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Sex steroid hormones and catecholamines have physiological interactions in the brain. By the combined use of autoradiography and fluorescence histochemistry, steroid hormone target sites and catecholamine neurons were visualized simultaneously in the same tissue preparation. By this dual localization method, [3H]estradiol and [3H]dihydrotestosterone target(More)
A combined formaldehyde-induced fluorescence (FIF)-autoradiography procedure was used to determine how and where the androgen, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), is associated with catecholamine systems in the rat brain. With this dual localization method, (3H)-DHT target sites can be visualized in relation to catecholamine perikarya and terminals. In the(More)
3H setradion-17beta was localized in nuclei of catecholamine (CA) neurons of the rat lower brain stem, i.e., midbrain, pons and medulla, by employing a combined formaldehyde-induced fluorescence (FIF)-autoradiography approach which permits the direct visualization of 3H estradiol uptake in relation to CA-neuron perikarya and terminals. In the medulla,(More)
Canadian Academy of Health Sciences/Académie canadienne des sciences de la santé CAHS wishes to thank the sponsors of this assessment without whom this report would not have been possible. or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the organizations or agencies that provided support(More)
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