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    1. Mikkelsen, JD; Hauser, F; deLecea, L; Sutcliffe, JG; Kilduff, TS; Calgari, C; Pevet, P; Simonneaux, V
      Hypocretin (orexin) in the rat pineal gland: a central transmitter with effects on noradrenaline-induced release of melatonin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Garidou, ML; Bartol, I; Calgari, C; Pevet, P; Simonneaux, V
      In vivo observation of a non-noradrenergic regulation of arylalkylamine N-acetyltransferase gene expression in the rat pineal complex

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Schuster, C; Gauer, F; Malan, A; Recio, J; Pevet, P; Masson-Pevet, M
      The circadian clock, light/dark cycle and melatonin are differentially involved in the expression of daily and photoperiodic variations in mt(1) melatonin receptors in the Siberian and Syrian hamsters

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Menet, J; Vuillez, P; Jacob, N; Pevet, P
      Intergeniculate leaflets lesion delays but does not prevent the integration of photoperiodic change by the suprachiasmatic nuclei

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Schuster, C; Gauer, F; Guerrero, H; Lakhdar-Ghazal, N; Pevet, P; Masson-Pevet, M
      Photic regulation of mt(1) melatonin receptors in the Siberian hamster pars tuberalis and suprachiasmatic nuclei: Involvement of the circadian clock and intergeniculate leaflet

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Barassin, S; Kalsbeek, A; Saboureau, M; Bothorel, B; Vivien-Roels, B; Malan, A; Buijs, RM; Pevet, P
      Potentiation effect of vasopressin on melatonin secretion as determined bytrans-pineal microdialysis in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    7. Kalsbeek, A; Garidou, ML; Palm, IF; van der Vliet, J; Simonneaux, V; Pevet, P; Buijs, RM
      Melatonin sees the light: blocking GABA-ergic transmission in the paraventricular nucleus induces daytime secretion of melatonin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. von Gall, C; Lewy, A; Schomerus, C; Vivien-Roels, B; Pevet, P; Korf, HW; Stehle, JH
      Transcription factor dynamics and neuroendocrine signalling in the mouse pineal gland: a comparative analysis of melatonin-deficient C57BL mice and melatonin-proficient C3H mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Djeridane, Y; Pitrosky, B; Vivien-Roels, B; Simonneaux, V; Kirsch, R; Pevet, P
      Long-term daily melatonin infusion induces a large increase in N-acetyltransferase activity, hydroxyindole-O-methyltransferase activity, and melatonin content in the Harderian gland and eye of pinealectomized male Siberian hamsters (Phodopus sungorus)

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    10. Zawilska, JB; Vivien-Roels, B; Skene, DJ; Pevet, P; Nowak, JZ
      Phase-shifting effects of light on the circadian rhythms of 5-methoxytryptophol and melatonin in the chick pineal gland

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    11. Ribelayga, C; Pevet, P; Simonneaux, V
      HIOMT drives the photoperiodic changes in the amplitude of the melatonin peak of the Siberian hamster

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Guerrero, HY; Gauer, F; Schuster, C; Pevet, P; Masson-Pevet, M
      Melatonin regulates the mRNA expression of the mt(1) melatonin receptor inthe rat pars tuberalis

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Zawilska, JB; Rosiak, J; Vivien-Roels, B; Skene, DJ; Pevet, P; Nowak, JZ
      Effects of cycloheximide and aminophylline on 5-methoxytryptophol and melatonin contents in the chick pineal gland

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Slotten, HA; Pitrosky, B; Pevet, P
      Entrainment of rat circadian rhythms by melatonin does not depend on the serotonergic afferents to the suprachiasmatic nuclei

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Simonneaux, V; Rodeau, JL; Calgari, C; Pevet, P
      Neuropeptide Y increases intracellular calcium in rat pinealocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Slotten, HA; Pitrosky, B; Pevet, P
      Influence of the mode of daily melatonin administration on entrainment of rat circadian rhythms

