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Pancreatic endocrine cells have been considered APUD cells and been thought to be of neural crest origin. Neonatal rats were passively immunized with nerve growth factor antiserum and the development of neural crest derived superior cervical ganglia was markedly inhibited. The pancreatic content...
The proteolytic degradation of relaxin during its isolation from pregnant sow ovaries has been examined. Ovaries from pregnant sows were selected and divided into three groups according to the stages of pregnancy. Each group was extracted with and without protease inhibitors. It was found that...
Previous investigations have shown that hypothalamic luteinizing hormone releasing hormone (LHRH) is localized within a subcellular fraction equivalent or similar to the synaptosome or nerve ending particle. In the present study, the ovariectomized adult rat was employed to investigate the...
Androgen binding protein (ABP) was measured at five-day intervals from 20 to 50 days of age in the epididymides of rats fed a low protein diet. The results were compared to findings made in age-matched controls fed a standard laboratory diet. ABP was consistently lower in the caputs of the...
Three amenorrheic runners of normal body weight, in whom organic disease had been excluded, were found to exhibit: (1) normal body composition, (2) low baseline concentrations of serum LH and normal concentrations of FSH, (3) normal to hyper-responsiveness of LH and FSH to GnRH testing, and (4)...
Cysteine-rich proteins were isolated from the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal tract of dogs by high performance molecular weight chromatography. Trypsin digestion of these proteins produced a low molecular weight (LMW) peptide which was identified, by chemical and immunological assays, as (Arg)...
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