Age-related and sex-related alterations in f3-adrenergic receptors in different regions of rat brain

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Age-related and sex-related alterations in f3-adrenergic receptors in different regions of rat brain

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Title: Age-related and sex-related alterations in f3-adrenergic receptors in different regions of rat brain
Author: Paulose, C S; Kanungo, M S
Abstract: The binding of (-)[ 3H ]dihydroalprenolol , an antagonist of norepinephrine , to $-adrenergic receptors in different regions of the brain of male and female rats of various ages was measured . The binding to the synaptosomal fraction of corpus striatum , hypothalamus, cerebral cortex, cerebellum and the brainstems shows a significant decrease in the binding in old rats of both sexes . Only in the female corpus striatal region, the binding in the adult and the old is the same . In the case of females, the highest binding is seen in the young. In the male, an increase in binding occurs up to adulthood , after which it declines, suggesting a definite sex-related difference in the Q-adrenergic receptor.
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/659
Date: 1982-04-21


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