Journal of Neuroendocrinology

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Edited By: Julian G. Mercer

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Appetite and Body Weight

Published: 20 Apr 2009

Edited By: David R. Grattan

Introduction: In a new initiative, we have decided to select papers published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology over the past two years and repackage them into “virtual issues”, based around a specific theme. For 2007-2008, I have identified 5 major themes that have appeared strongly in the Journal: Appetite and bodyweight; GnRH and Reproduction; Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms; Oestrogenic regulation of brain function, and Stress. Highlights in this issue include five focussed reviews and three young investigator perspectives, addressing specific aspects of this broad field, plus original research papers identifying the neuroendocrine circuitry controlling food intake. I hope this provides a useful resource.

Development of Leptin-Sensitive Circuits
Sebastian Bouret, R. Simerly


Renato PasqualiGut hormones: a weight off your mind
Stephen Bloom, J.V. Gardiner, C.N. Jayasena


Adipose tissue hormones and the regulation of food intake
Iain Clarke, Belinda Henry


Central Neural and Endocrine Mechanisms of Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis and Their Potential Impact on Obesity
Colleen Novak, James Levine


 THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM AND THE ENERGY METABOLISM
Uberto Pagotto, Luigi Bellocchio, Cristina Cervino, Renato Pasquali


Feeding behavior in galanin knockout mice supports...
John Speakman


Increased caloric intake on a fat-rich diet: Role of ovarian steroids and galanin in the medial preoptic and paraventricular nuclei and anterior pituitary of female rats
Sarah Leibowitz, A. Akabayashi, J. Wang, J. Alexander, J. Dourmashkin, G.-Q. Chang


The effects of galanin-like peptide on energy balance, body temperature and brain activity in the mouse and rat are independent of the GALR2/3 receptor
Catherine Lawrence, Pui-Sin Man


MC4 Receptor Activation Stimulates Hypothalamic BDNF Release to Regulate Food Intake, Body Temperature and Cardiovascular Function
Janet Nicholson, Jean-Christophe Peter, Anne-Catherine Lecourt, Yves-Alain Barde, Karl Hofbauer


Evidence for Increased Neuropeptide Y Synthesis in Mediobasal Hypothalamus in Relation to Parental Hyperphagia and Gonadal Activation in Breeding Ring Doves
Ramakrishnan, Strader, Wimpee, Chen, Smith, John Buntin


Reduced expression of the KATP channel subunit, Kir6.2, is associated with decreased expression of neuropeptide Y and agouti related protein in the hypothalami of Zucker Diabetic Fatty rats
Amie Gyte, Lynn Pritchard, Huw Jones, John Brennand, Anne White


The Role of the Vagus Nerve in Mediating the Long Term Anorectic Effects of Leptin
Sachot, Rummel, Bristow, Giamal Luheshi


Nesfatin-1 influences the excitability of paraventricular...
A V Ferguson


Chronic central administration of apelin-13 over ten days increases food intake, body weight, locomotor activity and body temperature in C57BL/6 mice
John Speakman, A Valle, N Hoggard, A Adams, P Roca


Differential appetite-related responses to central neuropeptide S in lines of chickens divergently selected for low or high body weight
Mark Cline, Brian C. Prall, Marissa L. Smith, Wendy A. Calchary, Paul B. Siegel


Regulation of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript-(CART) synthesising neurones of the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus by endotoxin; implications for LPS-induced regulation of energy homeostasis
Tamas Fuzesi, Edith Sanchez, Gabor Wittmann, Praful Singru, Csaba Fekete, Ronald Lechan


Mapping Brain c-Fos Immunoreactivity after Insulin-Induced Voluntary Lard Intake: Insulin- and Lard-Associated Patterns
James Warne, Hart Horneman, Abigail Ginsberg, Norman Pecoraro, Michelle Foster, Susan Akana, Mary Dallman


Expression of the Hypothalamic Transcription Factor Nhlh2 is Dependent on Energy Availability
Vella, Burnside, Brennan, Deborah J. Good


Various Dietary Fats Differentially Change Gene Expression of Neuropeptides Involved in Body Weight Regulation in Rats
Dziedzic, Szemraj, Bartkowiak, A Walczewska


Temporal and site-specific brain alterations in CB1 receptor binding in high fat biet-induced obesity in C57B1/6 mice
Xu-Feng Huang


Programming of the Appetite-Regulating Neural Network: A Link Between Maternal Overnutrition and the Programming of Obesity?
Beverly Mühlhäusler


