Adrenal steroid receptors and actions in the nervous system

Adrenal steroid receptors and actions in the nervous system I. Introduction .......................................................... II. Adrenal Steroid and Possible Subtypes ....................... A. Uptake of radiolabeled adrenal steroids by .................... B. Binding in vitro to soluble receptor sites ............................ C. Topography of cytosolic and corticosterone-preferring ...................................................... D. Corticosteroid-binding globulinlike binders .......................... E. Functional significance of receptor heterogeneity for adrenal steroids F. Neuroanatomical localization of adrenal steroid ............ G. Summary ......................................................... III. Regulation of Adrenal Steroid Receptor System ........................ A. Overview .......................................................... B. Changes in receptor number during life span ........................ C. Receptor regulation by adrenal steroids ............................. ....................................... D. Regulation by neuropeptides E. Changes in hippocampus corticosterone receptor capacity by lesions and neurotransmitters ......................................... F. Summary ......................................................... IV. Neurochemical and Cellular Actions of Adrenal Steroids ................ A. Introduction ....................................................... B. RNA and protein synthesis ......................................... C. Amino acids ....................................................... D. Serotonin ......................................................... E. Catecholamines .................................................... F. Cyclic AMP generation ............................................. G. Phosphoproteins ................................................... H. Neuropeptides and adrenal steroids ................................. I. effects on glial cells .................................. J. effects on axonal sprouting ........................... K. Ornithine decarboxylase ........................................... L. Summary ......................................................... V. Adrenal Steroid Actions on Neuroendocrine Function and Behavior ...... A. Feedback regulation of pituitary-adrenal function ................... B. s and cell loss ........................................ C. Pathological consequences of corticosterone hypersecretion ........... D. Effects http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physiological Reviews The American Physiological Society

Adrenal steroid receptors and actions in the nervous system

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I. Introduction .......................................................... II. Adrenal Steroid and Possible Subtypes ....................... A. Uptake of radiolabeled adrenal steroids by .................... B. Binding in vitro to soluble receptor sites ............................ C. Topography of cytosolic and corticosterone-preferring ...................................................... D. Corticosteroid-binding globulinlike binders .......................... E. Functional significance of receptor heterogeneity for adrenal steroids F. Neuroanatomical localization of adrenal steroid ............ G. Summary ......................................................... III. Regulation of Adrenal Steroid Receptor System ........................ A. Overview .......................................................... B. Changes in receptor number during life span ........................ C. Receptor regulation by adrenal steroids ............................. ....................................... D. Regulation by neuropeptides E. Changes in hippocampus corticosterone receptor capacity by lesions and neurotransmitters ......................................... F. Summary ......................................................... IV. Neurochemical and Cellular Actions of Adrenal Steroids ................ A. Introduction ....................................................... B. RNA and protein synthesis ......................................... C. Amino acids ....................................................... D. Serotonin ......................................................... E. Catecholamines .................................................... F. Cyclic AMP generation ............................................. G. Phosphoproteins ................................................... H. Neuropeptides and adrenal steroids ................................. I. effects on glial cells .................................. J. effects on axonal sprouting ........................... K. Ornithine decarboxylase ........................................... L. Summary ......................................................... V. Adrenal Steroid Actions on Neuroendocrine Function and Behavior ...... A. Feedback regulation of pituitary-adrenal function ................... B. s and cell loss ........................................ C. Pathological consequences of corticosterone hypersecretion ........... D. Effects

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Physiological ReviewsThe American Physiological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1986

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