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Recently, GLP-1 was reported to enhance appetite but attenuate glucose-induced insulin secretion. To investigate whether appetite can be enhanced by the central administration of GLP-1 in conscious animals, the role of the brain in the action of GLP-1, and the relationship between the effect of GLP-1 on appetite and on glucose-induced insulin secretion. Several peptide fragments of GLP-1 (Gli-1-13, Gli-1-17, and Gli-1-29) were evaluated for their effect on appetite in conscious rats. C-terminally truncated GLP-1(7-36) was given intracerebroventricularly (ICV) or intracerebral ventricle (ICV). After the ICV injection of Gli-1-13, but not of Gli-1-17 and Gli-1-29, appetite was augmented in rats, and the effect of Gli-1-13 persisted even in fasted animals. ICV injection of GLP-1(7-36) enhanced appetite. The inhibitory effect of GLP-1 on glucose-induced insulin secretion was lost in the Gli-1-13, but not Gli-1-17 and Gli-1-29, treated rats. GLP-1(7-36) induced a greater increase in blood glucose concentration in fasted than fed rats. ICV injection of Gli-1-13 or GLP-1(7-36) normalized the food intake and blood glucose concentration of fasted rats in a glucose challenge test. These results indicate that the effect of GLP-1 on appetite requires the central action of the peptide, and suggest that the inhibition of glucose-induced insulin secretion by GLP-1 is related to its effect on appetite.1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a polycarbonate and a method for the preparation thereof, and more particularly, to a polycarbonate prepared by the reaction of a hydroxyl group containing a monomer and a diaryl carbon