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Influence of acute stress on the pineal activity during day- and nighttime

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Stankov, В. and Kanchev, L. N.: Influence of acute stress on the pineal activity during day and nighttime. Adta physiol, pol., 1989 40 (1): 116-125. Ovariectomlzed, steroid implanted female ewes were used as a model for studying the effect of acute isolation and confinement stress on the pineal activity during day and nighttime under artificial luteal phase conditions. Male and female intact ibuffaloes were employed as wdll, with the aim to establish the influence of another perturbation (venous catheter insertion) on the melatonin levels during daytime. Stress appeared to influence pineal melatonin secretion in controversial manner, hamely, decreasing further the low indole levels during the day, while elevating the peripheral concentrations at night, though the initial response to stress during daytime was a transient elevation in melatonin levels. There are no indications that the adrenals are directly involved in, the changes observed. Possibilities for different mechanisms of melatonin secretion and release in different Species are considered.
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p.116-125,fig.,ref.
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  • Institute of Biology and Immunology of Reproduction, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
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  • Institute of Biology and Immunology of Reproduction, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
Bibliografia
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  • 29. Troiani, M., Reiter, R. J., Vaughan, M., Oakin, S., Vaughan, G. (1986) Forced swimming depresses nighttime melatonin content without change in the NAT activity in the rat pineal gland. Ibid.
  • 30. Webley, G. E., Hearn, J. P. (l986) Local production of progesterone by the corpus luteum of the marmoset monkey in response to perfusion with chronic gonadotrophin and melatonin in vivo. J. Endocr. 112. 449-457.
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  • 32. Wolińska-Witort, E., Przekop, E., Mateusiak, K., Domański, E. (1986) Effect of repeated and prolonged stress stimuli on the plasma prolactin concentration in sheep. Exp. Clin. Endocrinol. 87. (3) 265-276.
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