Leptin Resistance during Pregnancy in the Rat
Sharon Ladyman


ROLE OF AMP-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE
IN THE CONTROL OF APPETITE

Blerina Kola


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Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms

Published: 20 Apr 2009

Edited By: David R. Grattan

Introduction: In a new initiative, we have decided to select papers published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology over the past two years and repackage them into “virtual issues”, based around a specific theme. For 2007-2008, I have identified 5 major themes that have appeared strongly in the Journal: Appetite and bodyweight; GnRH and Reproduction; Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms; Oestrogenic regulation of brain function, and Stress. Highlights in this issue include three focussed reviews and two young investigator perspectives, giving a nice overview of the field, plus original research papers focussing on encoding of circadian signals in the brain, the seasonal control of food intake, and the role of the thyroid axis in circadian and seasonal rhythms. I hope this provides a useful resource.

Two decades of circadian time
Micheal Hastings, Elizabeth Maywood, Akhilesh Reddy


Photoperiodic signalling through the melatonin receptor turns full circle
Peter Morgan, David Hazlerigg


The regulation of seasonal changes in food intake and body weight
Fran Ebling, Perry Barrett


Diurnal rhythmicity of the canonical  clock genes Per1, Per2 and Bmal1 in the rat adrenal gland is unaltered after hypophysectomy.
Jan Fahrenkrug, J Hannibal, B Georg


Melatonin Modulates Spike Coding in the Rat Suprachiasmatic
Richard Dyball, Inyushkin, Bhumbra, Gonzalez


Daily meal timing is not necessary for resetting the main circadian clock by calorie restriction
Jorge Mendoza, Karine Drevet, Paul Pevet, Etienne Challet


Altered Expression of SOCS3 in the Hypothalamic Arcuate Nucleus during Seasonal Body Mass Changes in the Field Vole, Microtus agrestis
El¿bieta Król, Tups, Archer, Ross, Moar, Bell, Duncan, Mayer, Morgan, Mercer, Speakman


TRH Decreases Feeding and Increases Body Temperature, Activity, and Oxygen Consumption in Siberian Hamsters
Schuhler, Warner, Finney, Bennett, Fran Ebling, Brameld


Different Neural Melatonin-Target Tissues are Critical for Encoding and Retrieving Day Length Information in Siberian Hamsters
Teubner, David Freeman


The Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH) Secretory System in the Hypothalamus of the Siberian Hamster in Long and Short Photoperiods
Fran Ebling, Dana Wilson, Joanne Wood, Debbie Hughes, Julian Mercer, Peter Morgan, Perry Barrett


Photoperiod and Testosterone Interact to Drive Seasonal Changes in Kisspeptin Expression in Siberian Hamsters (Phodopus sungorus)
Timothy Greives, Stephanie Humber, Andrea Goldstein, Melissa-Ann Scotti, Gregory Demas, Lance Kriegsfeld


Rhythm-Dependent Light Induction of the c-fos Gene in the Turkey Hypothalamus
Thayananuphat, Kang, Bakken, Millam, Mohamed El Halawani


Rhythmic Dependent Light Induction of Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone-I Expression and Activation of Dopaminergic Neurones within the Premammillary Nucleus of the Turkey Hypothalamus
Thayananuphat, Kang, Bakken, Millam, Mohamed El Halawani


Photostimulated expression of type 2 iodothyronine deiodinase mRNA is greatly attenuated in the rostral tuberal hypothalamus of the photorefractory turkey hen
James Millam


Circadian Clocks: Setting Time by Food
Jorge Mendoza


Does a Melatonin-Dependent Circadian Oscillator in the Pars Tuberalis Drive Prolactin Seasonal Rhythmicity?
Hugues Dardente, s s


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Estrogen in the Brain

Published: 20 Apr 2009

Edited By: David R. Grattan

Introduction: In a new initiative, we have decided to select papers published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology over the past two years and repackage them into “virtual issues”, based around a specific theme. For 2007-2008, I have identified 5 major themes that have appeared strongly in the Journal: Appetite and bodyweight; GnRH and Reproduction; Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms; Oestrogenic regulation of brain function, and Stress. In this issue, we are well served by excellent reviews on oestrogen effects on sexual differentiation, cognition and aging, and estrogen receptor expression in the brain, plus original papers examining sex steroid modulation of a wide range of brain functions, from body weight through to neuroprotection. I hope this provides a useful resource.

