Amano M, Amiya N, Yamamoto N, Osugi T, Tsutsui K. Immunohistochemical detection of prolactin-releasing peptide2 in the brain of the inshore hagfish Eptatretus burgeri. (2019) Gen Comp Endocrinol 274:1-7. doi: 10.1016/j.ygcen.2018.12.005
Objective: Localization of PrRP2 in the brain of the inshore hagfish was examined.
Summary: Reciprocal connections are suggested between the PrRP2 and PQRFa neurons.
Bülbül M, Sinen O, Bayramoğlu O, & Akkoyunlu G. Enteric Apelin Enhances the Stress-Induced Stimulation of Colonic Motor Functions. (2019) Stress, 23(2):201-212. doi: 10.1080/10253890.2019.1658739
AB-02: histology (1:100)
de Miguel E, Vekovischeva O, Elsilä LV, Panhelainen A, Kankuri E, Aitta-aho T, & Korpi ER. Conditioned Aversion and Neuroplasticity Induced by a Superagonist of Extrasynaptic Gabaa Receptors: Correlation with Activation of the Oval Bnst Neurons and Crf Mechanisms. (2019) Front Mol Neurosci, 12:130. . doi: 10.3389/fnmol.2019.00130
AB-02: immunohistochemistry (1:250)
Ke Q, Li R, Cai L, Wu SD, Li CM. Ro41-5253, a selective antagonist of retinoic acid receptor α, ameliorates chronic unpredictable mild stress-induced depressive-like behaviors in rats: Involvement of regulating HPA axis and improving hippocampal neuronal deficits. (2019) Brain Res Bull 146:302-309. doi: 10.1016/j.brainresbull.2019.01.022
Li X. Light stimulation into dorsal raphe nucleus contributes to antidepressant effect for a stressed rat model. (2019) bioRxiv 821421. doi: 10.1101/821421
AB-02: immunohistochemistry (1:500)
Wang Y, Li G, Wang X, & Zhu S. Effects of Shugan Hewei Granule on Depressive Behavior and Protein Expression Related to Visceral Sensitivity in a Rat Model of Nonerosive Reflux Disease. (2019) Evid Based Complement Alternat Med 2019:1505693. doi: 10.1155/2019/1505693
AB-02: immunofluorescent staining (1:200)
Xu T, Zhou Z, Liu N, Deng C, Huang G, Zhou F, Liu X, & Wang X. Disrupted Compensatory Response Mediated by Wolfram Syndrome 1 Protein and Corticotrophin-Releasing Hormone Family Peptides in Early-Onset Intrahepatic Cholestasis Pregnancy. (2019) Placenta 83:63-71. doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2019.06.378
AB-02: western (1:1000)
Amano M, Amiya N, Yamamoto N, Osugi T, & Tsutsui K. Immunohistochemical Detection of Prolactin-Releasing Peptide2 in the Brain of the Inshore Hagfish Eptatretus Burgeri. (2018). Gen Comp Endocrinol Epub 17 December 2018.
Objective: To identify Prolactin-releasing peptide2 (PrRP2) in hagfish.
Summary: The study demonstrates, for the first time, that PrRP2 is expressed in the brain of inshore hagfish. The restricted distribution of PrRP2-ir fibers in the HYinf suggests that PrRP2 does not directly regulate the pituitary gland, but regulates the function of the HYinf where PQRFa and CRH are expressed.
Dose: Immunohistochemistry (1:1000). The authors clarified the cross-reactivity of the antibody against other CRH family peptides, such as urocortin-I, II, III, urotensin-I, and sauvagine: the cross-reactivity of anti-CRH against CRH family peptides was found to be less than 0.01%, indicating the specificity of the antibody.
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