Selfish Brain

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Selfish Brain Theory - Work On The "Selfish Brain" Theory - Experimental Proof─ The Theory’s Scope of Validity
... In the first DFG funding period from 2004 to 2007 researchers from the Clinical Research Group “Selfish Brain brain glucose and metabolic syndrome" expanded the scope of ... key results regarding the axioms of the theory The brain maintains its own glucose content "selfishly" The brain is always supplied with a greater energy share than the body in ... Recently this axiom of the selfish brain theory was supported by work at the University of Luebeck involving state-of-the-art magnetic resonance ...
Selfish Brain Theory - Work On The "Selfish Brain" Theory - The Founding of The "Selfish Brain" Research Group
... in other specialties to develop his "Selfish Brain" theory further ... Amongst them was the Swiss brain metabolism specialist Luc Pellerin, the renowned obesity expert Denis G ... In 2004 the interdisciplinary research group "Selfish Brain brain glucose and metabolic syndrome" supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG ...

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