Donald Novin

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Donald Novin"
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Morrow NS, Schall M, Grijalva CV, et al. (1997) Body temperature and wheel running predict survival times in rats exposed to activity-stress. Physiology & Behavior. 62: 815-25
Morrow NS, Novin D, Garrick T. (1994) Microinjection of thyrotropin-releasing hormone in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus stimulates gastric contractility. Brain Research. 644: 243-50
Morrow NS, Grijalva CV, Geiselman PJ, et al. (1993) Effects of amygdaloid lesions on gastric erosion formation during exposure to activity-stress. Physiology & Behavior. 53: 1043-8
Novin D. (1992) Metabolic correlates of normal and paradoxical feeding. Appetite. 19: 315
Novin D, O'Farrell L, Acevedo-Cruz A, et al. (1991) The metabolic bases for "paradoxical" and normal feeding. Brain Research Bulletin. 27: 435-8
Gunion MW, Grijalva CV, Taché Y, et al. (1991) Destruction of different fiber tracts underlies development of lateral hypothalamic lesion-induced hyperthermia and loss of bombesin-induced hypothermia. Brain Research. 560: 326-9
Grijalva CV, Novin D. (1990) The role of the hypothalamus and dorsal vagal complex in gastrointestinal function and pathophysiology. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 597: 207-22
Raybould HE, Jakobsen LJ, Novin D, et al. (1989) TRH stimulation and L-glutamic acid inhibition of proximal gastric motor activity in the rat dorsal vagal complex. Brain Research. 495: 319-28
Stephens RL, Ishikawa T, Weiner H, et al. (1988) TRH analogue, RX 77368, injected into dorsal vagal complex stimulates gastric secretion in rats. The American Journal of Physiology. 254: G639-43
Novin D, Robinson K, Culbreth LA, et al. (1985) Is there a role for the liver in the control of food intake? The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 42: 1050-62
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