The Critical Period Hypothesis: Can It Explain Discrepancies in the Oestrogen-Cognition Literature?
Barbara B. Sherwin, McGill


Oestrogen, Cognition and the Maturing Female Brain
Michael C. Craig, Murphy


Sex Steroids and Cognitive Function
Victoria Luine


Oestrogen Receptors á and â Roles in Behavioural Neuroendocrinology: Beyond Yin/Yang
Emily F. Rissman


Steroid receptor signaling in the brain - lessons learned from molecular
imaging

Mitsuhiro Kawata, M. Nishi, K. Matsuda, H. Sakamoto, N. Kaku, M. Masugi-Tokita, K. Fujikawa, Y. Hirahara-Wada, K. Takanami, H. Mori


Aromatase in the brain: not just for reproduction anymore
Luis Garcia-Segura


Mechanisms mediating oestradiol modulation of the developing brain
MARGARET MCCARTHY, Jaclyn Schwarz, Christopher Wright, Shannon Dean


Oestrogenic Regulation of Pro-Opiomelanocortin, Neuropeptide Y and Corticotrophin-Releasing Hormone mRNAs in Mouse Hypothalamus
G Pelletier, Li, Luu-The, Labrie


Voltage-dependent calcium channels in ventromedial...
AW Lee


Oestrogen and progesterone reduce LPS-induced expression of TNF-alpha and interleukin-18 in midbrain astrocytes
Markus Kipp, Serkan Karakaya, Sonja Johann, Eric Kampmann, Jorg Mey, Cordian Beyer


Oestrogen Regulates the Expression and Funtion of Dopamne Transporters in Astrocytes of the Nigrostriatal System
Karakaya, Kipp, Cordian Beyer


Alpha-oestrogen and progestin receptor expresison in hypothalamus and preoptic area dopaminergic neurones during oestrous in cycling rats
Janete A. Anselmo Franci, C Leite, R Szawka


Expression of ovarian steroid hormone receptors in tuberoinfundibular dopaminergic neurones during pregnancy and lactation
F Steyn, G Anderson, Dave Grattan


Cells in Behaviourally-Relevant Brain Regions Coexpress Nuclear Receptor Coactivators and Ovarian Steroid Receptors
Marc J. Tetel, Siegal, Murphy


Oestrogen Receptor Ą Localisation in the Prefrontal Cortex of Three Mammalian Species
Deidra Montague, Cynthia S. Weickert, Eva Tomaskovic-Crook, Debora A. Rothmond, Joel E. Kleinman, David R. Rubinow


Differential Effects of Centrally-Administered Oestrogen Antagonist ICI-182,780 on Oestrogen-Sensitive Functions in the Hypothalamus


Steyn, Anderson, David Grattan

Oestrogen receptor a and B immunoreactive cells in the suprachiasmatic...
I Kallo


EFFECT OF OESTROGEN RECEPTOR ALPHA AND BETA AGONISTS ON BRAIN NMDA RECEPTORS
Marc Morissette, Maryvonne Le Saux, Therese Di Paolo


Oestradiol Rapidly Enhances Spontaneaous Glycinergic Synaptic Inhibition of Hypoglossal Motoneurones
Dominique Chesnoy-Marchais, A Meillerais


Oestrogen influences on mitochondrial gene expression and respiratory chain activity      in cortical and mesencephalic astrocytes
Susanne Arnold, Gilda Wright Araujo, Cordian Beyer


Effects of organisational oestradiol on adult immunoreactive oestrogen receptors (a and b) in the male mouse brain
A Kudwa, N. Harada, S.-I. Honda, Emilie Rissman


Oestrogen receptor ß contributes to the transient sex difference in tyrosine hydroxylase expression in the mouse locus coeruleus
John Bethea, Julie Pendergast, Luis Tuesta


Endogenous Oestradiol Regulates Progesterone Receptor Expression in the Brain of Female Rate Fetuses: What is the Source of Oestradiol?
Christine Wagner, Vaishali Jahagirdar, Princy Quadros


HYPOXIA-INDUCED APOPTOTIC CELL DEATH IS PREVENTED BY OESTRADIOL VIA OESTROGEN RECEPTORS IN DEVELOPING CNS
Sara Fiszer, V Pozo Decoto, S Giusti, J Chaves


The selective oestrogen receptor modulator, LY362321 is not neuroprotective in a rat model of transient focal ischaemia
Tracy Farr, Hilary Carswell, Denis McCann, Masahiko Sato, Henry Bryant, Jeffrey Dodge, I Mhairi Macrae


