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Biodegradable PLGA microparticles for sustained release of a new GnRH antagonist: part II. In vivo performance Schwach, Grégoire; Oudry, Nathalie; Giliberto, Jean-Pierre; Broqua, Pierre; ... Gurny, Robert 2004
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Pharmacological profile of a new, potent, and long-acting gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist: degarelix Broqua, Pierre; Riviere, Pierre-Marie; Conne, Pierre; Rivier, Jean E; ... Junien, Jean-Louis 2002
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Chronic inhibition of circulating dipeptidyl peptidase IV by FE 999011 delays the occurrence of diabetes in male zucker diabetic fatty rats Sudre, Béatrice; Broqua, Pierre; White, Richard; Ashworth, Doreen; ... Aubert, Michel 2002
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GnRH antagonists: a new generation of long acting analogues incorporating p-ureido-phenylalanines at positions 5 and 6 Jiang, G; Stalewski, J; Galyean, R; Dykert, J; ... Rivier, J E 2001
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Chronic administration of neuropeptide Y into the lateral ventricle of C57BL/6J male mice produces an obesity syndrome including hyperphagia, hyperleptinemia, insulin resistance, and hypogonadism Raposinho, PD; Pierroz, DD; Broqua, Pierre; White, R B; ... Aubert, Michel 2001
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Stimulation of the gonadotropic axis by the neuropeptide Y receptor Y1 antagonist/Y4 agonist 1229U91 in the male rat Raposinho, PD; Broqua, Pierre; Hayward, A; Akinsanya, K; ... Aubert, Michel 2000
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Leptin and human reproduction Aubert, Michel; Pierroz Fuentes, Dominique; Gruaz-Gumowski, Nadine; Sudre, Béatrice; ... Pralong, François Pierre 2000
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Chronic blockade of the melanocortin 4 receptor subtype leads to obesity independently of neuropeptide Y action, with no adverse effects on the gonadotropic and somatotropic axes Raposinho, P D; Castillo Salgado, Einar Eugenio; D'Alleves, Violaine; Broqua, Pierre; ... Aubert, Michel 2000
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Evidence that the inhibition of luteinizing hormone secretion exerted by central administration of neuropeptide Y (NPY) in the rat is predominantly mediated by the NPY-Y5 receptor subtype Raposinho, P D; Broqua, Pierre; Pierroz Fuentes, Dominique; Hayward, Anthony; ... Aubert, Michel 1999