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AcronymDefinition
CCKCholecystokinin
CCKChoa Chu Kang (Singapore)
CCKComplementary Code Keying (RF modulation)
CCKCommunications Commission of Kenya
CCKClient Customization Kit
CCKCrown Cork & Seal Company, Inc (Philadelphia, PA)
CCKChurch Of Christ the King (Brighton, UK)
CCKCocos-Keeling Island (airport and country code)
CCKContracting Command Korea
CCKColor Clock
CCKCyclo Club Kingersheim (French cycling club)
CCKCentre de Calcul Khawarizmi (French: Khawarizmi Computing Center; Tunisia)
CCKConti Comfort Kit (tire air compressor)
CCKChair Command Kill
CCKCabinet de Conseil Karaj (French; law and tax consultancy; Lausanne, Switzerland)
CCKCiudad Cultural Konex (Spanish: Konex Cultural City, Argentina)
CCKContent Construction Kit (Drupal)
CCKCancer Center for Kids (Mineola, NY)
References in periodicals archive ?
Molecular characterization of cholecystokinin in grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus): cloning, localization, developmental profile, and effect of fasting and refeeding on expression in the brain and intestine.
2004) PKC-delta and -epsilon regulate NF-kappaB activation induced by cholecystokinin and TNF-alpha in pancreatic acinar cells.
Gallbladder response to a second dose of cholecystokinin during the same imaging study.
Low level of Cholecystokinin (CCK) may contribute in reduced feelings of satiety and helps in continuing eating which causes difficulty in losing weight in obese people.
Potato protease inhibitors inhibit food intake and increase circulating cholecystokinin levels by a trypsin-dependent mechanism.
Similarly, receptors of other neuropeptides like somatostatin, neuropeptide Y, galanin, dynorphin, enkephalin, substance P, cholecystokinin, vasoactive intestinal polypeptide, hormones such as ghrelin, angiotensins, corticotropin-releasing hormone, adrenocorticotropin, thyrotropin-releasing hormone, oxytocin, and vasopressin involved in epilepsy [100].
Feed intolerance in critical illness is associated with increased basal and nutrient-stimulated plasma cholecystokinin concentrations.
DLPA: regulates the release of the brain's hunger signaler, cholecystokinin
Interestingly, the immune system was using the hormone cholecystokinin, which usually stops feeding during daily meals to cause a reduction in weight and fat deposits.
For instance, studies have evaluated the role of cholecystokinin (CCK) in the regulation of satiety in operant conditioning and its function in reinforcement devaluation in "incentive" learning (Balleine & Dickinson, 1994; Gosnell & Hsiao, 1981).