Sue Ellen Frederick

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" The fine structure of plant microbodies, the last major plant organelle to be characterized, became my research interest during my first year of graduate studies, in the laboratory of Professor Eldon Newcomb at the University of Wisconsin. When I entered his laboratory in the fall of 1966, the term 'plant microbody' was about to appear for the first time(More)
Recent studies have demonstrated the presence of fibres immunoreactive for somatostatin-28 (SS-28), which originate in the brainstem and selectively innervate the magnocellular oxytocin (OT) cells of the supraoptic nucleus. The potential physiological relevance of this pathway was investigated in the present study by measuring plasma OT levels in response(More)
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