Sistema TRH/TSH, Sistema Neurohipofisiario y Glándula Pineal

Referencias

  1. Andersen AN., Hagen C., Lange P., et al. Dopaminergic regulation of gonadotropin levels and pulsatility in normal women. Fertil Steril. 1987; 47: 391.
  2. Bacchinetti F., Petraglia F., Genazzani AR. Localization and expression of the three opioid systems. Seminars Reprod Endocrinol. 1987; 5: 103.
  3. Blank MS., Fabbri A., Catt KJ. Inhibition of luteinizing hormone release by morphine and endogenous opiates in cultured-pituitary cells. Endocrinology. 1986; 118: 2027.
  4. Berga SL., Mortola JF., Girton L. et al. Neuroendocrine aberrations in women with functional hypothalamic amenorrhea. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1989; 68: 301.
  5. Blackwell RE. Neuroendocrinology of reproduction. En Carr BR., Blackwell RE. Textbook of reproductive medicine. Ed Appleton & Lange (1a); 1993: 157-170.
  6. Bloom FE. Mecanismos neuroendocrinos: células y sistemas. . En Yen SSC., Jaffe RB. Endocrinología de la reproducción. Ed Panamericana (3a); 1993: 20-42.
  7. Bloom FE. The endorphins: agrowing family of pharmacologically pertinent peptides. Ann Rev Pharm Toxicol. 1983; 23: 151.
  8. Brownstein MJ., Russel JT., Gainer H. Synthesis, transport, and release of posterior pituitary hormones. Science. 1980; 207: 373.
  9. Callard GV., Pasmanik M. The role of estrogen as a parahormone in the brain and pituitary. Steroids. 1987; 50: 475.
  10. Castelbaum A., Doyle M., DeCherney AH. Past, present and future of steroid hormones. Infertil Reproduc Cl NA. 1992; 3: 1: 1-6.
  11. Chrisitansen E., Veldhuis JD., Rogol AD., et al. Modulating actions of estradiol on gonadotropin-releasing hormone-stimulated prolactin secretion in postmenopausal individuals. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1987; 157: 320.
  12. Clark JH. Mechanism of action of steroid hormones and antagonists. Infertil Reproduc Cl NA. 1992; 3: 1: 7-20.
  13. Conn PM., Crowley WF. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone and its analogues. New Engl J Med. 1991; 324: 93.
  14. De Souza MJ., Arce JC., Nulsen JC. Effects of exercise training on sex steroids: endocrine profile and clinical implications. Infertil Reprod Clin North Am. 1992; 3: 1: 129 – 148.
  15. Elsholtz HP. Molecular biology of prolactin: cell-specific and endocrine regulators of the prolactine gene. Seminars Reprod Endocrinol 1992; 10: 183.
  16. Evans RM. The steroid and thyroid hormone receptor superfamily. Science. 1988; 240: 889.
  17. Evans WS., Sollenberger MJ., Booth RA. Contemporary aspects of discrete peak-detection algorythms: II. The paradigm of the luteinizing hormone pulse signal in women. Endocr Rev. 1992; 13: 81.
  18. 18. Filicori M., Santoro M., Merriam GR., et al. Characterization of the physiological pattern of episodic gonadotropin secretion throughout the human menstrual cycle. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1986; 62: 1136.
  19. Fishman J. The cathecol estrogens. Neuroendocrinology. 1976; 4: 363.
  20. Fishman J., Norton B. Brain catecholestrogens: formation and possible functions. Adv Biosci. 1975; 15: 123.
  21. Findoff PR., Ferin M. Brain opioid peptides and menstrual cyclicity. Seminars Reprod Endocrinol. 1987; 5: 125.
  22. Guillemin F. Peptides in the brain: the new endocrinology of the neuron. Science. 1978; 202: 390.
  23. Harris GW. Induction of ovulation in rabbit by electrical stimulation of hypothalamohypophysial mechanism. Proc Royal Soc Biol. 1937; 122: 374.
  24. Hanley MR. Peptide regulatory factors in the nervous system. Lancet. 1989; 1: 1373.
  25. Hayflic JS., Adelman JP., Seeburg PH. The complete nucleotide sequence of the human gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene. Nucleic Acids Res. 1989; 17: 6403.
  26. Henzl MR., Polan ML. How GnRH agonists were discovered and developed. Infertil Reprod Clin North Am. 1993; 4: 1: 1-8.
  27. Hohlweg W., Junkmann K. Die hormonal-nervose regullerug der funktion des hypophysen vorderlappens. Klin Wpchschr. 1932; 11: 321.
  28. Howlett TA., Rees LH. Endogenous opioid peptides and hypothalamo-pituitary function. Ann Rev Physiol. 1986; 48: 527.
  29. Judd S., Rakoff J., Yen SCC. Inhibiton of gonadotropin and prolactin release by dopamine effect of endogenous estradiol levels. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1978; 47: 494.
  30. Knobil E. The neuroendocrine control of the menstrual cycle. Recent Prog Horm Res. 1980; 36: 53.
  31. Krieger DT. Brain peptides: what, where, and why? Science. 1983; 22: 975 – 985.
