volume 81, issue 1, P17-29 1990
DOI: 10.1007/bf01245442
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Abstract: Pineal adrenergic receptor numbers show circadian variations in both rat and Syrian hamster. In the rat pineal beta-adrenergic receptor density reaches peak values either late in the light phase or at middark; the differences in the circadian phase seem related to the light:dark cycle to which the animals are exposed. No circadian rhythm of pineal alpha-adrenergic receptors is documented in intact rats. In the Syrian hamster pineal beta-adrenergic receptor density is high throughout the light phase and drops t…

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