Molecular genetics of the developing neuroendocrine hypothalamus.

@article{Szarek2010MolecularGO,
  title={Molecular genetics of the developing neuroendocrine hypothalamus.},
  author={Eva Szarek and Pike-See Cheah and Jeff Schwartz and Paul Thomas},
  journal={Molecular and cellular endocrinology},
  year={2010},
  volume={323 1},
  pages={115-23}
}
Formation of the mammalian endocrine system and neuroendocrine organs involves complex regulatory networks resulting in a highly specialized cell system able to secrete a diverse array of peptide hormones. The hypothalamus is located in the mediobasal region of the brain and acts as a gateway between the endocrine and nervous systems. From an endocrinology perspective, the parvicellular neurons of the hypothalamus are of particular interest as they function as a control centre for several… CONTINUE READING

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