Henry Koopmans, PhD

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University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
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Min DK, Tuor UI, Koopmans HS, et al. (2011) Changes in differential functional magnetic resonance signals in the rodent brain elicited by mixed-nutrient or protein-enriched meals. Gastroenterology. 141: 1832-41
Chambers AP, Koopmans HS, Pittman QJ, et al. (2006) AM 251 produces sustained reductions in food intake and body weight that are resistant to tolerance and conditioned taste aversion. British Journal of Pharmacology. 147: 109-16
Chambers AP, Sharkey KA, Koopmans HS. (2004) Cannabinoid (CB)1 receptor antagonist, AM 251, causes a sustained reduction of daily food intake in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 82: 863-9
Furness JB, Koopmans HS, Robbins HL, et al. (2001) Effects of vagal and splanchnic section on food intake, weight, serum leptin and hypothalamic neuropeptide Y in rat. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 92: 28-36
Furness JB, Koopmans HS, Robbins HL, et al. (2000) Identification of intestinofugal neurons projecting to the coeliac and superior mesenteric ganglia in the rat. Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical. 83: 81-5
van der Velde P, Koslowsky I, Koopmans HS. (1999) Measurement of gastric emptying during and between meal intake in free-feeding Lewis rats. The American Journal of Physiology. 276: R597-605
Van-der-Velde P, Koopmans HS. (1998) Regulation of gastric emptying in free-feeding Lewis rats Faseb Journal. 12: A735
Koopmans HS, McDonald TJ, DiGirolamo M. (1997) Morphological and metabolic changes associated with large differences in daily food intake in crossed-intestines rats. Physiology & Behavior. 62: 129-36
Burggraf KK, Willing AE, Koopmans HS. (1997) The effects of glucose or lipid infused intravenously or intragastrically on voluntary food intake in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 61: 787-93
Wang JF, Koopmans HS. (1995) Changed central and peripheral catecholamines and indoleamines in one-way crossed-intestine rats: relationship to changes in feeding behavior and metabolism. Brain Research Bulletin. 38: 411-6
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