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    1. Kramer, BMR; Kolk, SM; Berghs, CAFM; Tuinhof, R; Ubink, R; Jenks, BG; Roubos, EW
      Dynamics and plasticity of peptidergic control centres in the retino-brain-pituitary system of Xenopus laevis

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    2. Van Cauwenberge, A; Nonclercq, D; Laurent, G; Zanen, J; Beckers, JF; Alexandre, H; Heuson-Stiennon, JA; Toubeau, G
      Immunohistochemistry of the golden hamster pituitary during chronic administration of diethylstilbestrol: a quantitative analysis using confocal laser scanning microscopy

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    3. van der Kolk, JH; Nachreiner, RF; Schott, HC; Refsal, KR; Zanella, AJ
      Salivary and plasma concentration of cortisol in normal horses and horses with Cushing's disease

      EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL
    4. van der Kolk, JH; Ijzer, J; Overgaauw, PAM; van der Linde-Sipman, JS
      Pituitary-independent Cushing's syndrome in a horse

      EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL
    5. Lincoln, GA; Rhind, SM; Pompolo, S; Clarke, IJ
      Hypothalamic control of photoperiod-induced cycles in food intake, body weight, and metabolic hormones in rams

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Saland, LC
      The mammalian pituitary intermediate lobe: An update on innervation and regulation

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    7. Villaplana, M; Ayala, AG; Hernandez, MPG; Agulleiro, B
      Immunocytochemical and ultrastructural characterization of somatolactin cells from the gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata L., Teleostei): an ontogenicstudy (from newly hatched to adults)

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    8. Lopez-Santiago, LF; Gomora, JC; Cota, G
      Postnatal decrease of sodium current density in rat pituitary melanotropesfollowing the onset of dopaminergic innervation

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    9. Ebersole, TJ; Conlon, JM; Goetz, FW; Boyd, SK
      Characterization and distribution of neuropeptide Y in the brain of a caecilian amphibian

      PEPTIDES
    10. Vazquez-Martinez, R; Malagon, MM; Castano, JP; Tonon, MC; Vaudry, H; Gracia-Navarro, F
      Amphibian melanotrope subpopulations respond differentially to hypothalamic secueto-inhibitors

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    11. Kramer, BMR; Welting, J; Berghs, CAFM; Jenks, BG; Roubos, EW
      Functional organization of the suprachiasmatic nucleus of Xenopus laevis in relation to background adaptation

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    12. Vazquez-Martinez, R; Peinado, JR; De Aguilar, JLG; Desrues, L; Tonon, MC; Vaudry, H; Gracia-Navarro, F; Malagon, MM
      Melanotrope cell plasticity: A key mechanism for the physiological adaptation to background color changes

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Allaerts, W; Koopman, WJH; Verlaan, BPJ; Buzzi, M; Steerenberg, PA
      Endogenous production of nitric oxide and effects of nitric oxide and superoxide on melanotrope functioning in the pituitary pars intermedia of Xenopus laevis

      NITRIC OXIDE-BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    14. Kuiper, RP; Waterham, HR; Rotter, J; Bouw, G; Martens, GJM
      Differential induction of two p24 delta putative cargo receptors upon activation of a prohormone-producing cell

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    15. Kolk, SM; Nordquist, R; Tuinhof, R; Gagliardini, L; Thompson, B; Cools, AR; Roubos, EW
      Localization and physiological regulation of the exocytosis protein SNAP-25 in the brain and pituitary gland of Xenopus laevis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Barbeito, CG; Surur, JM; Badran, AF
      Mitotic activity of the pars intermedia in the female mouse: Age-associated variations in proliferation rate and circadian periodicity

      CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    17. Mansvelder, HD; Kits, KS
      Calcium channels and the release of large dense core vesicles from neuroendocrine cells: spatial organization and functional coupling

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    18. Wlaschitz, S; Frohlich, W; Riedelberger, K
      The Equine Cushing's syndrome in a female horse

      WIENER TIERARZTLICHE MONATSSCHRIFT
    19. Mansvelder, HD; Kits, KS
      All classes of calcium channel couple with equal efficiency to exocytosis in rat melanotropes, inducing linear stimulus-secretion coupling

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    20. Matsumoto, M; Watanabe, YG
      Differentiating ability of the pars intermedia in hypothalectomized frog tadpoles

