University of California Davis
University of Cincinnati Medical Center
University of Massachusetts Medical School
University of Michigan Medical School
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Protocols & Methods
Reagents & Resources
Tissues & Samples
Conditions of Use
Energy Expenditure Analysis
CalR: Indirect Calorimetry Analysis
Guidelines & Policies
eating rate, average (avg eating rate)
grams per minute (g/min)
eating rate, average
avg eating rate
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body composition, food intake
Average rate of eating food.
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Energy utilization and body composition of Nav1.8-LepR (fl/fl) mice (knockout of LepR in sensory neurons)
Effect of conditionally targeted (Sim1-cre or SF1-cre) knockout of Rai1 on energy expenditure and meal patterns
Meal Pattern Analysis in Nav1.8-LepR (fl/fl) mice (knockout of LepR in sensory neurons)
Effect of altered light cycle (5 day darkness) on energy expenditure and meal patterns in mouse model of Prader-Willi syndrome
Effect of Heph (hephaestin) ablation on energy expenditure and body composition
Effect of Heph (hephaestin) ablation on meal patterns
Associated MP Terms
MP:0001431 - abnormal eating behavior
MP:0005449 - abnormal food intake
MP:0011939 - increased food intake
MP:0011940 - decreased food intake
MP:0011944 - abnormal eating frequency
MP:0011945 - increased eating frequency
MP:0011946 - decreased eating frequency
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