Immunohistochemical mapping of delta sleep-inducing peptide in the cat brain and hypophysis. Relationships with the LHRH system and corticotropes.

@article{Charnay1990ImmunohistochemicalMO,
  title={Immunohistochemical mapping of delta sleep-inducing peptide in the cat brain and hypophysis. Relationships with the LHRH system and corticotropes.},
  author={Yves Charnay and Lucienne L{\'e}ger and J. Golaz and M. Sallanon and Philippe G Vallet and R. Guntern and Constantin Bouras and Jiannis Constantinidis and Michel Jouvet and Ralph G. Tissot},
  journal={Journal of chemical neuroanatomy},
  year={1990},
  volume={3 5},
  pages={397-412}
}
Using the indirect immunofluorescence method, the distribution of the delta sleep-inducing peptide was studied in the cat brain and hypophysis. Delta sleep-inducing peptide-like-immunoreactive cell bodies mostly visualized in colchicine-pretreated animals were mainly found scattered throughout the diagonal band of Broca, the ventral septum and the anterior hypothalamic areas. A few immunoreactive cell somata were also seen in the ventrolateral hypothalamic area and more occasionally in the… CONTINUE READING