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. Lebaili, N; Bensalem, M; Stoeckel, ME
      The pituitary intermediate lobe of the hydrated and dehydrated gerbil - Animmunohistochemical and electron-microscopic study

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    22. Horvath, E; Kovacs, K; Lloyd, RV
      Pars intermedia of the human pituitary revisited: Morphologic aspects and frequency of hyperplasia of POMC-peptide immunoreactive cells

      ENDOCRINE PATHOLOGY
    23. Nemethy, Z; Makara, GB; Acs, Z
      Effect of cholinergic drugs on the concentration of intracellular free calcium of rat pituitary intermediate lobe cells

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    24. Berghs, CAFM; Korteweg, N; Bouteiller, A; Tuinhof, R; Asbreuk, C; Verhage, M; Roubos, EW
      Co-expression in Xenopus neurons and neuroendocrine cells of messenger RNAhomologues of exocytosis proteins DOC2 and munc18-1

      NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Zerbe, CA
      The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and pathophysiology of hyperadrenocorticism

      COMPENDIUM ON CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR THE PRACTICING VETERINARIAN
    26. Hansen, SL; Fjalland, B; Jackson, MB
      Differential blockade of gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptors by the neuroactive steroid dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate in posterior and intermediate pituitary

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Vazquez-Martinez, RM; Malagon, MM; van Strien, FJC; Jespersen, S; van der Greef, J; Roubos, EW; Gracia-Navarro, F
      Analysis by mass spectrometry of POMC-derived peptides in amphibian melanotrope subpopulations

      LIFE SCIENCES
    28. Wolfe, SE; Morris, SJ
      Dopamine D-2 receptor isoforms expressed in AtT20 cells differentially couple to G proteins to acutely inhibit high voltage-activated calcium channels

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    29. Wolfe, SE; Howard, DE; Schetz, JA; Cheng, CJ; Webber, R; Beatty, DM; Chronwall, BM; Morris, SJ
      Dopamine D-2-receptor isoforms expressed in AtT20 cells inhibit Q-type high-voltage-activated Ca2+ channels via a membrane-delimited pathway

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    30. Lyons, HJ; Lyons, LF; Taraskevich, PS
      Potassium-induced secretion of melanocyte-stimulating hormone from the melanotrophs of the neurointermediate lobe of the lizard Anolis carolinensis

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    31. Mousa, MA; Mousa, SA
      Immunocytochemical study on the localization and distribution of the somatolactin cells in the pituitary gland and the brain of Oreochromis niloticus(Teleostei, Cichlidae)

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    32. De Aguilar, JLG; Malagon, MM; Vazquez-Martinez, RM; Martinez-Fuentes, AJ; Tonon, MC; Vaudry, H; Gracia-Navarro, F
      Differential effects of dopamine on two frog melanotrope cell subpopulations

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    33. NEMETHY Z; HORVATH G; MAKARA GB; ACS Z; BARNA I
      CATECHOLAMINERGIC CONTROL OF INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM AND BETA-ENDORPHIN SECRETION OF RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE CELLS

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    34. CHRONWALL BM; SANDS SA; CUMMINGS KC; HAGLER KE; NORBERG M; MORRIS SJ; GARY KA
      DIFFERENTIAL INNERVATION OF INDIVIDUAL MELANOTROPES SUGGESTS A ROLE FOR NONSYNAPTIC INHIBITORY REGULATION OF THE DEVELOPING AND ADULT-RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE

      Synapse
    35. ROSE MF; ROSE SR
      MELATONIN ACCELERATES METAMORPHOSIS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Journal of pineal research
    36. TUINHOF R; UBINK R; TANAKA S; ATZORI C; VANSTRIEN FJC; ROUBOS EW
      DISTRIBUTION OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN AND ITS PEPTIDE END-PRODUCTS IN THE BRAIN AND HYPOPHYSIS OF THE AQUATIC TOAD, XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Cell and tissue research
    37. MANSVELDER HD; KITS KS
      THE RELATION OF EXOCYTOSIS AND RAPID ENDOCYTOSIS TO CALCIUM-ENTRY EVOKED BY SHORT REPETITIVE DEPOLARIZING PULSES IN RAT MELANOTROPIC CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    38. SANDS SA; DEBLAS AL; CHRONWALL BM
      DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR EFFECTS ON GABA(A) RECEPTOR EXPRESSION MAY MODIFY MELANOTROPE PEPTIDE RELEASE