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    17. Ribelayga, C; Garidou, ML; Malan, A; Gauer, F; Calgari, C; Pevet, P; Simonneaux, V
      Photoperiodic control of the rat pineal arylalkylamine-N-acetyltransferaseand hydroxyindole-O-methyltransferase gene expression and its effect on melatonin synthesis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    18. Barassin, S; Saboureau, M; Kalsbeek, A; Bothorel, B; Vivien-Roels, B; Malan, A; Buijs, RM; Guardiola-Lemaitre, B; Pevet, P
      Interindividual differences in the pattern of melatonin secretion of the Wistar rat

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    19. Vivien-Roels, B; Pevet, P; Zarazaga, L; Malpaux, B; Chemineau, P
      Daily and light-at-night induced variations of circulating 5-methoxytryptophol (5-ML) in ewes with respectively high and low nocturnal melatonin secretion.

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    20. Saboureau, M; Masson-Pevet, M; Canguilhem, B; Pevet, P
      Circannual reproductive rhythm in the European hamster (Cricetus cricetus): Demonstration of the existence of an annual phase of sensitivity to shortphotoperiod

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    21. Nielsen, FS; Hansen, HP; Jacobsen, P; Rossing, P; Smidt, UM; Christensen, NJ; Pevet, P; Vivien-Roels, B; Parving, HH
      Increased sympathetic activity during sleep and nocturnal hypertension in Type 2 diabetic patients with diabetic nephropathy

      DIABETIC MEDICINE
    22. Pitrosky, B; Kirsch, R; Malan, A; Mocaer, E; Pevet, P
      Organization of rat circadian rhythms during daily infusion of melatonin or S20098, a melatonin agonist

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Klante, G; Secci, K; Masson-Pevet, R; Pevet, P; Vivien-Roels, B; Steinlechner, S; Wollnik, F
      Interstrain differences in activity pattern, pineal function, and SCN melatonin receptor density of rats

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Djeridane, Y; Klosen, P; Vivien-Roels, B; Simonneaux, V; Pevet, P
      Immunohistochemical evidence for the presence of tryptophan hydroxylase and serotonin in the rodent Harderian gland

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    25. Gauer, F; Poirel, VJ; Garidou, ML; Simonneaux, V; Pevet, P
      Molecular cloning of the arylalkylamine-N-acetyltransferase and daily variations of its mRNA expression in the Syrian hamster pineal gland

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Bucher, B; Gauer, F; Pevet, P; Masson-Pevet, M
      Vasoconstrictor effects of various melatonin analogs on the rat tail artery in the presence of phenylephrine

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Djeridane, Y; Simonneaux, V; Klosen, P; Vivien-Roels, B; Pevet, P
      Immunohistochemical characterisation of epithelial cells of rodent harderian glands in primary culture

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    28. Ribelayga, C; Gauer, F; Calgari, C; Pevet, P; Simonneaux, V
      Photoneural regulation of rat pineal hydroxyindole-O-methyltransferase (HIOMT) messenger ribonucleic acid expression: An analysis of its complex relationship with HIOMT activity

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    29. Schuhler, S; Pitrosky, B; Saboureau, M; Lakhdar-Ghazal, N; Pevet, P
      Role of the thalamic intergeniculate leaflet and its 5-HT afferences in the chronobiological properties of 8-OH-DPAT and triazolam in Syrian hamster

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Jacob, N; Vuillez, P; Lakdhar-Ghazal, N; Pevet, P
      Does the intergeniculate leaflet play a role in the integration of the photoperiod by the suprachiasmatic nucleus?

