neurosecretory


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neu·ro·se·cre·tor·y

(nū'rō-sē'krĕ-tōr'ē, -sē-krē'tōr-ē),
Relating to neurosecretion.

neu·ro·se·cre·tor·y

(nūr'ō-sē'krĕ-tōr-ē)
Relating to neurosecretion.

neurosecretory

pertaining to or emanating from the secretory activities of nerve cells.

neurosecretory bodies
the form in which neurosecretions are passed along axons to release them into the blood.
neurosecretory neurons
neurons capable of secreting neurosecretions.
neurosecretory substances
substances secreted by neurosecretory neurons, e.g. oxytocin, antidiuretic hormone, releasing factors, inhibiting factors.
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2009) were used to identify the neurosecretory cells within sections that were prestained with immunoperoxidase for GABA detection.
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Classification of neurosecretory cells, neurons, and neuroglia in the cerebral ganglia of Haliotis asinina Linnaeus by light microscopy.
Chromogranin and synaptophysin immunostains were negative, militating against an interpretation of dense core neurosecretory granules.
Immunohistochemical detection of neurosecretory products in the cytoplasm of carcinoids is also a useful technique for identification of these tumors.
After the discovery of urotensin II (UII) [2] as a neurosecretory product in teleost fish, (1) the identification of a highly conserved UII structure across vertebrates and evidence for in vivo mammalian bioactivity (2) suggested that UII possesses important physiological function.
Roman and De Luca, whose credentials are not given, assemble 15 chapters that present recent research on the neurosecretory system.
Neuroendocrine carcinoma (NEC) was first proposed as a clinical entity by Silva et al in 19822 It is a rare malignant neoplasm that contains neurosecretory granules and lacks a neurofibrillary background.
In the magnocellular neurosecretory system (MNS), CNTF is exclusively expressed in astrocytes of the supraoptic nucleus (SON), which are predominately located in the ventral glial limitans (VGL), and perivascular cells of the neurohypophysis.
Neurosecretory cells in the optic lobes of the brain and activity rhythms in Lycosa tarentula (Araneae: Lycosidae).