      Peptides
    39. BEHREND EN; KEMPPAINEN RJ
      MEDICAL THERAPY OF CANINE CUSHINGS-SYNDROME

      The Compendium on continuing education for the practicing veterinarian
    40. Vieau, D; Gangnon, F; Jegou, S; Danger, JM; Vaudry, H
      Characterization of the cDNA encoding the prohormone convertase PC2 and localization of the mRNA in the brain of the frog Rana ridibunda

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. BERMAN JA; WU TJ; ROBERTS JL
      DERIVATIZATION OF PROGESTERONE TO A NEURALLY ACTIVE STEROID BY PITUITARY NEUROINTERMEDIATE LOBE

      Steroids
    42. FROIN HR; ASSMANN G; HOPPEN HO
      EQUINE CUSHINGS-SYNDROME

      Praktische Tierarzt
    43. Balsa, JA; Sanchez-Franco, F; Pazos, F; Lara, JI; Lorenzo, MJ; Maldonado, G; Cacicedo, L
      Direct action of serotonin on prolactin, growth hormone, corticotropin andluteinizing hormone release in cocultures of anterior and posterior pituitary lobes: Autocrine and/or paracrine action of vasoactive intestinal peptide

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    44. LEFOLL F; CASTEL H; SORIANI O; VAUDRY H; CAZIN L
      GRAMICIDIN-PERFORATED PATCH REVEALED DEPOLARIZING EFFECT OF GABA IN CULTURED FROG MELANOTROPHS

      Journal of physiology
    45. MORRIS SJ; BEATTY DM; CHRONWALL BM
      GABA(B)R1A R1B-TYPE RECEPTOR ANTISENSE DEOXYNUCLEOTIDE TREATMENT OF MELANOTROPES BLOCKS CHRONIC GABA(B) RECEPTOR INHIBITION OF HIGH VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CA2+ CHANNELS/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    46. DOTMAN CH; VANHERP F; MARTENS GJM; JENKS BG; ROUBOS EW
      DYNAMICS OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN AND PROHORMONE CONVERTASE-2 GENE-EXPRESSION IN XENOPUS MELANOTROPE CELLS DURING LONG-TERM BACKGROUND ADAPTATION

      Journal of Endocrinology
    47. UBINK R; TUINHOF R; ROUBOS EW
      IDENTIFICATION OF SUPRACHIASMATIC MELANOTROPE-INHIBITING NEURONS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS - A CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY STUDY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    48. TANAKA K; SHIBUYA I; KABASHIMA N; UETA Y; YAMASHITA H
      INHIBITION OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM CHANNELS BY PROSTAGLANDIN E-2IN RAT MELANOTROPHS

      Endocrinology
    49. LOGIN IS; PAL SN; ADAMS DT; GOLD PE
      MUSCIMOL INCREASES ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY DIRECTLY STIMULATING ADULT STRIATAL CHOLINERGIC INTERNEURONS

      Brain research
    50. SANDS SA; DICKERSON DS; MORRIS SJ; CHRONWALL BM
      DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR STIMULATION ALTERS G-PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE MELANOTROPES

      Endocrine
    51. MANCUSO A; ANDREOLETTI GE; COLUCCI D; VELLANO C
      REGULATION OF ACTH AND MSH PRODUCTION IN AMPHIBIANS - AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY ON AUTOGRAFTED PITUITARY IN TRITURUS-CARNIFEX

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    52. LOUDES C; ROUGON G; KORDON C; FAIVREBAUMAN A
      POLYSIALYLATED NEURAL CELL-ADHESION IS INVOLVED IN TARGET-INDUCED MORPHOLOGICAL-DIFFERENTIATION OF ARCUATE DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      European journal of neuroscience
    53. FUNKENSTEIN B; KAWAUCHI H; CAVARI B
      ONTOGENY OF SOMATOLACTIN MESSENGER-RNA IN THE GILTHEAD SEA BREAM SPARUS-AURATA

      Fish physiology and biochemistry
    54. ZHU Y; THOMAS P
      STUDIES ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF SOMATOLACTIN SECRETION IN RED DRUM AND ATLANTIC CROAKER