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. VUILLEZ P; JACOB N; TECLEMARIAMMESBAH R; VANROSSUM A; VIVIENROELS B; PEVET P
      EFFECT OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 ON LIGHT-INDUCED FOS EXPRESSION IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI AND ON MELATONIN PRODUCTION IN THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    32. RECIO J; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      REGULATION OF MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN THE PARS TUBERALIS OF SYRIAN-HAMSTERS TRANSFERRED FROM LONG TO SHORT PHOTOPERIOD - IMPLICATION OF MELATONIN AND TESTOSTERONE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    33. RIBELAYGA C; GAUER F; PEVET P; SIMONNEAUX V
      PHOTONEURAL REGULATION OF HIOMT MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT PINEAL-GLAND

      European journal of neuroscience
    34. PEVET MM; RECIO J; GUERRERO HY; MOCAER E; DELAGRANGE P; GUARDIOLALEMAITRE B; PEVET P
      EFFECTS OF 2 MELATONIN ANALOGS, S-20098 AND S-20928, ON MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN THE PARS TUBERALIS OF THE RAT

      Journal of pineal research
    35. DJERIDANE Y; VIVIENROELS B; SIMONNEAUX V; MIGUEZ JM; PEVET P
      EVIDENCE FOR MELATONIN SYNTHESIS IN RODENT HARDERIAN-GLAND - A DYNAMIC IN-VITRO STUDY

      Journal of pineal research
    36. RECIO J; GAUER F; SCHUSTER C; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      DAILY AND PHOTOPERIODIC 2-I-125-MELATONIN BINDING CHANGES IN THE PARSTUBERALIS OF THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER (MESOCRICETUS-AURATUS) - EFFECT OF CONSTANT LIGHT EXPOSURE AND PINEALECTOMY

      Journal of pineal research
    37. SIMONNEAUX V; KIENLENCAMPARD P; LOEFFLER JP; BASILLE M; GONZALEZ BJ; VAUDRY H; ROBBERECHT P; PEVET P
      PHARMACOLOGICAL, MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDE PITUITARY ADENYLATE CYCLASE-ACTIVATING POLYPEPTIDE RECEPTORS IN THE RAT PINEAL-GLAND

      Neuroscience
    38. SCHUHLER S; SABOUREAU M; PITROSKY B; PEVET P
      IN SYRIAN-HAMSTERS, 5-HT FIBERS WITHIN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI ARENECESSARY FOR THE EXPRESSION OF 8-OH-DPAT INDUCED PHASE-ADVANCE OF LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY RHYTHM

      Neuroscience letters
    39. RIBELAYGA C; GAUER F; PEVET P; SIMONNEAUX V
      DISTRIBUTION OF HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT-BRAIN - AN IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION STUDY

      Cell and tissue research
    40. MOLLER M; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P
      ANNUAL VARIATIONS OF THE NPYERGIC INNERVATION OF THE PINEAL-GLAND IN THE EUROPEAN HAMSTER (CRICETUS-CRICETUS) - A QUANTITATIVE IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Cell and tissue research
    41. GAUER F; SCHUSTER C; POIREL VJ; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      CLONING EXPERIMENTS AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF BOTH MELATONIN RECEPTOR ME1(1A) MESSENGER-RNA AND MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI

      Molecular brain research
    42. RIBELAYGA C; GAUER F; PEVET P; SIMONNEAUX V
      ONTOGENY OF HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE GENE-EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY IN THE RAT PINEAL-GLAND

      Developmental brain research
    43. Pevet, P
      Melatonin and biological rhythms

      THERAPIE
    44. RIBELAYGA C; PEVET P; SIMONNEAUX V
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y IN THE SEASONAL CONTROL OF HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN THE PINEAL-GLAND OF THE EUROPEAN HAMSTER (CRICETUS-CRICETUS)

      Brain research
    45. Jacob, N; Vuillez, P; Moller, M; Pevet, P
      Photoperiodic dependent changes in the number of neurons containing mRNA encoding neuropeptide Y in the intergeniculate leaflet of the Syrian hamster

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    46. NIELSEN FS; HANSEN HP; JACOBSEN P; ROSSING P; SMIDT UM; CHRISTENSEN NJ; PEVET P; VIVIENROELS B; PARVING HH
      INCREASED SYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY DURING SLEEP AND NOCTURNAL HYPERTENSION IN NIDDM PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY

      Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
    47. SIMONNEAUX V; MIGUEZ JM; PEVET P
      PEPTIDERGIC MODULATION OF SEROTONIN RELEASE FROM CULTURED RAT PINEALOCYTES

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    48. CHALLET E; PEVET P; MALAN A
      LESION OF THE SEROTONERGIC TERMINALS IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI LIMITS THE PHASE ADVANCE OF BODY-TEMPERATURE RHYTHM IN FOOD-RESTRICTED RATS FED DURING DAYTIME

      Journal of biological rhythms
    49. CHALLET E; PEVET P; VIVIENROELS B; MALAN A
      PHASE-ADVANCED DAILY RHYTHMS OF MELATONIN, BODY-TEMPERATURE, AND LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN FOOD-RESTRICTED RATS FED DURING DAYTIME

      Journal of biological rhythms
    50. MIGUEZ JM; SIMONNEAUX V; PEVET P
      THE ROLE OF THE INTRACELLULAR AND EXTRACELLULAR SEROTONIN IN THE REGULATION OF MELATONIN PRODUCTION IN RAT PINEALOCYTES

      Journal of pineal research
    51. CHALLET E; PEVET P; LAKHDARGHAZAL N; MALAN A
      VENTROMEDIAL NUCLEI OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS ARE INVOLVED IN THE PHASE ADVANCE OF TEMPERATURE AND ACTIVITY RHYTHMS IN FOOD-RESTRICTED RATS FED DURING DAYTIME

      Brain research bulletin
    52. GAUER F; SCHUSTER C; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      EFFECT OF A LIGHT-PULSE ON MELATONIN RECEPTOR DENSITY AND MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN SIBERIAN HAMSTER SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI

      Neuroscience letters
    53. JACOB N; VUILLEZ P; PEVET P
      PHOTOPERIOD DOES NOT ACT ON THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS PHOTOSENSITIVE PHASE THROUGH THE ENDOGENOUS MELATONIN, IN THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER

      Neuroscience letters
    54. SIMONNEAUX V; VUILLEZ P; EDER U; MIGUEZ JM; PEVET P; FISCHERCOLBRIE R
      SECRETONEURIN - A NEW NEUROPEPTIDE IN THE RODENT PINEAL-GLAND

      Cell and tissue research
    55. HUMBERT W; CUISINIER F; VOEGEL JC; PEVET P
      A POSSIBLE ROLE OF COLLAGEN FIBRILS IN THE PROCESS OF CALCIFICATION OBSERVED IN THE CAPSULE OF THE PINEAL-GLAND IN AGING RATS

      Cell and tissue research
    56. NURNBERGER F; PLESCHKA K; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P
      SOMATOSTATIN SYSTEM OF THE BRAIN AND HIBERNATION IN THE EUROPEAN HAMSTER (CRICETUS-CRICETUS)

      Cell and tissue research
    57. TECLEMARIAMMESBAH R; KALSBEEK A; BUIJS RM; PEVET P
      OXYTOCIN INNERVATION OF SPINAL PREGANGLIONIC NEURONS PROJECTING TO THE SUPERIOR CERVICAL-GANGLION IN THE RAT

      Cell and tissue research
    58. PEVET P; JACOB N; LAKHDARGHAZAL N; VUILLEZ P
      HOW DO THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS INTEGRATE PHOTOPERIODIC INFORMATION

      Biology of the cell
    59. CHALLET E; PEVET P; MALAN A
      EFFECT OF PROLONGED FASTING AND SUBSEQUENT REFEEDING ON FREE-RUNNING RHYTHMS OF TEMPERATURE AND LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    60. VIVIENROELS B; PITROSKY B; ZITOUNI M; MALAN A; CANGUILHEM B; BONN D; PEVET P
      ENVIRONMENTAL-CONTROL OF THE SEASONAL-VARIATIONS IN THE DAILY PATTERNOF MELATONIN SYNTHESIS IN THE EUROPEAN HAMSTER, CRICETUS-CRICETUS

