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Precocious puberty in rats with hypothalamic lesions.

DONOVAN BT, VAN DER WERFF TEN BOSCH JJ.

Nature. 1956 Oct 6;178(4536):745. No abstract available.

PMID:
13369526
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Endocrine glia: roles of glial cells in the brain actions of steroid and thyroid hormones and in the regulation of hormone secretion.

Garcia-Segura LM, Chowen JA, Naftolin F.

Front Neuroendocrinol. 1996 Apr;17(2):180-211. Review.

PMID:
8812295
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Neural and glial-mediated effects of growth factors acting via tyrosine kinase receptors on luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neurons.

Voigt P, Ma YJ, Gonzalez D, Fahrenbach WH, Wetsel WC, Berg-von der Emde K, Hill DF, Taylor KG, Costa ME, Seidah NG, Ojeda SR.

Endocrinology. 1996 Jun;137(6):2593-605.

PMID:
8641214
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Local protective effects of nerve growth factor-secreting fibroblasts against excitotoxic lesions in the rat striatum.

Frim DM, Short MP, Rosenberg WS, Simpson J, Breakefield XO, Isacson O.

J Neurosurg. 1993 Feb;78(2):267-73.

PMID:
8421209
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Epidermal growth factor-induced actin remodeling is regulated by 5-lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase products.

Peppelenbosch MP, Tertoolen LG, Hage WJ, de Laat SW.

Cell. 1993 Aug 13;74(3):565-75.

PMID:
8348619
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Expression of epidermal growth factor receptor changes in the hypothalamus during the onset of female puberty.

Ma YJ, Hill DF, Junier MP, Costa ME, Felder SE, Ojeda SR.

Mol Cell Neurosci. 1994 Jun;5(3):246-62.

PMID:
8087423
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Region-specific regulation of transforming growth factor alpha (TGF alpha) gene expression in astrocytes of the neuroendocrine brain.

Ma YJ, Berg-von der Emde K, Moholt-Siebert M, Hill DF, Ojeda SR.

J Neurosci. 1994 Sep;14(9):5644-51.

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Neurotrophins and the neuroendocrine brain: different neurotrophins sustain anatomically and functionally segregated subsets of hypothalamic dopaminergic neurons.

Berg-von der Emde K, Dees WL, Hiney JK, Hill DF, Dissen GA, Costa ME, Moholt-Siebert M, Ojeda SR.

J Neurosci. 1995 Jun;15(6):4223-37.

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Implantation of genetically engineered fibroblasts into mice: implications for gene therapy.

Selden RF, Skoskiewicz MJ, Howie KB, Russell PS, Goodman HM.

Science. 1987 May 8;236(4802):714-8.

PMID:
3472348
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Activation of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone release advances the onset of female puberty.

Urbanski HF, Ojeda SR.

Neuroendocrinology. 1987 Sep;46(3):273-6.

PMID:
3309706
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Puberty in monkeys is triggered by chemical stimulation of the hypothalamus.

Plant TM, Gay VL, Marshall GR, Arslan M.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1989 Apr;86(7):2506-10.

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TGF alpha overexpression in transgenic mice induces liver neoplasia and abnormal development of the mammary gland and pancreas.

Jhappan C, Stahle C, Harkins RN, Fausto N, Smith GH, Merlino GT.

Cell. 1990 Jun 15;61(6):1137-46.

PMID:
2350785
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Involvement of transforming growth factor alpha in the release of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone from the developing female hypothalamus.

Ojeda SR, Urbanski HF, Costa ME, Hill DF, Moholt-Siebert M.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990 Dec;87(24):9698-702.

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Transforming growth factor alpha contributes to the mechanism by which hypothalamic injury induces precocious puberty.

Junier MP, Ma YJ, Costa ME, Hoffman G, Hill DF, Ojeda SR.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991 Nov 1;88(21):9743-7.

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