Short-term but not long-term adrenalectomy modulates amplitude and frequency of the CRH41 episodic release in push-pull cannulated median eminence of free-moving rats.

@article{Ixart1994ShorttermBN,
  title={Short-term but not long-term adrenalectomy modulates amplitude and frequency of the CRH41 episodic release in push-pull cannulated median eminence of free-moving rats.},
  author={Guy Ixart and Philippe Siaud and Mourad Mekaouche and G{\'e}rard Barbanel and Laurent Givalois and I van Assenmacher},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1994},
  volume={658 1-2},
  pages={185-91}
}
CRH 41 release in push-pull cannulated median eminence (ME) was measured in unanesthetized male rats, 3 and 7 days after adrenalectomy (ADX) and in sham-lesioned controls. Perfusion started at 13.30 h and perfusate samples were collected at 5 min intervals for 3 h to estimate the mean release rate of CRH41. The major parameters of the neurohormone's episodic release pattern were analyzed using the Ultra algorithm. In a parallel study, 3 groups of similarly treated rats were used to measure… CONTINUE READING

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