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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or producing neurosecretion

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  • Furthermore, ablation in the fly brain of specific neurosecretory cells that produce insulin-like peptides is sufficient to extend lifespan

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  • The neurons of the supraoptic nucleus are magnocellular neurosecretory neurons - large neuroendocrine neurons which secrete their products, the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin into the circulation from their nerve endings in the posterior pituitary gland.

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  • This led him to an early awareness of the dynamic nature of the interrelationship between glial cells in the supraoptic nucleus and the neurones, and between the glial cells (pituicytes) in the posterior pituitary and the neurosecretory nerve endings there; two classic papers published with Charles Tweedle in in 1976 and 1977, showed clearly using electron microscopy that the anatomical relationships of these elements was not fixed but dynamically regulated in different physiological states

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  • Hatton GI (1986) Plasticity in the hypothalamic magnocellular neurosecretory system

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  • ↑ Tweedle CD, Hatton GI (1977) Ultrastructural changes in rat hypothalamic neurosecretory cells and their associated glia during minimal dehydration and rehydration.

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  • Caused by loss of magnocellular neurosecretory neurons in hypothalamus, or viral infection of hypothalamus

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  • Direct connection through neurosecretory neurons Anterior Pituitary: Hormones are transported through portal system

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  • Membrane-tethered ω-ACTX-Hv1c expression in PDF neurons using the pdf-GAL4 driver, which is active in both PDF-expressing clock neurons as well as in neurosecretory cells in the thoracic ganglion starting in early larval development [causes death by approximately 1 wk posteclosion, suggesting the possibility of toxin-induced developmental defects.

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