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Corticotropin-releasing activity of gastrin-releasing peptide in normal men.

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Knigge, U ; Holst, J J ; Knuhtsen, S ; Bach, F W ; Bang, P. / Corticotropin-releasing activity of gastrin-releasing peptide in normal men. I: The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism. 1987 ; Bind 65, Nr. 6. s. 1291-1295.

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title = "Corticotropin-releasing activity of gastrin-releasing peptide in normal men.",
abstract = "Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP; mammalian bombesin) exerts several functions within the hypothalamus and is a putative regulator of pituitary hormone secretion. We investigated the effect of GRP on the secretion of pituitary hormones and cortisol in normal men. GRP was infused iv as primed infusions of 0.12 pmol/kg BW. min for 30 min (GRP I) and 1.50 pmol/kg. min for an additional 30 min (GRP II). GRP dose-dependently stimulated ACTH secretion compared with the effect of saline [net change in ACTH (delta ACTH) before and after treatment: GRP I, 3 +/- 1 (+/- SEM) vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 5 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.01)]. A further increase in plasma ACTH concentration occurred after cessation of GRP infusion (7 +/- 2 vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.025). GRP caused a similar dose-dependent stimulation of cortisol secretion compared with the effect of saline [delta cortisol before and after treatment: GRP I, -19 +/- 21 vs. -68 +/- 14 nmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 38 +/- 33 vs. -86 +/- 15 nmol/L (P less than 0.005)]. The serum cortisol concentration increased further after cessation of the GRP infusion (72 +/- 31 vs. -124 +/- 33 nmol/L; P less than 0.0025). GRP dose-dependently stimulated beta-endorphin immunoreactivity compared with the effect of saline [delta beta-endorphin immunoreactivity before and after treatment: GRP I, 6 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.01); GRP II, 11 +/- 4 vs. -6 +/- 2 pg/mL (P less than 0.025)]. GRP had no effect on PRL or GH secretion. We suggest that GRP participates in the neuroendocrine regulation of the secretion of proopiomelanocortin-derived peptides.",
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T1 - Corticotropin-releasing activity of gastrin-releasing peptide in normal men.

AU - Knigge, U

AU - Holst, J J

AU - Knuhtsen, S

AU - Bach, F W

AU - Bang, P

PY - 1987

Y1 - 1987

N2 - Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP; mammalian bombesin) exerts several functions within the hypothalamus and is a putative regulator of pituitary hormone secretion. We investigated the effect of GRP on the secretion of pituitary hormones and cortisol in normal men. GRP was infused iv as primed infusions of 0.12 pmol/kg BW. min for 30 min (GRP I) and 1.50 pmol/kg. min for an additional 30 min (GRP II). GRP dose-dependently stimulated ACTH secretion compared with the effect of saline [net change in ACTH (delta ACTH) before and after treatment: GRP I, 3 +/- 1 (+/- SEM) vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 5 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.01)]. A further increase in plasma ACTH concentration occurred after cessation of GRP infusion (7 +/- 2 vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.025). GRP caused a similar dose-dependent stimulation of cortisol secretion compared with the effect of saline [delta cortisol before and after treatment: GRP I, -19 +/- 21 vs. -68 +/- 14 nmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 38 +/- 33 vs. -86 +/- 15 nmol/L (P less than 0.005)]. The serum cortisol concentration increased further after cessation of the GRP infusion (72 +/- 31 vs. -124 +/- 33 nmol/L; P less than 0.0025). GRP dose-dependently stimulated beta-endorphin immunoreactivity compared with the effect of saline [delta beta-endorphin immunoreactivity before and after treatment: GRP I, 6 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.01); GRP II, 11 +/- 4 vs. -6 +/- 2 pg/mL (P less than 0.025)]. GRP had no effect on PRL or GH secretion. We suggest that GRP participates in the neuroendocrine regulation of the secretion of proopiomelanocortin-derived peptides.

AB - Gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP; mammalian bombesin) exerts several functions within the hypothalamus and is a putative regulator of pituitary hormone secretion. We investigated the effect of GRP on the secretion of pituitary hormones and cortisol in normal men. GRP was infused iv as primed infusions of 0.12 pmol/kg BW. min for 30 min (GRP I) and 1.50 pmol/kg. min for an additional 30 min (GRP II). GRP dose-dependently stimulated ACTH secretion compared with the effect of saline [net change in ACTH (delta ACTH) before and after treatment: GRP I, 3 +/- 1 (+/- SEM) vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 5 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.01)]. A further increase in plasma ACTH concentration occurred after cessation of GRP infusion (7 +/- 2 vs. 0 +/- 1 pmol/L; P less than 0.025). GRP caused a similar dose-dependent stimulation of cortisol secretion compared with the effect of saline [delta cortisol before and after treatment: GRP I, -19 +/- 21 vs. -68 +/- 14 nmol/L (P less than 0.05); GRP II, 38 +/- 33 vs. -86 +/- 15 nmol/L (P less than 0.005)]. The serum cortisol concentration increased further after cessation of the GRP infusion (72 +/- 31 vs. -124 +/- 33 nmol/L; P less than 0.0025). GRP dose-dependently stimulated beta-endorphin immunoreactivity compared with the effect of saline [delta beta-endorphin immunoreactivity before and after treatment: GRP I, 6 +/- 1 vs. -3 +/- 1 pmol/L (P less than 0.01); GRP II, 11 +/- 4 vs. -6 +/- 2 pg/mL (P less than 0.025)]. GRP had no effect on PRL or GH secretion. We suggest that GRP participates in the neuroendocrine regulation of the secretion of proopiomelanocortin-derived peptides.

M3 - Journal article

VL - 65

SP - 1291

EP - 1295

JO - Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism

JF - Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism

SN - 0021-972X

IS - 6

ER -

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