Long-term ovarian hormone deprivation alters the ability of subsequent oestradiol replacement to regulate choline acetyltransferase protein levels in hippocampus and prefrontal cortex of middle-aged rats
Jill Daniel, Johannes Bohacek, Amanda Bearl


17-b-OESTRADIOL STIMULATION OF G-PROTEINS IN AGED AND ALZHEIMER’S HUMAN BRAIN: COMPARISON WITH PHYTOESTROGENS
Viktor Jefremov, Aleksi Rakitin, Riina Mahlapuu, Kersti Zilmer, Nenad Bogdanovich, Mihkel Zilmer, Ello Karelson


Neuronal Activity of Aromatase Enzyme in Non- Copulating Male Rats
Portillo, Castillo, Retana-Márquez, Roselli, Raúl G. Paredes


Oestrogen Modulates Hypothalamic Control of Energy Homeostasis Through Multiple Mechanisms
Troy A. Roepke


Virtual Issues from Journal of Neuroendocrinology

GnRH and Reproduction

Published: 20 Apr 2009

Edited By: David R. Grattan

Introduction: In a new initiative, we have decided to select papers published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology over the past two years and repackage them into “virtual issues”, based around a specific theme. For 2007-2008, I have identified 5 major themes that have appeared strongly in the Journal: Appetite and bodyweight; GnRH and Reproduction; Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms; Oestrogenic regulation of brain function, and Stress. Highlights in this issue include five focussed reviews, giving an excellent overview of the field, plus a young investigator perspective describing methods to define the GnRH neuronal network. There is also a range of original articles on aspects of neuroendocrine control of reproduction. I hope this provides a useful resource.

Steroid receptor signaling in the brain - lessons learned from molecular
imaging

Mitsuhiro Kawata, M. Nishi, K. Matsuda, H. Sakamoto, N. Kaku, M. Masugi-Tokita, K. Fujikawa, Y. Hirahara-Wada, K. Takanami, H. Mori


Michael Harbuz Young Investigator Prize Lecture
Waljit Dhillo


The Genetic Basis For The Timing Of Human Puberty
Indraneel Banerjee, Peter Clayton


Hypothalamic Control of the Pituitary-Gonadal Axis in Higher Primates: Key Advances over the Last Two Decades.
Tony Plant


Glial-GnRH neurone interactions in the median eminence and the control of GnRH secretion
Sergio Ojeda, Alejandro Lominiczi, Ursula Sandau


Direct pituitary effects of kisspeptin: activation of gonadotrophs and somatotrophs and stimulation of luteinising hormone and growth hormone secretion
E Gutierrez-Pascual, AJ Martinez-Fuentes, L Pinella, M Tena-Sempere, MM Malagon, Justo P. Castano


Evidence That Down Regulation of Hypothalamic KiSS-1 Expression is Involved in the Negative Feedback Action of Testosterone to Regulate LH Secretion in the Adult Male Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta)
Shibata, Friedman, Ramaswamy, Tony Plant


Fasting reduces KiSS-1 expression in the anteroventral periventricular nucleus (AVPV): effects of fasting on the expression of KiSS-1 and NPY in the AVPV or arcuate nucleus of female rats
Theodosis Kalamatianos, Suzanne Grimshaw, Ravi Poorun, Joel Hahn, Clive Coen


KiSS-1 and GPR54 genes are co-expressed in rat gonadotrophs and differentially regulated in vivo by oestradiol and GnRH
Marie-Laure Kottler, Nicholas Richard, Guillaume Galmiche, Sophie Corvaisier, Alain Caraty


Effects of In Vivo and In Vitro Administration of Ghrelin, Leptin and Neuropeptide Mediators on Pulsatile Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone Secretion from Male Rat Hypothalamus Before and After Puberty
M.-C. Lebrethon, Aganina, Fournier, Gérard, Matagne, Parent, Bourguignon


The type2 corticotrophin-releasing hormone receptor mediates orexin A-induced LH suppression in ovariectomised rats
Takeshi Iwasa, Toshiya Matsuzaki


Changes in Insulin, Glucose and Ketone Bodies, But Not Leptin or Body Fat Content Precede Restoration of Luteinising Hormone Secretion in Ewes
Szymanski, Jill E. Schneider, Friedman, Ji, Kurose, Blache, Rao, Dunshea, Clarke


