Dynamics of Transcriptional Events in Stress-Triggered Regulation of Adrenal Catecholamine Biosynthetic Enzymes
One of the most important aspects of stress research is to understand why the same type of stress stimulus does not always elicit an identical response. Many different factors, including prior experience have been proposed to affect the response to stress (McEwen, 1998).
KeywordsTyrosine Hydroxylase Adrenal Medulla Reporter Activity Immobilization Stress Tyrosine Hydroxylase Gene
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