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Neuroendocrinology (1997) 65 (5): 353–359.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
...Robert L. Spencer; Bruce S. McEwen Acute injection of ethanol in young rats stimulates corticosterone secretion, and repeated daily ethanol injection results in tolerance to this response. This study examined the tolerance development of the corticosterone response to 14 daily ethanol injections (2...
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Neuroendocrinology (1994) 60 (3): 331–336.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
...Barbara Przewłocka; Wiadysław Lasoń; Ryszard Przewłocki In situ hybridization and specific radioimmunoassays were used to study the influence of ethanol on proopiomelanocortin (POMC) and prodynorphin (PDYN) biosynthesis in the rat pituitary. Repeated intragastric ethanol administration (starting...
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Neuroendocrinology (1993) 58 (2): 258–262.
Published Online: 08 April 2008
...Toshihiko Inukai; Xiangbing Wang; Monte A. Greer; Susan E. Greer We utilized luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) secretion by perifused minced rat hypothalamic median eminence (ME) tissue to evaluate whether isotonic ethanol would stimulate neurosecretion as it does secretion from...
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Neuroendocrinology (1990) 52 (5): 481–489.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...Robert L. Spencer; Bruce S. McEwen The ability of chronic ethanol stress to alter hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis function in a manner similar to that previously reported for other chronic stress treatments was evaluated. Injection of male Sprague-Dawley or Long-Evans rats with ethanol (1...
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Neuroendocrinology (1990) 51 (1): 64–69.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...Les Dees; Carl W. Skelley To assess more closely the physiological mechanism(s) by which ethanol (ETOH) delays the onset of female puberty, we have evaluated its effects on body weight, the vaginal opening (VO)-first diestrus (D 1 ) interval and the serum concentrations of growth hormone (GH...
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Neuroendocrinology (1987) 46 (4): 324–332.
Published Online: 02 April 2008
...John M. Zgombick; Gene Erwin Selectively bred long-sleep (LS) and short-sleep (SS) mice differ markedly in ethanol-induced adrenocortical response. Intracerebroventricular injections of saline elicited a ‘stress-induced’ adrenocortical response in both lines of mice, and intracerebroventricular...
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Neuroendocrinology (1988) 48 (5): 495–499.
Published Online: 02 April 2008
...Les Dees; Carl W. Skelley; Valeria Rettori; Susan Kentroti; Samuel M. McCann Conscious mature and immature rats were administered either saline or an ethanol (ETOH)-saline solution via a permanent intragastric cannula, and plasma growth hormone (GH) levels were measured by radioimmunoassay...
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Neuroendocrinology (1984) 39 (3): 231–235.
Published Online: 28 March 2008
...W. Les Dees; Gerald P. Kozlowski These studies were designed to determine the effects of castration and ethanol (ETOH) on the relative content of substance P (SP) immunoreactivity in the hypothalamus and the central and medial amygdaloid nuclei (CM-AM). Differences visualized immunocytochemically...
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Neuroendocrinology (1984) 38 (4): 317–321.
Published Online: 28 March 2008
...Pushpa V. Thadani Pregnant rats were kept on an ethanol-containing (6% w/v) liquid diet from the 13th day of gestation and serum growth hormone (GH) levels were determined in the offspring after four different experimental paradigms. In controls, administration of cyproheptadine (a serotonin...
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Neuroendocrinology (1982) 34 (6): 387–394.
Published Online: 26 March 2008
...Judith A. Ramaley Daily administration of 4% ethanol in the drinking water resulted in a significant delay in puberty onset. First ovulation occurred in controls at 35.4 ± 0.9 days and in ethanol-treated animals at 41.1 ± 1.2 days. Dietary controls failed to show a delay in puberty onset...
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Neuroendocrinology (1980) 30 (4): 213–219.
Published Online: 26 March 2008
... of development (`pubertal diapause’) during the prepubertal period. Daily administration of corticosterone in the drinking water (160 µ g/mJ 4% ethanol in tap water: B-treated) from 22 days of age produced a significant delay in both vaginal opening and ovulation while 4% ethanol (the vehicle for B) or 16 µ g B...
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