Title : Melatonin inhibits spontaneous and VIP-induced vasopressin release from suprachiasmatic neurons.

Pub. Date : 1998 Aug 10

PMID : 9729396






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1 Melatonin inhibits spontaneous and VIP-induced vasopressin release from suprachiasmatic neurons. Melatonin arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
2 We have studied melatonin effects on vasopressin release from dispersed cells of the rat suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN). Melatonin arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
3 Melatonin inhibits the spontaneous increase and accelerates the decrease of vasopressin release. Melatonin arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
4 Melatonin also inhibits vasopressin release induced by vasoactive intestinal peptide (EC50=0.4 nM). Melatonin arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
5 The inhibition of vasopressin release correlates with the known inhibitory effect of melatonin on spontaneous neuronal activity in SCN. Melatonin arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus