The semi-quantitative distribution and cellular localization of angiotensinogen mRNA in the rat brain.

@article{Bunnemann1992TheSD,
  title={The semi-quantitative distribution and cellular localization of angiotensinogen mRNA in the rat brain.},
  author={B H Bunnemann and Kjell Fuxe and Raphael Metzger and B{\"o}rje Bjelke and Detlev Ganten},
  journal={Journal of chemical neuroanatomy},
  year={1992},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={245-62}
}
The present study describes the regional distribution and cellular localization of angiotensinogen-mRNA in the rat brain as investigated by means of in situ hybridization also in combination with immunocytochemistry for glial fibrillary acidic protein. The angiotensinogen gene expression seemed to be restricted to astroglia and showed marked regional differences. In some areas angiotensinogen-mRNA was present in almost all astrocytes with a strong signal (e.g. hypoglossal nucleus), whereas in… CONTINUE READING

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It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
It was also demonstrated that the angiotensinogen gene expression had its highest levels in several distinct areas of the brain ( e.g. the preoptic region and the hypothalamus ) , whereas other areas showed only low to moderate levels ( e.g. the thalamus ) .
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