Secretin: Hypothalamic Distribution and Hypothesized Neuroregulatory Role in Autism

@article{Welch2004SecretinHD,
  title={Secretin: Hypothalamic Distribution and Hypothesized Neuroregulatory Role in Autism},
  author={M. Welch and J. Keune and T. Welch-Horan and N. Anwar and M. Anwar and R. Ludwig and D. Ruggiero},
  journal={Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={24},
  pages={219-241}
}
Abstract1. This study aims (1) to determine whether secretin is synthesized centrally, specifically by the HPA axis and (2) to discuss, on the basis of the findings in this and previous studies, secretin's possible neuroregulatory role in autism.2. An immunocytochemical technique with single-cell resolution was performed in 12 age/weight-matched male rats pretreated with stereotaxic microinjection of colchicine (0.6 μg/kg) or vehicle into the lateral ventricle. Following 2-day survival, rats… Expand
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