The effect of AMPK activation on GnRH secretion in GTI-7 cells and its potential role in hypothalamic regulation of the oestrous cyclicity in rats
J Dupont, S Coyral-Castel, L Tosca, G Ferreira, E Jeanpierre, C Rame, D Lomet, A Caraty, P Monget, C Chabrolle


A Contactin-RPTPbeta Complex Mediates Adhesive Communication between Astroglial Cells and GnRH Neurones
A-S Parent, A Mungenast, A Lomniczi, U Sandau, E Peles, M Bosch, O Ronnekleiv, S Ojeda


Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Release In Marmosets I: In Vivo Measurement In Ovary-Intact And Ovariectomised Females

Tannenbaum, Schultz-Darken, Saltzman, Terasawa, Woller, David H. Abbott


Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Release In Marmosets II: Pulsatile Release of GnRH and Pituitary Gonadotrophin in Adult Females
Tannenbaum, Schultz-Darken, Woller, David H. Abbott


Hypothalamic Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone Expression in Female Monkeys with Different Sensitivity to Stress
Maria-Luisa Centeno, R. Sanchez, J. Cameron, C. Bethea


Noradrenaline Release in the Medial Preoptic Area during the Rat Oestrous Cycle: Temporal Relationship with Plasma Secretory Surges of Prolactin and Luteinising Hormone
Szawka, Franci, Janete A. Anselmo Franci


Activation of A-type ƒ×-amino butyric acid receptors (GABAARs) excites gonadotrophin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurones isolated from adult rats

Chengzu Yin, Hirotaka Ishii, Nobuyuki Tanaka, Yasuo Sakuma, Masakatsu Kato


Expression and activation of NMDAR1 receptor subunits in gonadotrophin releasing hormone (GnRH) neurones of young and middle-aged mice during the LH surge
Lothar Jennes, Adrian Centers, Valeryia Adjan


Glutamatergic Stimulation of Luteinising Hormone Secretion in Relatively Refractory Male Songbirds
Pierre Deviche, John Sabo, Peter Sharp


Presence of Oxytocin Receptors in the Gonadotrophin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) Neurones in Female Rats: A Possible Direct Action of Oxytocin on GnRH Neurones
Caligioni, Oliver, Jamur, Celso Rodrigues Franci


RFamide-related peptide and its cognate receptor in the sheep: cDNA cloning, mRNA distribution in the hypothalamus and effect of photoperiod
Hugues Dardente


Oestrogen-Dependent Stimulation of Luteinising Hormone Release by Galanin-Like Peptide (GALP) in Female Rats
Yoshihisa Uenoyama, Hiroko Tsukamura, Mika Kinoshita, Shunji Yamada, Kinuyo Iwata, Vutha Pheng, Somchai Sajapitak, Mototsugu Sakakibara, Tetsuya Ohtaki, Hirokazu Matsumoto, Kei-ichiro Maeda


Facilitation or inhibition of the oestradiol-induced gonadotrophin surge in the immature female rat by progesterone: effects on pituitary responsiveness to GnRH, GnRH self-priming, and pituitary mRNAs for the progesterone receptor A and B isoforms
Barbara Attardi


Distribution and regional stressor-induced regulation of corticotrophin-releasing factor binding protein in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Nicholas Bernier, Sarah Alderman, Jason Raine


Temporal migration of GnRH-1 neurones is modified in GAD67 knockout mice
Jennifer Lee, Jean Tiong, Dennis Maddox, Brian Condie, Susan Wray


Effect of transient hypothyroidism during infancy on the postnatal ontogeny of LH release in the agonadal male rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta):  implications for the timing of puberty in higher primates
David R. Mann, Tony Plant, Suresh Ramaswamy, Ganapathy Bhat, Christine Stah, Clifford Pohl


Changes of expression of genes related to the activity of the GnRH pulse generator in young versus middle-aged male rats
Martina Böttner, S Leonhardt, W Wuttke, H Jarry


Middle-Aged Female Rats Lack the Dynamic Changes in GAD67 mRNA Levels Observed in Young Females on the Day of a Luteinising Hormone Surge
D Grove-Strawser, M Jiminez-Linan, Beverly Rubin


Defining the gonadotrophin-releasing hormone neuronal network: transgenic approaches to understanding neurocircuity
Rebecca E Campbell


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Stress

Published: 20 Apr 2009

Edited By: David R. Grattan

Introduction: In a new initiative, we have decided to select papers published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology over the past two years and repackage them into “virtual issues”, based around a specific theme. For 2007-2008, I have identified 5 major themes that have appeared strongly in the Journal: Appetite and bodyweight; GnRH and Reproduction; Circadian and Seasonal Rhythms; Oestrogenic regulation of brain function, and Stress. Highlights in this issue include three focussed reviews and two young investigator perspectives, giving an excellent overview of the field. There are also a range of original articles, predominantly focusing on aspects of HPA axis neuroendocrinology, and examining glucocorticoid actions in the brain. I hope this provides a useful resource.

