Influence of early training to cold environment on some neuroendocrine patterns in adult rats.

Abstract

Experiments carried out on Wistar rats of either sex: controls; early trained to cold (day 1--30) and handled newborn rats, killed on day 105 show that cold exposure during neonatal period induces long-lasting changes, which persist during the adult life. The most important changes concern CNS metabolism (modifications of 32P-incorporation into cerebral phospholipids, phosphoproteins and nucleic acids) and thyroid function. The authors discuss the mechanisms of these changes and their biological significance.

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@article{Ardeleanu1976InfluenceOE, title={Influence of early training to cold environment on some neuroendocrine patterns in adult rats.}, author={Andreea Ardeleanu and N Sterescu}, journal={Physiologie}, year={1976}, volume={13 3}, pages={201-6} }