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Neuroendocrinology 1–12.
Published Online: 16 January 2024
... and organs, and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by cognitive impairment. Hypothyroidism occurs when there is insufficient production of thyroid hormones (THs) by the thyroid. The relationship between hypothyroidism and aging as well as AD is controversial at present...
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Neuroendocrinology (2022) 112 (9): 835–844.
Published Online: 28 December 2021
... of this disorder, one of which is endocrine disorders. Thyroid hormones are involved in various physiological processes in the body; one of the most important of them is neuromodulation. Thyroid disorders, including hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, can affect the nervous system and play a role in the development...
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Neuroendocrinology (1992) 55 (3): 237–247.
Published Online: 07 April 2008
...Luciana Giardino; Antonino Velardo; Andrea Gallinelli; Laura Calzà In this paper we describe the modification of the galanin (GAL)-like immunostaining in the hypothalamus of rats, which were made hypothyroid at 52 days after birth. On 21st day after the surgical ablation of the thyroid gland...
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Neuroendocrinology (1992) 55 (1): 20–27.
Published Online: 07 April 2008
...Daniel D. Savage; Mary Alice Otero; Christine Y. Montano; Seddigheh Razani-Boroujerdi; Linda L. Paxton; Edward J. Kasarskis The effect of perinatal hypothyroidism on hippocampal mossy fiber zinc density was examined in rats. Timed pregnant Sprague-Dawley rat dams were given water containing either...
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Neuroendocrinology (1991) 53 (4): 321–327.
Published Online: 04 April 2008
...Morteza Behnam-Rassoli; Linda C. Herbert; Vyvyan Howard; Peter O.D. Pharoah; Martin Stanisstreet The effects of a pre- and postnatal hypothyroid environment on the development of the neocortex have been determined. Rats were treated with propylthiouracil (PTU) with or without thyroid hormone...
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Neuroendocrinology (1990) 52 (6): 556–559.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...Antonio Argiolas; Lugi Gessa; Rosaria Melis; Roberto Stancampiano; Andrea Vaccari Prenatal plus neonatal administration of methimazole (MMI), a procedure provoking marked hypothyroidism in rats, increased by about 100% the thymic content of oxytocin and severely (by approximately 80%) decreased...
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Neuroendocrinology (1990) 51 (1): 38–44.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...Daniel D. Savage; Christine Y. Montano; Alice Otero; Linda L. Paxton The effect of perinatal hypothyroidism on the number and distribution of hippocampal kainic acid binding sites was examined in rats. Timed pregnant Sprague-Dawley rat dams were given water containing either 0.02% propylthiouracil...
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Neuroendocrinology (1989) 50 (5): 524–528.
Published Online: 02 April 2008
...Karen S.L. Lam; Seymour Reichlin In this study, we demonstrated that the cell content and basal secretion of vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) in primary rat pituitary cell cultures were increased in hypothyroidism. VIP release from hypothyroid pituitary cells in vitro was stimulated...
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Neuroendocrinology (1986) 42 (1): 28–31.
Published Online: 28 March 2008
...Luigi Molinengo; M. Chiara Cassone; Livio Oggero The postmortal decay of acetylcholine (Ach) was studied in the cervical spinal cords of rats in conditions of hyper- and hypothyroidism. The modifications of thyroid function were achieved either by chronic (20–25 days) administration of /-thyroxine...
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Neuroendocrinology (1984) 39 (3): 261–266.
Published Online: 28 March 2008
..., hypothalamus and pituitary. Normal rats were compared to hypothyroid animals. The Ka of the nuclear receptors in the different parts of the brain had a similar order of magnitude (10 9 M –1 ) except for the hypothalamus where the value was lower (6 × 10 7 M –1 ). In hypothyroid animals, two main changes were...
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Neuroendocrinology (1985) 40 (4): 303–308.
Published Online: 28 March 2008
...Luisa Devilla; Aldo Pende; Anna Morgano; Massimo Giusti; Natale R. Musso; Gaetano Lotti The effects of morphine (10 mg i.v.), an opioid agonist, and of naloxone (10 mg i.v.), an opioid antagonist, on serum levels of TSH and PRL were studied in 7 hypothyroid patients and in 5 normal volunteers...