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Brede, S.* et al.: Intranasal oxytocin fails to acutely improve glucose metabolism in obese men. Diabetes Obes. Metab. 21, 424-428 (2019)
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Kohl, S.H.* et al.: Real-time fMRI neurofeedback training to improve eating behavior by self-regulation of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: A randomized controlled trial in overweight and obese subjects. Neuroimage 191, 596-609 (2019)
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Santiago, J.C. ; Ngo, H.V.* ; Jickeli, C.* ; Peter, A. & Hallschmid, M.: Intensifying sleep slow oscillations does not improve metabolic control in healthy men. Psychoneuroendocrinology 99, 1-7 (2019)
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Santiago, J.C. & Hallschmid, M.: Outcomes and clinical implications of intranasal insulin administration to the central nervous system. Exp. Neurol. 317, 180-190 (2019)
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Wilms, B.* et al.: Timing modulates the effect of sleep loss on glucose homeostasis. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 104, 2801-2808 (2019)
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Drotleff, B.* ; Hallschmid, M. & Lämmerhofer, M.*: Quantification of steroid hormones in plasma using a surrogate calibrant approach and UHPLC-ESI-QTOF-MS/MS with SWATH-acquisition combined with untargeted profiling. Anal. Chim. Acta 1022, 70-80 (2018)
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Giel, K.E.* ; Zipfel, S.* & Hallschmid, M.: Oxytocin and eating disorders: A narrative review on emerging findings and perspectives. Curr. Neuropharmacol. 16, 1111-1121 (2018)
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Krug, R.* ; Mohwinkel, L.* ; Drotleff, B.* ; Born, J. & Hallschmid, M.: Insulin and estrogen independently and differentially reduce macronutrient intake in healthy men. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 103, 1393-1401 (2018)
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Ritze, Y.* et al.: Metabolic and cognitive outcomes of subchronic once-daily intranasal insulin administration in healthy men. Front. Endocrin. 9, accepted (2018)
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Santiago, J.C. ; Otto, M.* ; Kern, W.* ; Baier, P.C.* & Hallschmid, M.: Relationship between cerebrospinal fluid concentrations of orexin A/hypocretin-1 and body composition in humans. Peptides 102, 26-30 (2018)
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Schmid, V. et al.: Safety of intranasal human insulin: A review. Diabetes Obes. Metab. 20, 1563-1577 (2018)
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Spetter, M.S.* et al.: Oxytocin curbs calorie intake via food-specific increases in the activity of brain areas that process reward and establish cognitive control. Sci. Rep. 8:2736 (2018)
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Brede, S.* et al.: Visual food cues decrease postprandial glucose concentrations in lean and obese men without affecting food intake and related endocrine parameters. Appetite 117, 255-262 (2017)
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Klement, J.* et al.: Oxytocin improves beta-cell responsivity and glucose tolerance in healthy men. Diabetes 66, 264-271 (2017)
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Santiago, J.C. & Hallschmid, M.: Central nervous insulin administration before nocturnal sleep decreases breakfast intake in healthy young and elderly subjects. Front. Neurosci. 11:54 (2017)
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Spetter, M.S.* et al.: Volitional regulation of brain responses to food stimuli in overweight and obese subjects: A real-time fMRI feedback study. Appetite 112, 188-195 (2017)
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Spetter, M.S.* & Hallschmid, M.: Current findings on the role of oxytocin in the regulation of food intake. Physiol. Behav. 176, 31-39 (2017)
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Thienel, M. ; Wilhelm, I.* ; Benedict, C.* ; Born, J. & Hallschmid, M.: Intranasal insulin decreases circulating cortisol concentrations during early sleep in elderly humans. Neurobiol. Aging 54, 170-174 (2017)
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Feld, G.B.* et al.: Central nervous insulin signaling in sleep-associated memory formation and neuroendocrine regulation. Neuropsychopharmacology 41, 1540-1550 (2016)
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Feld, G.B.* & Hallschmid, M.: Silvia-King Award 2016: Central nervous insulin signaling in sleep-dependent memory formation and neuroendocrine regulation. Diabetol. Stoffwechs. 11, 357-360 (2016)