volume 93, issue 0, P2-P-173 2020
DOI: 10.1254/jpssuppl.93.0_2-p-173
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Abstract: Stress-triggered sympathetic activation increases plasma catecholamine levels, resulting in elevations in blood pressure and heart rate. In addition, facilitated secretion of adrenaline and pancreatic glucagon associated with sympathetic activation increase blood glucose level. We previously reported that corticotropin-releasing factor and acute restraint stress elevates plasma catecholamine levels and that prostanoids in the brain, especially in the paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus (PVN), mediates these r…

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