      Fish physiology and biochemistry
    55. OKADA T; YUGUCHI K; KISO Y; MORIKAWA Y; NAMBO Y; OIKAWA M; SASAKI F
      A CASE OF A PONY WITH CUSHINGS-DISEASE

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    56. ALLAERTS W; UBINK R; DEVENTE J; TUINHOF R; JENKS BG; ROUBOS EW
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE AND BACKGROUND ADAPTATION IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    57. ACS Z; BARNA I; KOENIG JI; MAKARA GB
      AGE-DEPENDENT MUSCARINIC STIMULATION OF BETA-ENDORPHIN SECRETION FROMRAT NEUROINTERMEDIATE LOBE IN-VITRO

      Brain research bulletin
    58. VECSERNYES M; KREMPELS K; TOTH BE; JULESZ J; MAKARA GB; NAGY GM
      EFFECT OF POSTERIOR PITUITARY DENERVATION (PPD) ON PROLACTIN (PRL) AND ALPHA-MELANOCYTE-STIMULATING HORMONE (ALPHA-MSH) SECRETION OF LACTATING RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    59. RENE F; POISBEAU P; EGLES C; SCHLICHTER R; FELIX JM
      COCULTURE OF HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS AND MELANOTROPE CELLS - A MODEL TO STUDY SYNAPTOGENESIS BETWEEN CENTRAL NEURONS AND ENDOCRINE-CELLS

      Neuroscience
    60. JANSEN K; FABRO C; ARTERO C; FEUILLOLEY M; VAUDRY H; FASOLO A; FRANZONI MF
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PARS-INTERMEDIA CONNECTIONS IN AMPHIBIANS BY BIOCYTIN TRACT TRACING AND IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE AIDED BY CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY

      Cell and tissue research
    61. VALENTIJN JA; VALENTIJN K
      2 DISTINCT NA-LAEVIS PITUITARY MELANOTROPHS( CURRENTS CONTROL CYTOSOLIC CA2+ PULSING IN XENOPUS)

      Cell calcium
    62. KREFT M; ZOREC R
      CELL-ATTACHED MEASUREMENTS OF ATTOFARAD CAPACITANCE STEPS IN RAT MELANOTROPHS

      Pflugers Archiv
    63. DOTMAN CH; MAIA A; JENKS BG; ROUBOS EW
      SAUVAGINE AND TRH DIFFERENTIALLY STIMULATE PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN BIOSYNTHESIS IN THE XENOPUS-LAEVIS INTERMEDIATE PITUITARY

      Neuroendocrinology
    64. POISBEAU P; FELTZ P; SCHLICHTER R
      MODULATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR-MEDIATED IPSCS BY NEUROACTIVE STEROIDSIN A RAT HYPOTHALAMOHYPOPHYSEAL COCULTURE MODEL

      Journal of physiology
    65. BERGHS CAFM; TANAKA S; VANSTRIEN FJC; KURABUCHI S; ROUBOS EW
      THE SECRETORY GRANULE AND PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN PROCESSING IN XENOPUS MELANOTROPE CELLS DURING BACKGROUND ADAPTATION

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    66. KOOISTRA HS; GREVEN SH; MOL JA; RIJNBERK A
      PULSATILE SECRETION OF ALPHA-MSH AND THE DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF DEXAMETHASONE AND HALOPERIDOL ON THE SECRETION OF ALPHA-MSH AND ACTH IN DOGS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    67. RENDON C; RODRIGUEZGOMEZ FJ; MUNOZCUETO JA; PINUELA C; SARASQUETE C
      AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF PITUITARY-CELLS OF THE SENEGALESE SOLE, SOLEA-SENEGALENSIS (KAUP 1858)

      Histochemical Journal
    68. JOHNSON LL; NORBERG B; WILLIS ML; ZEBROSKI H; SWANSON P
      ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND RADIOIMMUNOASSAY OF ATLANTIC HALIBUTSOMATOLACTIN AND PLASMA-LEVELS DURING STRESS AND REPRODUCTION IN FLATFISH

      General and comparative endocrinology
    69. ZHU Y; THOMAS P
      EFFECTS OF SOMATOLACTIN ON MELANOSOME AGGREGATION IN THE MELANOPHORESOF RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS-OCELLATUS) SCALES