      General and comparative endocrinology
    61. RIBELAYGA C; PEVET P; SIMONNEAUX V
      ADRENERGIC AND PEPTIDERGIC REGULATIONS OF HYDROXYINDOLE-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN RAT PINEAL-GLAND

      Brain research
    62. CHALLET E; JACOB N; VUILLEZ P; PEVET P; MALAN A
      FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE CIRCADIAN TIMING SYSTEM OF CALORIE-RESTRICTED RATS FED AT DAWN - DAILY RHYTHMS AND LIGHT PULSE-INDUCED CHANGES

      Brain research
    63. TECLEMARIAMMESBAH R; KALSBEEK A; PEVET P; BUIJS RM
      DIRECT VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDE-CONTAINING PROJECTION FROM THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS TO SPINAL PROJECTING HYPOTHALAMIC PARAVENTRICULAR NEURONS

      Brain research
    64. SEYAMA Y; OTSUKA H; OHASHI K; VIVIENROELS B; PEVET P
      SEXUAL DIVERSITY OF THE LIPID-METABOLISM IN THE HARDERIAN-GLAND OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER

      Microscopy research and technique
    65. ZITOUNI M; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      BRAIN AND PITUITARY MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN MALE-RAT DURING POSTNATAL AND PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE EFFECT OF PINEALECTOMY AND TESTOSTERONE MANIPULATION

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    66. MIGUEZ JM; SIMMONNEAUX V; PEVET P
      CHANGES IN PINEAL INDOLEAMINES IN RATS AFTER SINGLE MELATONIN INJECTIONS - EVIDENCE FOR A DIURNAL SENSITIVITY TO MELATONIN

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    67. PITROSKY B; KIRSCH R; VIVIENROELS B; GEORGBENTZ I; CANGUILHEM B; PEVET P
      MELATONIN AND SEASONALITY - FILLING THE GAP - REPLY

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    68. RECIO J; PEVET P; MASSONPEVET M
      SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF PHOTICALLY INDUCED INCREASE IN MELATONIN RECEPTOR DENSITY AND FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEIOF THE RAT

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    69. RECIO J; PEVET P; VIVIENROELS B; MIGUEZ JM; MASSONPEVET M
      DAILY AND PHOTOPERIODIC MELATONIN BINDING CHANGES IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI, PARAVENTRICULAR THALAMIC NUCLEI, AND PARS TUBERALIS OF THEFEMALE SIBERIAN HAMSTER (PHODOPUS-SUNGORUS)

      Journal of biological rhythms
    70. MIGUEZ JM; RECIO J; VIVIENROELS B; PEVET P
      DIURNAL CHANGES IN THE CONTENT OF INDOLEAMINES CATECHOLAMINES, AND METHOXYINDOLES IN THE PINEAL-GLAND OF THE DJUNGARIAN HAMSTER (PHODOPUS-SUNGORUS) - EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD

      Journal of pineal research
    71. HUMBERT W; PEVET P
      ELECTRON-PROBE X-RAY-MICROANALYSIS OF THE ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF THE PINEAL-GLAND OF YOUNG-ADULTS AND AGED RATS

      Journal of pineal research
    72. MASSONPEVET M; BIANCHI L; PEVET P
      CIRCADIAN PHOTIC REGULATION OF MELATONIN RECEPTOR DENSITY IN RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI - COMPARISON WITH LIGHT INDUCTION OF FOS-RELATED PROTEIN

      Journal of neuroscience research
    73. CHALLET E; PEVET P; MALAN A
      INTERGENICULATE LEAFLET LESION AND DAILY RHYTHMS IN FOOD-RESTRICTED RATS FED DURING DAYTIME