  32. Linton EA., Lowry PJ. Corticotrophin releasing factor in man and ist measurement: a review. Clin Endocrinol. 1989; 31: 225.
  33. Loucks AB., Mortola JF., Girton L., et al. Alterations in the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian and the hypothalamica-pituitary-adrenal axes in athletic women. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1989; 68: 402.
  34. Marsall JC., Dalkin AC., Haisemleder DJ. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone pulses: regulators of gonadotropin synthesis and ovulatoru cicles. Recent Prog Horm Res. 1991; 47: 155.
  35. Metcalf G., Jackson IMD. Thyrotropin-releasing hormone: biomedical significance. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1989; 553: 1.
  36. Nikolics K., Mason AJ., Szony E., et al. A prolactin-inhibiting factor within the precursor for human gonadotropin-releasing hormone. Nature. 1985; 316: 511.
  37. Palkovits M. Anatomy of neural pathways affecting CRH secretion. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1987; 512; 139.
  38. Pavlou SN. The mechanism of action of GnRH agonists. Infertil Reprod Clin North Am. 1993; 4: 1: 9-20.
  39. Rasmussen DD., Gambacciani M., Swartz W., et al. Pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing hormone release from the human mediobasal hypothalamus in vitro: opiate receptor-mediated supression. Neuroendocrinology. 1989; 49: 150.
  40. Reame N., Sauder SE., Kelch RP., et al. Pulsatile gonadotropin secretion durin the human menstrual cycle: evidence for altered frequency of gonadotropin-releasing hormone secretion. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1984; 59: 328.
  41. Reeves WB., Andreoli TE. The posterior pituitary and water metabolism. En Wilson JD., Foster DW (eds). Williams Textbook of Endocrinology. W.B. Saunders Co (8a), 1992: 311 – 356.
  42. Reichlin S. Neuroendocrinology. En Wilson JD., Foster DW (eds). Williams Textbook of Endocrinology. W.B. Saunders Co (8a), 1992: 135 – 220.
  43. Reisine T. Neurohormonal aspects of ACTH release. Hosp Prac. 1988; 15: 77.
  44. Reiter RJ. Pineal melatonin: cell biology of its synthesis and of its physiological interactions. Endocr Rev. 1991; 12: 151.
  45. Rivier C., Rivier J., Vale W. Stress-induced inhibiton of reproductive functions: role of endogenous corticotropin-releasing factor. Science. 1986; 231: 606.
  46. Roberts V., Meunier H., Vaughan J., et al. Production and regulation of inhibin subunits in pituitary gonadotropes. Endocrinology. 1989; 124: 552.
  47. Schwanzel-Fukuda M., Pfaff DW. Origin of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neurons. Nature. 1989; 338: 161.
  48. Schwartz J., Cherny R. Intercellular communication within the anterior pituitary influencing the secretion of hypophysial hormones. Endocrin Rev. 1992; 13: 453.
  49. Sherwood NM., Lovejoy DA., Coe IR. Origin of mammalian gonadotropin- releasing hormones. Endocr Rev. 1993; 14: 241.
  50. Speroff L., Glass RH., Kase NG. Neuroendocrinology. En Speroff L., Glass RH., Kase NG. Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility. Ed. Williams & Wilkins (5a), 1994; 141 – 181.
  51. Soules MR., Steiner RA., Cohen NL., et al. Nocturn slowing of pulsatile luteinizing hormone secretion in women during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1985; 61: 43.
  52. South SA., Yankov VI., Evans WS. Normal reproductive neuroendocrinology in the female. Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am. 1993; 22: 1: 1-28.
  53. Suh BY., Liu JH, Berga SL., et al. Hypercortisolism in patients with functional hypothalamic amenorrhea. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1988; 66: 733.
  54. Tannenbaum GS., Ling N. The interrelationship of growth hormone (GH)-releasing factor and somatostatin in generation of the ultradian rythm of GH secretion. Endocrinology. 1984; 115: 1952.
  55. Thorner MO., Vance ML., Horvath E., et al. The anterior pituitary. En Wilson JD., Foster DW (eds). Williams Textbook of Endocrinology. W.B. Saunders Co (8a), 1992: 221 – 310.
  56. Waring DW., Turgeon JL. A pathway for luteinizing hormone releasing-hormone self-potentiation: cross-talk with the progesterone receptor. Endocrinology. 1992; 130: 3275.
  57. Yen SCC. Control hipotalámico de la secreción de las hormonas hipofisiarias. . En Yen SSC., Jaffe RB. Endocrinología de la reproducción. Ed Panamericana (3a); 1993: 85-125.
  58. Zimmernann RC., Schumacher M., Schroder S. Melatonin and the ovulatory luteinizing hormone surge. Fertil Steril. 1990; 54: 612.

DÉJANOS TU COMENTARIO

DEJA UNA RESPUESTA

Por favor ingrese su comentario!