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Influence of Serotonin on the Development and Migration of Gonadotropin‐Releasing Hormone Neurones in Rat Foetuses
This study used a pharmacological approach to evaluate the consequences of the metabolic perturbations of neurotransmitters on brain development. Pregnant rats received p‐chlorophenylalanine (pCPA),Expand
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Brain is an important source of GnRH in general circulation in the rat during prenatal and early postnatal ontogenesis.
This study was aimed to test our hypothesis that, in contrast to adult rats, in fetuses and neonates, a large amount of the brain-derived GnRH is delivered to the general circulation. The GnRHExpand
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The effect of neonatal castration of male rats on the level of sex-hormone receptors in the hypothalamus and hypophysis of adult animals.
The concentration of oestradiol (E2) and testosterone (T) cytosolic and nuclear receptors was studied in the pituitary and hypothalamus of adult male rats gonadectomized either on the first day afterExpand
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[Effect of alcohol on the content of sex steroid receptors in the hypothalamus and hypophysis of male rats].
In experimental dipsomania model (formation of physical dependence by method of intensive alcoholization) we have studied receptor binding of testosterone (T) and estradiol (E2) in the hypothalamusExpand
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Effect of alcohol on sex steroid receptor levels in the hypothalamus and pituitary of male rats
Alcohol has marked ability to modify activity of the endocrine system. Among the endocrinopathies caused by administration of alcohol, one of the most important is damage to theExpand
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Disturbance of neuroendocrine regulation of sexual behavior of male rats with streptozotocin diabetes
Conclusions1.A decrease in the level of activity of both motivational and copulatory components of sexual behavior was observed during the development of experimental diabetes following theExpand
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Neuroendocrine control of the gonadotropic function of the hypophysis in experimental diabetes
Conclusions1.Development of experimental diabetes in male rats is associated with reductions in the blood T concentration and in the number of nuclear androgen receptors in the adenohydraphysis.Expand
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[The effect of tefestrol on the secretion of luteinizing hormone from the hypophysis].
The effect of tefestrol on the content of luteinising hormone in blood and hypophysis in female and male rats was studied on the basis of the radioimmunological assays. It was shown thatExpand
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[Cytoplasmic and nuclear receptors of estradiol in the hypothalamus and cerebral cortex of female rats in the neonatal period].
The content of estradiol receptors (E2) was studied in the cytoplasmic and nuclear fractions of the female rat hypothalamus and cortex during neonatal development. In the cytosol the E2-bindingExpand
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[Neuroendocrine effect of sex hormones].
The paper provides a generalization of data and the results of own experiments on influence ovarian steroids on the hypothalamus and other brain areas related to reproduction. Ovarian hormones haveExpand
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