      General and comparative endocrinology
    70. SHIBUYA I; KONGSAMUT S; DOUGLAS WW
      BOTH GABA(A) AND GABA(B) RECEPTORS PARTICIPATE IN SUPPRESSION OF [CA2+](I) PULSING IN TOAD MELANOTROPHS

      European journal of pharmacology
    71. DEAGUILAR JLG; MALAGON MM; VAZQUEZMARTINEZ RM; LIHRMANN I; TONON MC; VAUDRY H; GRACIANAVARRO F
      2 FROG MELANOTROPE CELL SUBPOPULATIONS EXHIBITING DISTINCT BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PATTERNS IN BASAL CONDITIONS AND UNDER THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE STIMULATION

      Endocrinology
    72. BUZZI M; BEMELMANS FFJ; ROUBOS EW; JENKS BG
      NEUROENDOCRINE GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID (GABA) - FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES IN GABA(A) VERSUS GABA(B) RECEPTOR INHIBITION OF THE MELANOTROPE CELL OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Endocrinology
    73. CRACK PJ; AUTELITANO DJ; SMITH AI
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN THE SECRETION OF BETA-ENDORPHIN FROM THE PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    74. DEYEBENES EG; LI SY; PELLETIER G
      REGULATION OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN GENE-EXPRESSION BY ENDOGENOUS LIGANDS OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR COMPLEX AS EVALUATED BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION IN THE RAT PARS-INTERMEDIA

      Brain research
    75. CHENG KW; CHAN YH; CHEN YD; YU KL; CHAN KM
      SEQUENCE OF A CDNA CLONE ENCODING A NOVEL SOMATOLACTIN IN GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS-AURATUS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    76. GARCIAAYALA A; GARCIAHERNANDEZ MP; QUESADA JA; AGULLEIRO B
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PROLACTIN,GROWTH-HORMONE, AND SOMATOLACTIN CELLS FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN YELLOWTAIL (SERIOLA-DUMERILII, RISSO 1810)

      The Anatomical record
    77. SANDS SA; CHRONWALL BM
      GFAP EXPRESSION INDUCED BY DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN THE RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE

      Endocrine
    78. PENDON C; MARTINEZBARBERA JP; ORTIZ M; VALDIVIA MM
      BACTERIAL PRODUCTION AND PURIFICATION OF THE FISH PITUITARY-HORMONE SOMATOLACTIN

      Protein expression and purification
    79. ROTHUIZEN J; DEKOK Y; SLOB A; MOL JA
      GABAERGIC INHIBITION OF THE PITUITARY RELEASE OF ADRENOCORTICOTROPIN AND ALPHA-MELANOTROPIN IS IMPAIRED IN DOGS WITH HEPATIC-ENCEPHALOPATHY

      Domestic animal endocrinology
    80. BEATTY DM; SANDS SA; MORRIS SJ; CHRONWALL BM
      TYPES AND ACTIVITIES OF VOLTAGE-OPERATED CALCIUM CHANNELS CHANGE DURING DEVELOPMENT OF RAT PITUITARY NEUROINTERMEDIATE LOBE

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    81. CHRONWALL BM; SANDS SA; DICKERSON DS; SIBLEY DR; GARY KA
      MELANOTROPE DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR ISOFORM EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING RAT PITUITARY

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    82. KOCMURBOBANOVIC L; ZOREC R
      NICARDIPINE ENANTIOMERS INHIBIT CALCIUM AND OUTWARD CURRENTS IN RAT PARS-INTERMEDIA CELLS

      Neuroscience letters
    83. POISBEAU P; RENE F; EGLES C; FELIX JM; FELTZ P; SCHLICHTER R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL GABAERGIC SYNAPSES FORMED BETWEEN RAT HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS AND PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE CELLS IN COCULTURE - CA2+ DEPENDENCE OF SPONTANEOUS IPSCS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    84. STEVESON TC; DORES RM
      POMC-RELATED PRODUCTS IN THE INTERMEDIATE PITUITARY OF THE AMPHIBIAN,BUFO-MARINUS - DIFFERENTIAL SUBCELLULAR PROCESSING IN THE GOLGI AND SECRETORY GRANULES

      Peptides
    85. THEODOSIS DT; MACVICAR B
      NEURON-GLIA INTERACTIONS IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND PITUITARY

