EM66-containing neurones in the hypothalamic parvicellular paraventricular nucleus of the rat: no plasticity related to acute immune stress.

@article{Yamani2010EM66containingNI,
  title={EM66-containing neurones in the hypothalamic parvicellular paraventricular nucleus of the rat: no plasticity related to acute immune stress.},
  author={Fatima-Zohra El Yamani and Laurent Yon and Marl{\`e}ne Gu{\'e}rin and Seloua El Ouezzani and Abdelilah Lamrani Alaoui and Nicolas Chartrel and Y Anouar and Rabia Magoul},
  journal={Neuro endocrinology letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={
          609-15
        }
}
OBJECTIVES AND METHODS Neuropeptides, as the main neuroendocrine system effectors, regulate notably the response to different stressors via a secretory plasticity within their respective hypothalamic neuronal populations. The aim of the present study was to explore by immunocytochemistry the occurrence and the potential expression plasticity of the novel neuropeptide EM66 in the CRH neurones of stressed rats. RESULTS The secretogranin II (SgII)-derived peptide EM66 is strongly expressed… CONTINUE READING

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