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Ability Of The CRF Immunoreactive Neurons Of The Paraventricular Nucleus To Produce A Vasopressin-like Material. Immunohistochemical Demonstration In Adrenalectomized Guinea Pigs And Rats.

G. Tramu, C. Croix, A. Pillez
Published 1983 · Biology, Medicine

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In the paraventricular nucleus of normal or adrenalectomized colchicine-treated guinea pigs and rats, corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF), vasopressin (VP) and oxytocin (OX) immunoreactivities were compared. In the control animals, respective stainings for these three peptides are distinct. Adrenalectomy resulted in the appearance of a VP-like staining in most of the CRF-immunoreactive neurons whereas OX staining remained distinct. It is suggested that the CRF/VP coexistence reflects the synergistic role of the two peptides.



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