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Receptors, Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone
Essential Role of Ovarian Hormones in Susceptibility to the Consequences of Witnessing Social Defeat in Female Rats.
The effects of CRF antagonists, antalarmin, CP154,526, LWH234, and R121919, in the forced swim test and on swim-induced increases in adrenocorticotropin in rats.
Facilitation of cardiac vagal activity by CRF-R1 antagonists during swim stress in rats.
Corticotropin-releasing factor receptor-1: a therapeutic target for cardiac autonomic disturbances.
Social stress-induced bladder dysfunction: potential role of corticotropin-releasing factor.
Individual differences in reactivity to social stress predict susceptibility and resilience to a depressive phenotype: role of corticotropin-releasing factor.
The bladder-brain connection: putative role of corticotropin-releasing factor.
Depressive and cardiovascular disease comorbidity in a rat model of social stress: a putative role for corticotropin-releasing factor.
Cellular adaptations of dorsal raphe serotonin neurons associated with the development of active coping in response to social stress.
A corticotropin-releasing factor receptor antagonist improves urodynamic dysfunction produced by social stress or partial bladder outlet obstruction in male rats.
Social stress engages opioid regulation of locus coeruleus norepinephrine neurons and induces a state of cellular and physical opiate dependence.
Both CRF1 and CRF2 receptors in the bed nucleus of stria terminalis are involved in baroreflex impairment evoked by chronic stress in rats.
Corticotropin Releasing Hormone