Immobilization stress-induced changes in discrete hypothalamic catecholamine levels and turnover, their modulation by nicotine and relationship to neuroendocrine function.


Immobilization stress (1 h) induced discrete reductions in noradrenaline (NA) levels in the posterior periventricular hypothalamic region and in the paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus, and a decrease in dopamine (DA) turnover in the medial palisade zone (MPZ) of the median eminence, but failed to induce regional increases of hypothalamic NA turnover… (More)


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