Corticosteroid and growth hormone responses to methylamphetamine in depressive illness.


It is suggested that, if depressed patients have deficient noradrenergic function at central alpha-adrenergic receptors, then they will also have impaired corticosteroid responses to methylamphetamine but unaltered growth hormone responses. This prediction has been confirmed when the responses of a group of patients with endogenous depression were compared… (More)



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