billington, A Levine, CM Kotz
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2007
1072007
Rat hypothalamic NPY mRNA and brown fat uncoupling protein mRNA after high-carbohydrate or high-fat diets
SQ Giraudo, CM Kotz, MK Grace, AS Levine, CJ Billington
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1994
1071994
Caloric restriction and physical activity in zebrafish (Danio rerio)
CM Novak, X Jiang, C Wang, JA Teske, CM Kotz, JA Levine
Neuroscience letters 383 (1-2), 99-104, 2005
1052005
Orexin A mediation of time spent moving in rats: neural mechanisms
CM Kotz, C Wang, JA Teske, AJ Thorpe, CM Novak, K Kiwaki, JA Levine
Neuroscience 142 (1), 29-36, 2006
1022006
Integration of feeding and spontaneous physical activity: role for orexin
CM Kotz
Physiology & behavior 88 (3), 294-301, 2006
1022006
Centrally administered orexin A increases motivation for sweet pellets in rats
AJ Thorpe, JP Cleary, AS Levine, CM Kotz
Psychopharmacology 182 (1), 75-83, 2005
1022005
Effect of CART in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus on feeding and uncoupling protein gene expression
CF Wang, CJ Billington, AS Levine, CM Kotz
Neuroreport 11 (14), 3251-3255, 2000
1022000
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