G Mortreux

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The involvement of nitric oxide (NO) as a gaseous neurotransmitter in the hypothalamic control of pituitary LH secretion has been demonstrated. NO, as a diffusible signaling gas, has the ability to control and synchronize the activity of the neighboring cells. NO is secreted at the median eminence (ME), the common termination field for the(More)
The role of nitric oxide (NO) from vascular endothelium in the control of GnRH release at the median eminence (ME) level is well established. Interactions between NPY receptor/endothelium/nitric oxide are clearly demonstrated. While several studies implicate NPY Y1 receptor in the control of GnRH/LH at the time of the preovulatory LH surge, our results also(More)
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