      Trends in neurosciences
    86. COUETIL LL
      NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN EQUINE CUSHINGS-DISEASE

      Equine practice
    87. LEE AK
      DOPAMINE (D-2) RECEPTOR REGULATION OF INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM AND MEMBRANE CAPACITANCE CHANGES IN RAT MELANOTROPHS

      Journal of physiology
    88. GOMORA JC; AVILA G; COTA G
      CA2-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS( CURRENT EXPRESSION IN PITUITARY MELANOTROPHS OF NEONATAL RATS AND ITS REGULATION BY D)

      Journal of physiology
    89. CIRANNA L; FELTZ P; SCHLICHTER R
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF HIGH VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED L-TYPE AND Q-TYPE CA2+CURRENTS BY SEROTONIN IN RAT MELANOTROPHS

      Journal of physiology
    90. KAKIZAWA S; KANEKO T; HIRANO T
      ELEVATION OF PLASMA SOMATOLACTIN CONCENTRATIONS DURING ACIDOSIS IN RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    91. ASTOLA A; PENDON C; ORTIZ M; VALDIVIA M
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF SOMATOLACTIN, A PITUITARY-HORMONE RELATED TO GROWTH-HORMONE AND PROLACTIN FROM GILTHEAD SEABREAM, SPARUS-AURATA

      General and comparative endocrinology
    92. ZHU Y; THOMAS P
      ELEVATIONS OF SOMATOLACTIN IN PLASMA AND PITUITARIES AND INCREASED ALPHA-MSH CELL-ACTIVITY IN RED DRUM EXPOSED TO BLACK BACKGROUND AND DECREASED ILLUMINATION

      General and comparative endocrinology
    93. VANSTRIEN FJC; JESPERSEN S; VANDERGREEF J; JENKS BG; ROUBOS EW
      IDENTIFICATION OF POMC PROCESSING PRODUCTS IN SINGLE MELANOTROPE CELLS BY MATRIX-ASSISTED LASER-DESORPTION IONIZATION-MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      FEBS letters
    94. FORA MA; BUTLER TG; ROSE JC; SCHWARTZ J
      ADRENOCORTICOTROPIN SECRETION BY FETAL SHEEP ANTERIOR AND INTERMEDIATE LOBE PITUITARY-CELLS IN-VITRO - EFFECTS OF GESTATION AND ADRENALECTOMY

      Endocrinology
    95. DOTMAN CH; CRUIJSEN PMJM; JENKS BG; ROUBOS EW
      DIFFERENTIAL ACTION OF SECRETO-INHIBITORS ON PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN BIOSYNTHESIS IN THE INTERMEDIATE PITUITARY OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Endocrinology
    96. VANSTRIEN FJC; ROUBOS EW; VAUDRY H; JENKS BG
      ACETYLCHOLINE AUTOEXCITES THE RELEASE OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN-DERIVED PEPTIDES FROM MELANOTROPE CELLS OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS VIA AN M(1) MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR

      Endocrinology
    97. LUGO DI; PINTAR JE
      ONTOGENY OF BASAL AND REGULATED PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN-DERIVED PEPTIDE SECRETION FROM FETAL AND NEONATAL PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE CELLS - MELANOTROPHS EXHIBIT TRANSIENT GLUCOCORTICOID RESPONSES DURING DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental biology
    98. BATTAGLIA AA; FEUILLOLEY M; MULATERO B; BELTRAMO M; THIBAULT J; FRANZONI MF; CALAS A; VAUDRY H; FASOLO A
      CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY ANALYSIS OF NPY AND TH IMMUNOREACTIVITIES IN THE HYPOTHALAMOHYPOPHYSEAL SYSTEM OF THE FROG

      NeuroReport
    99. GARY KA; CHRONWALL BM
      REGULATION OF GFAP EXPRESSION IN GLIAL-LIKE CELLS OF THE RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOBE BY LACTATION, SALT-LOADING, AND ADRENALECTOMY

      Glia
    100. GARY KA; SANDS SA; CHRONWALL BM
      GLIAL-LIKE CELLS OF THE RAT PITUITARY INTERMEDIATE LOPE CHANGE MORPHOLOGY AND SHIFT FROM VIMENTIN TO GFAP EXPRESSION DURING DEVELOPMENT

      International journal of developmental neuroscience


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