Differential and gonad stage-dependent roles of kisspeptin1 and kisspeptin2 in reproduction in the modern teleosts, morone species.

@article{Zmora2012DifferentialAG,
  title={Differential and gonad stage-dependent roles of kisspeptin1 and kisspeptin2 in reproduction in the modern teleosts, morone species.},
  author={Nilli Zmora and John David Stubblefield and Zarirah M. Zulperi and Jakob Biran and Berta Levavi-Sivan and Jos{\'e} A Mu{\~n}oz-Cueto and Yonathan Zohar},
  journal={Biology of reproduction},
  year={2012},
  volume={86 6},
  pages={177}
}
Kisspeptin is an important regulator of reproduction in many vertebrates. The involvement of the two kisspeptins, Kiss1 and Kiss2, and their receptors, Gpr54-1 and Gpr54-2, in controlling reproduction was studied in the brains of the modern teleosts, striped and hybrid basses. In situ hybridization and laser capture microdissection followed by quantitative RT (QRT)-PCR detected coexpression of kiss1 and kiss2 in the hypothalamic nucleus of the lateral recess. Neurons expressing gpr54-1 and… CONTINUE READING
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