stress axis

stress axis

[′stres ‚ak·səs]
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Alcohol exposure during the developmental period induces beta-endorphin neuronal death and causes alteration in the opioid control of stress axis function.
Attention has been focused on the structures that modulate the activity of the stress axis, such as the amygdala (which increases its activity), or the hippocampus (HC) and the prefrontal cortex (PFC), which inhibit it.
Neurogenesis-independent antidepressant-like effects on behavior and stress axis response of a dual orexin receptor antagonist in a rodent model of depression.
From the angle of flow curve inclination towards the shear stress axis (Fig.
For physiologic support of the stress axis, rhodiola 125 mg (standardized to 5% rosavins) twice daily and L-theanine 200 mg three times per day were recommended as well.
Approaching the shared biology of obesity and depression: the stress axis as the locus of gene-environment interactions.
Therefore the dextral strike-slip movement was mainly inferred from the orientation of the principal stress axis, which is oriented in the N-S direction, and from fault plane solutions of two stronger earthquakes that occurred on the parallel Ravne fault.
In addition to this hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) neuroendocrine stress axis, a parallel extrahypothalamic CRH (eCRH) brain stress system exists.
Chronic over-secretion of stress hormones by the HPA (Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal) stress axis leads to increased cortisol levels in the brain, affecting neuronal cells.
We hypothesized that PM could act on the brain directly to stimulate the stress axis and predispose individuals to these diseases.
Neuroendocrine profiles assess the maternal stress axis, while ultrasound examinations and studies of fetal behavior continue throughout pregnancy.
Fine crazes normal to the tensile stress axis were observed on the surfaces of the L- and W-direction specimens.