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The anatomy of neuropeptide-y-containing neurons in rat brain
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The extremely high concentrations and widespread distribution of neuropeptide Y in the central nervous system suggests a number of important physiological roles for this neurotransmitter candidate. Expand
alpha-Melanocyte stimulating hormone: immunohistochemical identification and mapping in neurons of rat brain.
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There is an interesting correlation of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone fibers with regions of noradrenergic axonal projections and terminal fields. Expand
The opiomelanotropinergic neuronal and endocrine systems
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The anatomy, physiology and biochemistry of opiomelanotropinergic neurons are reviewed and the implications of multi-neurotransmitter and multi-hormone neurons and cells are discussed. Expand
Lithium increases serotonin release and decreases serotonin receptors in the hippocampus.
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Results suggest a mechanism by which lithium may stabilize serotonin neurotransmission, and increase both basal and potassium chloride-stimulated release of endogenous serotonin from the hippocampus but not from the cortex. Expand
Substance P as a baro- and chemoreceptor afferent neurotransmitter: Immunocytochemical and neurochemical evidence in the rat
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It was found that the NTS contained significant amounts of SP-I and that unilateral removal of the nodose ganglia reduces theSP-I content of those portions of the NTS known to receive vagal afferents, providing further evidence that SP is contained within baro- and chemoreceptor afferent nerves. Expand
Novel pharmacology of substance K-binding sites: a third type of tachykinin receptor.
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The results suggest the existence of three distinct types of tachykinin receptors: SP-P, SP-E, and SP-K. Expand
The distribution of corticotropin releasing factor-like immunoreactive neurons in rat brain
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The present findings suggest that a CRF-like peptide may be involved in a neurotransmitter or neuromodulator role, as well as a hypophysiotropic role. Expand
A comparison of the anatomical distribution of substance P and substance P receptors in the rat central nervous system
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Comparison of anatomical distributions of substance P (SP) and substance P receptors in the rat central nervous system was performed and it was indicated that there is no consistent relationship between the amount of SP receptor and density of SP fibers or cell bodies in a given region of the brain. Expand
Autoradiographic distribution of substance P receptors in rat central nervous system
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3H-substance P receptors are highly concentrated in the external layers of the olfactory bulb, medial amygdala, dentate gyrus, superior colliculus, dorsal parabrachial nucleus and locus coeruleus, with moderate densities being found in the nucleus accumbens, striatum, periaqueductal grey and subiculum. Expand
Localization of neuropeptide Y messenger ribonucleic acid in rat and mouse brian by in situ hybridization
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Results indicate that active transcription of the NPY gene occurs within the brain and this transcription takes place in NPY‐containing cell bodies. Expand
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