Adrenergic influences on coeliac ganglion affect the release of progesterone from cycling ovaries: characterisation of an in vitro system.

@article{Sosa2000AdrenergicIO,
  title={Adrenergic influences on coeliac ganglion affect the release of progesterone from cycling ovaries: characterisation of an in vitro system.},
  author={Zulema Y Sosa and Marilina Casais and Ana Mar{\'i}a Rastrilla and Luis Inocencio E Aguado},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2000},
  volume={166 2},
  pages={
          307-18
        }
}
The superior ovarian nerve (SON) arrives at the ovary through the suspensory ligament and innervates mainly the ovarian stroma. Most neurones from which the SON fibres originate are located in the complex coeliac and mesenteric ganglia. Taking into account that other ganglia have been shown to have alpha- and beta-adrenergic receptors, and that the coeliac ganglion receives adrenergic fibres from other sympathetic paravertebral and preaortic ganglia, we utilised adrenergic agonists and… CONTINUE READING

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