Pregnancy, but not dietary octanoic acid supplementation, stimulates the ghrelin-pituitary growth hormone axis in mice

Harleen Kaur, Beverly S. Muhlhausler, Pamela Su Lin Sim, Amanda J. Page, Hui Li, Maria Nunez-Salces, Georgia S. Clarke, Lili Huang, Rebecca L. Wilson, Johannes D. Veldhuis, Chen Chen, Claire T. Roberts, Kathryn L. Gatford

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