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Keywords: Essential oil; Atractylodes lancea; Restraint stress; Gastric emptying; Gastrointestinal hormone; Corticotropin-releasing factor
(CRF) has been reported to be elevated in the cerebrospinal fluid of depressed patients, Dr.
and his colleagues turned their attention to a gene called type I corticotropin-releasing factor
receptor (CRFR1), because it's widely involved in the brain's responses to stress.
There is also very elegant and interesting basic science work and supportive preliminary clinical data suggesting that corticotropin-releasing factor
antagonists might offer benefits to patients with IBS and diarrhea.
Hydrogen sulfide also affects the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis and the corticotropin-releasing factor
in animal studies, the report said.
Two neurochemical systems that we have determined to play a critical role are corticotropin-releasing factor
(CRF) and noradrenaline (NE).