      Neuroscience letters
    74. RECIO J; PEVET P; MIGUEZ JM; MASSONPEVET M
      MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI AND PARS TUBERALIS OF TESTOSTERONE INDUCED PHOTORESPONSIVE RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    75. CHALLET E; MALAN A; PEVET P
      DAILY HYPOCALORIC FEEDING ENTRAINS CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS OF WHEEL-RUNNINGAND BODY-TEMPERATURE IN RATS KEPT IN CONSTANT DARKNESS

      Neuroscience letters
    76. CUTRERA RA; SABOUREAU M; PEVET P
      PHASE-SHIFTING EFFECT OF 8-OH-DPAT, A 5-HT1A 5-HT7 RECEPTOR AGONIST, ON LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY IN GOLDEN-HAMSTER IN CONSTANT DARKNESS/

      Neuroscience letters
    77. VUILLEZ P; JACOB N; TECLEMARIAMMESBAH R; PEVET P
      IN SYRIAN AND EUROPEAN HAMSTERS, THE DURATION OF SENSITIVE PHASE TO LIGHT OF THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI DEPENDS ON THE PHOTOPERIOD

      Neuroscience letters
    78. SIMONNEAUX V; KOZAK R; ARSENIJEVIC Y; PEVET P
      VASOPRESSIN POTENTIATION OF THE MELATONIN SYNTHETIC PATHWAY VIA SPECIFIC V-1A RECEPTORS IN THE RAT PINEAL-GLAND

      Regulatory peptides
    79. GOLOMBEK DA; PEVET P; CARDINALI DP
      MELATONIN EFFECTS ON BEHAVIOR - POSSIBLE MEDIATION BY THE CENTRAL GABAERGIC SYSTEM

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    80. MIGUEZ JN; SIMONNEAUX V; PEVET P
      EFFECTS OF MELATONIN ON SEROTONIN SECRETION FROM RAT PINEAL GLANDS

      Journal of physiology
    81. MIGUEZ JM; SIMONNEAUX V; PEVET P
      EVIDENCE FOR A REGULATORY ROLE OF MELATONIN ON SEROTONIN RELEASE AND UPTAKE IN THE PINEAL-GLAND

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    82. PITROSKY B; KIRSCH R; VIVIENROELS B; GEORGBENTZ I; CANGUILHEM B; PEVET P
      THE PHOTOPERIODIC RESPONSE IN SYRIAN-HAMSTER DEPENDS UPON A MELATONIN-DRIVEN CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF SENSITIVITY TO MELATONIN

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    83. STEHLE JH; FOULKES NS; PEVET P; SASSONECORSI P
      DEVELOPMENTAL MATURATION OF PINEAL-GLAND FUNCTION - SYNCHRONIZED CREMINDUCIBILITY AND ADRENERGIC-STIMULATION

      Molecular endocrinology
    84. MIGUEZ JM; RECIO J; VIVIENROELS B; PEVET P
      DAILY VARIATION IN THE CONTENT OF INDOLEAMINES, CATECHOLAMINES AND RELATED-COMPOUNDS IN THE PINEAL-GLAND OF SYRIAN-HAMSTERS KEPT UNDER LONGAND SHORT PHOTOPERIODS

      Journal of pineal research
    85. HUMBERT W; PEVET P
      THE PINEAL-GLAND OF THE AGING RAT - CALCIUM LOCALIZATION AND VARIATION IN THE NUMBER OF PINEALOCYTES

      Journal of pineal research
    86. TECLEMARIAMMESBAH R; VUILLEZ P; VANROSSUM A; PEVET P
      TIME-COURSE OF NEURONAL SENSITIVITY TO LIGHT IN THE CIRCADIAN TIMING SYSTEM OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER

      Neuroscience letters
    87. LAKHDARGHAZAL N; OUKOUCHOUD R; PEVET P
      SEASONAL-VARIATION IN NPY IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS OF THE JERBOA (JACULUS-ORIENTALIS), A DESERT HIBERNATOR

