GABAergic neurones in the rat periaqueductal grey matter express alpha4, beta1 and delta GABAA receptor subunits: plasticity of expression during the estrous cycle.

@article{Griffiths2005GABAergicNI,
  title={GABAergic neurones in the rat periaqueductal grey matter express alpha4, beta1 and delta GABAA receptor subunits: plasticity of expression during the estrous cycle.},
  author={Jenny Griffiths and Thelma A. Lovick},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={136 2},
  pages={457-66}
}
Immunoreactivity for alpha4, beta1 and delta GABAA receptor subunits on neurones in the periaqueductal gray matter was investigated at different stages of the estrous cycle in Wistar rats. Immunostaining for alpha4, beta1 and delta GABAA receptor subunits was present on neurones throughout the periaqueductal gray matter. The numbers of subunit-immunoreactive neurones remained constant during the early phases of the estrous cycle (proestrus to early diestrus) but increased significantly in late… CONTINUE READING

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