Hypothalamic Peptides in Endocrinology: Morphological and Physiological Aspects

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Mitsuo Suzuki
VSP, Dec 1, 1985 - Science - 198 pages
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The 22th Gunma Symposium provided an international forum at which scientists could exchange and discuss information on the latest developments in brain peptide research --- an area currently attracting considerable interest. The book includes papers on important immuno-cytochemical, anatomical and physiological aspects of endocrinology. Other contributions discuss the co-existence of various hormones and the connections between nuclei.
 

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Contents

Preface
9
Comparative Immunocytochemical Localization
21
Neuroanatomical Aspects of Regulation of Gonadotropin
33
Coexistence of Bioactive Peptides in Certain Hypothalamic
45
Coexistence of Neurohypophysial Hormones with Other
57
Immunocytochemical Identification of the Corticotropin
69
Distribution of Certain Peptide Neurons in the
81
Somatostatin Neurons in the Diencephalon
93
Relationship between Noradrenergic Afferents and
113
Neural Connections between the Hypothalamic Paraventricular
121
Afferent Inputs to the Supraoptic Nucleus of the
135
Neural Mechanism Underlying the Amplitude Modulation
145
Immunocytochemical Localization of Substance P
157
Experimental Immunohistochemical Studies on Neuropeptides
171
Closing Address at the 22nd Gunma Symposium
197
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