      Neuroscience letters
    88. HUMBERT W; PEVET P
      CALCIUM CONCRETIONS IN THE PINEAL-GLAND OF AGED RATS - AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND MICROANALYTICAL STUDY OF THEIR BIOGENESIS

      Cell and tissue research
    89. ZITOUNI M; MASSONPEVET M; GAUER F; PEVET P
      INFLUENCE OF MATERNAL MELATONIN ON MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN RAT OFFSPRING

      Journal of neural transmission
    90. LAKHDARGHAZAL N; DUBOISDAUPHIN M; HERMES MLHJ; BUIJS RM; BENGELLOUN WA; PEVET P
      VASOPRESSIN IN THE BRAIN OF A DESERT HIBERNATOR, THE JERBOA (JACULUS-ORIENTALIS) - PRESENCE OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM AND SEASONAL-VARIATION

      Journal of comparative neurology
    91. SEYAMA Y; OTSUKA H; OHASHI K; VIVIENROELS B; PEVET P
      SEXUAL DIMORPHISM OF LIPIDS IN HARDERIAN GLANDS OF GOLDEN-HAMSTERS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    92. MENGEAUD V; SKENE D; PEVET P; ORTONNE JP
      NO HIGH-AFFINITY MELATONIN BINDING-SITES ARE DETECTED IN MURINE MELANOMA-CELLS AND IN NORMAL HUMAN MELANOCYTES CULTURED IN-VITRO

      Melanoma research
    93. MASSONPEVET M; NAIMI F; CANGUILHEM B; SABOUREAU M; BONN D; PEVET P
      ARE THE ANNUAL REPRODUCTIVE AND BODY-WEIGHT RHYTHMS IN THE MALE EUROPEAN HAMSTER (CRICETUS-CRICETUS) DEPENDENT UPON A PHOTOPERIODICALLY ENTRAINED CIRCANNUAL CLOCK

      Journal of pineal research
    94. GAUER F; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF MELATONIN RECEPTORS BY SHORT-TERM VERSUS LONG-TERM PINEALECTOMY IN THE RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI AND PARS TUBERALIS

      Journal of pineal research
    95. CUTRERA RA; OUAROUR A; PEVET P
      EFFECTS OF THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST 8-OH-DPAT AND OTHER NON-PHOTICSTIMULI ON THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF WHEEL-RUNNING ACTIVITY IN HAMSTERSUNDER DIFFERENT CONSTANT CONDITIONS

      Neuroscience letters
    96. GAUER F; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P
      THE NMDA ANTAGONIST MK-801 BLOCKS LIGHT EFFECT ON MELATONIN RECEPTOR DENSITY IN RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI

      Neuroscience letters
    97. COTOMONTES A; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P; MOLLER M
      THE PRESENCE OF OPIOIDERGIC PINEALOCYTES IN THE PINEAL-GLAND OF THE EUROPEAN HAMSTER (CRICETUS-CRICETUS) - AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Cell and tissue research
    98. MASSONPEVET M; GEORGE D; KALSBEEK A; SABOUREAU M; LAKHDARGHAZAL N; PEVET P
      AN ATTEMPT TO CORRELATE BRAIN-AREAS CONTAINING MELATONIN-BINDING SITES WITH RHYTHMIC FUNCTIONS - A STUDY IN 5 HIBERNATOR SPECIES

      Cell and tissue research
    99. HARTWICH M; KALSBEEK A; PEVET P; NURNBERGER F
      EFFECTS OF ILLUMINATION AND ENUCLEATION ON SUBSTANCE-P-IMMUNOREACTIVESTRUCTURES IN SUBCORTICAL VISUAL CENTERS OF GOLDEN-HAMSTER AND WISTARRAT

      Cell and tissue research
    100. GAUER F; MASSONPEVET M; PEVET P
      SEASONAL REGULATION OF MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN RODENT PARS TUBERALIS -CORRELATION WITH REPRODUCTIVE STATE

      Journal of neural transmission


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