Neurons synthesizing gonadotropin-releasing hormone mRNA subtypes have multiple developmental origins in the medaka.

@article{Parhar1998NeuronsSG,
  title={Neurons synthesizing gonadotropin-releasing hormone mRNA subtypes have multiple developmental origins in the medaka.},
  author={Ishwar S. Parhar and Tomoko Soga and Youichi Ishikawa and Yoshitaka Nagahama and Yasuo Sakuma},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1998},
  volume={401 2},
  pages={217-26}
}
The origins of the different populations of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)-containing neurons in the brains of two genotypes (HO4C; HNI-II) of medaka Oryzias latipes were analyzed at different stages of development (day 1 after fertilization through adulthood), by using oligonucleotide probes specific to salmon-, seabream-, and chicken II-GnRH mRNA and antisera against specific GnRH peptides. Between the two genotypes, there was no difference in the site and time of GnRH expression or… CONTINUE READING