The gill calcium transport cycle in rainbow trout is correlated with plasma levels of bioactive, not immunoreactive, stanniocalcin.

@article{Wagner1993TheGC,
  title={The gill calcium transport cycle in rainbow trout is correlated with plasma levels of bioactive, not immunoreactive, stanniocalcin.},
  author={Graham F. Wagner and R. C. Fargher and Christine Milliken and B A Mckeown and David H. Copp},
  journal={Molecular and cellular endocrinology},
  year={1993},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={185-91}
}
Stanniocalcin (STC) is an inhibitor of gill Ca2+ transport that is produced by the corpuscles of Stannius, endocrine glands in bony fish. In young rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), there are cyclical changes in the rate of gill Ca2+ transport, with alternating phases of accelerated and reduced uptake every 14 days. Previous studies by our laboratory have established that the responsiveness of young trout to the inhibitory effects of exogenous STC is dependent on this cycle. Trout are highly… CONTINUE READING

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