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Neuroendocrinology (1997) 66 (2): 130–135.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
... Vasopressin receptors Subfornical organ Blood pressure -endocrinology Hypothalamic Regulation of Autonomous Functions Neuroendocrinology 1997;66:130-135 Received: December 19.1996 Accepted after revision: March 25.1997 Pauline M. Smith A lastair V. Ferguson Department of Physiology, Queens University...
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Neuroendocrinology (1997) 66 (1): 38–46.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
... of cellular activation. In the group receiving relaxin, Fos-like immunoreactivity (Fos-IR) was abundant only in the supraoptic (SON) and paraventricular nuclei (PVN) of the hypothalamus, as well as in the subfornical organ (SFO). In contrast, Fos-IR in the group given isotonic saline was lacking...
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Neuroendocrinology (1995) 62 (2): 130–134.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
... of the solitary tract, the subfornical organ, the median eminence, the lateral mammillary nucleus and the lateral subnucleus of the interpeduncular nucleus. The presence of GLP-1-binding sites in different circumventricular organs suggests that this hormone may serve to modulate autonomic and neuroendocrine...
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Neuroendocrinology (1986) 42 (3): 203–210.
Published Online: 01 April 2008
... utilization in the subfornical organ, habenular complex, septal triangular nucleus and pituitary neural lobe. Deprivation of water for 16–18 h enhanced glucose utilization in these structures, more intensely in the Brattleboro rats, and activated others, particularly those connected to the subfornical organ...
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Neuroendocrinology (1983) 37 (1): 32–40.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
..., well placed to act on substrate in flux. In the brain, CE occurs in nerve fibers and terminals, mainly mesiobasally and in basal ganglia. Mesiobasal CE coincides with other components of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS) in the choroid/ventricular fluid, the subfornical organ, and the magnocellular...
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Neuroendocrinology (1980) 31 (6): 380–384.
Published Online: 26 March 2008
...Michael L. Mangiapane; John B. Simpson The pressor effect of intravenous angiotensin II (AII) was compared in the unrestrained rat before and after electrolytic lesions of the subfornical organ (SFO), the circumventricular organ of the dorsal third cerebral ventricle. Abdominal aortic and venal...
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Neuroendocrinology (1982) 35 (1): 68–72.
Published Online: 26 March 2008
...Terry N. Thrasher; John B. Simpson; David J. Ramsay The role of the subfornical organ (SFO) in drinking caused by cellular dehydration and angiotensin was examined in the dog. Drinking responses to intravenous administration of angiotensin and to hypertonic NaCl were compared before and after...
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Neuroendocrinology (1981) 32 (4): 248–256.
Published Online: 26 March 2008
... organ, and the organum vasculosum, have all been suggested to be sites of action for angiotensin within the brain. The area postrema is a site of pressor action of angiotensin in many species but not in the rat. The subfornical organ is a site where angiotensin provokes drinking, a pressor effect...
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Neuroendocrinology (2002) 75 (4): 227–240.
Published Online: 17 April 2002
... in paraventricular nucleus. Repeated restraint increased AT 1A mRNA and AT 1 binding in paraventricular nucleus and AT 1 binding in subfornical organ and median eminence. AT 1B and AT 2 receptors were not expressed in brain areas involved in the stress response. Acute restraint increased anterior pituitary AT 1A...
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