Repeated stress increases the density of angiotensin II binding sites in rat paraventricular nucleus and subfornical organ.

Abstract

We have studied the properties of angiotensin II binding sites in the paraventricular nucleus, subfornical organ and anterior pituitary lobe of rats subjected to repeated immobilization stress. This treatment produced significant increase in the density of angiotensin II binding sites in these two nuclei without any significant alteration in binding… (More)

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