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A two-step mechanism for the interaction of estradiol with rat uterus.
Evidence is presented that the 9.5S receptor is extranuclear and involved in estrogen uptake, whereas the nuclear 5S complex, probably responsible for hormone retention and growth initiation, is formed from the 9-5S complex by a process which consumes 9.
Neurotensin: Topographical distribution in rat brain by immunohistochemistry
The anatomical distribution of neurotensin perikarya and fibers in rat brain, spinal cord, and pituitary has been studied by immunohistochemistry. Neurotensin immunoreactivity is widely distributed
Immunohistochemical localization of enkephalin in rat brain and spinal cord
The results of the histochemical staining show that certain structures which positively stain for enkephalin closely correspond to the distribution of opiate receptors in the brain and thus support the concept that the endogenous opiate peptides are involved in the perception of pain and analgesia.
LHRH systems in the brain of platyfish
Centrifugal innervation of the retina by luteinizing hormone releasing hormone (LHRH)-immunoreactive telencephalic neurons in teleostean fishes
It is proposed that the nucleus olfactoretinalis anatomically and functionally interconnects and integrates parts of the olfactory and optic systems.
Cellular and subcellular localization of 1,25-(OH)2-vitamin D3 in rat kidney: comparison with localization of parathyroid hormone and estradiol.
Results of thaw-mount autoradiographic studies of kidney obtained 1--3 hr after a single injection of 1,25-(OH)2-[3H]vitamin D3 to rats showed strong nuclear concentration of radioactivity in
Androgen concentration in motor neurons of cranial nerves and spinal cord.
After injection of [3H]dihydrotestosterone, a major testosterone metabolite, radioactivity is concentrated in nuclei of certain cells in the midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata, cerebellum, and spinal cord, and certain motor neurons appear to be selectively labeled by androgen; in contrast, estrogen localization prevails in sensory neurons.
Differential distribution of dihydrotestosterone and estradiol binding sites in the epididymis of the mouse
The different binding patterns of 3H DHT and 3H E2 and the results of the competition studies with unlabeled compounds demonstrate that in the epididymis besides the specific nuclear receptors for androgen also estrogen receptors are present.