THE NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY OF STRESS: A NEVER ENDING STORY
Stafford Lightman


Chronic Stress and Neural Function – Accounting for Sex and Age
Victoria Luine, K Beck, R Bowman, M Frankfurt, N MacLusky


ABOUT STRESS HORMONES AND RESILIENCE TO PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 
E.R. de Kloet


Changes in Expression of Corticotrophin-Releasing Hormone, Mineralocorticoid Receptor and Glucocorticoid Receptor mRNAs in the Hypothalamic Paraventricular Nucleus Induced by Fornix Transection and Adrenalectomy
Han, Ozawa, Matsuda, Lu, De Kloet, Mitsuhiro Kawata


Effects of Adrenalectomy on the Excitability of Neurosecretory Parvocellular Neurones in the Hypothalamic Paraventricular Nucleus
Yang, Li, Lee, Jo, Lee, Pan Dong Ryu


Direct inhibitory effect of glucocorticoids on corticotrophin-releasing hormone (CRH) gene expression in neurones of the paraventricular nucleus in rat hypothalamic organotypic cultures
Balazs Bali, Szilamer Ferenczi, Krisztina J. Kovacs


Social Instability in Adolescence Alters the Central and Peripheral HPA Responses to a Repeated Homotypic Stressor in Male and Female Rats
Cheryl M. McCormick, Merrick, Secen, Helmreich


Interaction Between Oestrogen and Oxytocin on Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenal Axis Activity
Ochedalski, Subburaju, Wynn, Greti Aguilera


Physiological Studies of Stress Responses in the Hypothalamus of Vasopressin-Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein Transgenic Rat
Shibata, Fujihara, Suzuki, Ozawa, Kawata, Dayanithi, Murphy, Y Ueta


Pituitary-Adrenal response to acute and repeated mild restraint, forced swim and change in environment stress in arginine vasopressin receptor 1b knockout mice.
Lesley Stewart, James Roper, W Young, Anne-Marie O'Carroll, Stephen Lolait


Prenatal alchohol exposure: foetal programming...
Joanne Weinberg


Augmented Hypothalamic Corticotrophin-Releasing Hormone mRNA and Corticosterone Responses to Stress in Adult Rats Exposed to Perinatal Hypoxia
Hershel Raff, Lauren Jacobson, William Cullinan


Prenatal Glucocorticoid Exposure Alters Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Function in Juvenile Guinea Pigs
Owen, Stephen Matthews


Genetic dissection of glucocorticoid receptor function in mice
Gunther Schutz, Gitta Erdmann, Stefan Berger


Effect of the glucocorticoid receptor antagonist Org 34850 on basal and stress induced corticosterone secretion
Francesca Spiga, Louise Harrison, Susan Wood, Helen Atkinson, Cliona MacSweeney, Fiona Thomson, Mark Craighead, Morag Grassie, Stafford Lightman


Adaptation in the Corticosterone and Hyperthermic Responses to Stress Following Repeated Stressor Exposure
Barnum, Blandino Jr , Terrence Deak


Corticosteroids, 11-fo-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Isozymes and the Rabbit Choroid Plexus
A Sinclair, C Onyimba, P Khosla, N Vijapurapu, J Thomlinson, M Burdon, P Stewart, P Murray, E Walker, Saaeha Rauz


Attenuated stress response to acute lipopolysaccharide challenge and ethano administration in vasopressin V1b receptor knokcout mice
Stephen J Lolait, LQ Stewart, JA Roper, G Harrison, D Jessop, WS Young, AM O'Carroll


Exogenous Androgen Treatment Delays the Stress Response Following Hamster Facial Nerve Injury
Tetzlaff, Tanzer, Kathryn J. Jones


Differential Effects of Stress on Adult Hippocampal Cell Proliferation in Low and High Aggressive Mice
Alexa Veenema, de Kloet, de Wilde, Roelofs, Kawata, Buwalda, Koolhaas, Lucassen


Neuroendocrinological Mechanisms of Actions of Antidepressant Drugs
C Schüle


Region and sex specific modulation of anxiety-behaviours in the rat
Donna Toufexis


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