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Journal: Neonatology
Neonatology (2016) 109 (4): 314–320.
Published Online: 24 February 2016
... on differential effects of prenatal stress on male and female infants. Results: The disturbance manipulation elevated cortisol levels acutely in the gravid females and they gained less weight by term. Nevertheless, female infants from the early stress condition were significantly larger at birth...
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Journal: Neonatology
Neonatology (2015) 107 (4): 352–357.
Published Online: 05 June 2015
... 2 that converts cortisol to cortisone and by the poor responsiveness of the fetal hypothalamus to corticotropin-releasing hormone. High corticosteroid activity acutely enhances the functional maturity of the fetus. Persistently high fetal glucocorticoid activity has adverse effects on the growth...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1997) 72 (3): 192–200.
Published Online: 01 October 2009
...H.G. Kattesh; G.A. Baumbach; B.B. Gillespie; J.F. Schneider; J.T. Murai Thirty-five time-dated pregnant gilts were used to document plasma levels of total and free cortisol, corticosteroid-binding globulin (CBG) binding capacity, and percent distribution of cortisol among protein-bound (CBG...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1995) 67 (4): 274–286.
Published Online: 30 September 2009
... (p = 0.035) on day 12 when compared with later ages, but basal plasma cortisol concentrations were comparable at the three ages. Compared with controls, restraint elevated incremental plasma ACTH and cortisol responses at each age (p < 0.004). On day 12, maximal plasma ACTH (p = 0.0006...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1994) 65 (6): 378–389.
Published Online: 30 September 2009
...Per T. Sangild; Marian Silver; Abigail L. Fowden; Alan Turvey; Bent Foltmann Development of the porcine gastric proteases (chymosin, pepsin A, B and C) has been studied in the fetal pig in the last third of gestation (term 115 days). The possibility that the prepartum rise in circulating cortisol...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1992) 62 (5): 363–372.
Published Online: 30 September 2009
... secretion Adrenocorticotropin stimulation Cortisol Original Paper Biol Neonate 1992:62:363-372 Per T. Sangilda Peter D. Cranwellh Linda Hilstedc a Department of Animal Science and Animal Health. Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg. Denmark; b School of Agriculture. La Trobe...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1990) 58 (4): 220–226.
Published Online: 25 September 2009
...H.G. Kattesh; S.F. Charles; G.A. Baumbach; B.E. Gillespie Plasma levels of cortisol and percent distribution of cortisol among protein-bound (corticosteroid-binding globulin (CBG) and albumin) and unbound forms were measured in naturally born/conventionally reared pigs from birth to 6 weeks of age...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1991) 59 (2): 114–119.
Published Online: 25 September 2009
... that indexes of placental function (estriol), fetal stress (cortisol), and fetal growth (albumin) could be related to fetal development. Concentration of estriol at birth or 110 days of gestation was not linearly related to weight of pig. Pig serum albumin was linearly related to pig weight and increased...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1987) 51 (1): 1–4.
Published Online: 24 September 2009
...Kanji Nagashima; Hideki Yagi; Hitosi Yunoki; Takashi Noji; Takayosi Kuroume The levels of corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) in the cord blood from 34 infants were determined by radioimmunoassay. All infants were born by vaginal delivery after an uneventful pregnancy. Levels of cortisol...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biologia Neonatorum (1979) 36 (1-2): 35–39.
Published Online: 17 September 2009
...G. Cabello Plasma levels of cortisol, cortisone and aldosterone were measured during the first 20 days of life in 10 healthy calves. Cortisolemia, high at birth, decreased from birth to day 15. Changes in plasma cortisone were similar to those of cortisol. The value of the cortisol/cortisone plasma...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biology of the Neonate (1983) 44 (4): 224–233.
Published Online: 17 September 2009
...). The plasma cortisol, T 4 and T 3 levels were lower in PT lambs (particularly in PTD for T 4 and T 3 ) during the first hours of life. Moreover, rectal temperature decreased sharply between birth and 30 min postpartum in the PT group; at this time, plasma T 3 levels and rectal temperature were positively...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biologia Neonatorum (1975) 27 (5-6): 302–307.
Published Online: 16 September 2009
... the relationship between endogenous estradiol and cortisol levels in cord plasma was investigated. There was no significant correlation between the concentrations of these steroids in 65 specimens; the cortisol levels associated with two cases of severe RDS were low. 16 9 2009 © 1975 S. Karger AG...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biologia Neonatorum (1975) 27 (5-6): 352–360.
Published Online: 16 September 2009
...Olga Greengard Cortisol treatment of neonatal rats did not have permanent effects on the levels of 2–7 enzymes in heart, kidney, brain and liver, even though some exhibited abnormally high concentrations during the first 1 or 2 weeks. An injection of cortisol at birth evoked premature rises...
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Journal: Neonatology
Biologia Neonatorum (1973) 23 (3-4): 184–192.
Published Online: 16 September 2009
...Pauline Alexander; H.G. Britton; D.A. Nixon †; J.G. Ratcliffe; D. Redstone Plasma from six chronically catheterised sheep fetuses of 113–126 days conceptual age showed high levels of corticotrophin at all ages with somewhat higher values towards term. Plasma cortisol was not clearly related...
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