Central nervous system effects of the neurohypophyseal
hormones and related peptides.
To prevent excessive water influx, the skin of Xenopus laevis shows low water permeability and does not respond to neurohypophyseal
peptides (Bentley, 1998, 2002).
It works through the interconnection of the sympathoadrenal and neurohypophyseal
systems, which in turn are responsible for catecholamine secretion, cytokines activation and vasopressin release, respectively.
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tumor originating from pituicytes.
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Together with AVP and neurophysin 11, copeptin, the stable C-terminal part of the AVP precursor, is stored in neurohypophyseal
vesicles until secretion upon osmotic and haemodynamic stimuli (1).
The oxytocin present in the neurohypophyseal
extract of bovine demonstrated no interference with the antidiuretic effect of Vasopressin.
Hormones from the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland (Neurohypophyseal