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  • Growth hormone regulates opsin expression in the retina of a salmonid fish. [Journal Article]
    J Neuroendocrinol 2019; :e12804Novales Flamarique I, Ahmed AS, … Devlin RH
  • Colour vision relies on retinal photoreceptors that express a different predominant visual pigment protein (opsin). In several vertebrates, the primary opsin expressed by a photoreceptor can change throughout ontogeny, but the molecular factors that influence such regulation are poorly understood. One of these factors is thyroid hormone which, together with its receptors, modulates opsin expressi…
  • A year in type 2 diabetes mellitus: 2018 review based on the Endorama lecture. [Review]
    Hormones (Athens) 2019Paschou SΑ, Alexandrides T
  • The aim of this article is to review and present the most important studies published in the field of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) during 2018. These studies were presented in a lecture given on this topic at the Endorama Meeting in Patras, Greece, in January 2019. In order to identify the most important and relevant articles, a search in the English language was conducted in PubMed for public…
  • Sex Differences and Gender Diversity in Stress Responses and Allostatic Load Among Workers and LGBT People. [Review]
    Curr Psychiatry Rep 2019; 21(11):110Juster RP, de Torre MB, … Bourdon O
  • Measuring biological sex differences and socio-cultural gender diversity provides insights into individual variation in stress physiology and the development of "sex-specific" diseases. PURPOSE OF REVIEW: In this selective review, we summarize recent findings that assess sex and gender in relation to the stress hormone cortisol and multi-systemic physiological dysregulation called allostatic loa…
  • Activation of a classic hunger circuit slows luteinizing hormone pulsatility. [Journal Article]
    Neuroendocrinology 2019Coutinho E, Prescott M, … Campbell RE
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data demonstrate the ability of NPY/AgRP neuronal signaling to modulate and, specifically, reduce GnRH/LH pulse generation. The findings suggest a mechanism by which increased activity of this hunger circuit, in response to negative energy balance, mediates impaired fertility in otherwise reproductively fit states, and highlight a potential mechanism to slow LH pulsatility in female infertility disorders, such as PCOS, that are associated with hyperactive LH secretion.
  • Neuro-Immuno-Endocrine Interactions in Early Life Stress and Heroin Withdrawal Timeline. [Journal Article]
    Eur Addict Res 2019; :1-12Moeini M, Esmaeil N, … Banafshe HR
  • Both heroin abuse and early life stress (ELS) affect the immune system and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. Additionally, accelerated aging due to mild inflammation has been indicated in these conditions. The present study aims to compare plasma levels of apoptosis markers, inflammatory markers, and stress hormones during early heroin abstinence period. Thirty-one individuals with h…
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