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Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–2): Professor L. Martini
Chapter 2 The Pineal Organ: An creation (pages 3–34): J. Ariens Kappers
Chapter three Neural keep watch over of Indoleamine Metabolism within the Pineal (pages 35–52): Julius Axelrod
Chapter four Developmental features of Amphibian Pineal platforms (pages 53–77): Douglas E. Kelly
Chapter five Differentiation and Regression of the Cells of the Sensory Line within the Epiphysis Cerebri (pages 79–125): Jean?Pierre Collin
Chapter 6 Sensory and Glandular parts of the Pineal Organ (pages 127–146): A. Oksche
Chapter 7 Secretory Organelles of the Rat Pineal Gland: Electron Microscopic and Histochemical stories in vivo and in vitro (pages 147–175): Antti U. Arstila, Hannu O. Kalimo and Markku Hyyppa
Chapter eight cubicles within the Granulated Vesicles of the Pineal Nerves (pages 177–195): Amanda Pellegrino de Iraldi and Angela Maria Suburo
Chapter nine keep an eye on of Melatonin Synthesis via Noradrenaline in Rat Pineal Organ Cultures (pages 197–212): Harvey M. Shein
Chapter 10 Pineal?Brain Relationships (pages 213–227): Fernando Anton?Tay
Chapter eleven Luteinization prompted by way of Pinealectomy within the Polyfollicular Ovaries of Rats Bearing Anterior Hypothalamic Lesions (pages 229–240): B. Mess, A. Heizer, A. Toth and L. Tima
Chapter 12 Biochemical Fractions and Mechanisms excited by the Pineal Modulation of Pituitary Gonadotropin unlock (pages 241–258): A. Moszkowska, C. Kordon and that i. Ebels
Chapter thirteen Mechanisms of Inhibitory motion of Pineal ideas on Gonadotropin Secretion (pages 259–278): F. Fraschini, R. Collu and L. Martini
Chapter 14 Pineal rules and the keep an eye on of Adrenocorticotropin Secretion (pages 279–301): Marceixa Motta, O. Schiaffini, F. Piva and L. Martini
Chapter 15 The function of the Pineal Gland within the keep watch over through mild of the Reproductive Cycle of the Ferret (pages 303–327): J. Herbert
Chapter sixteen elements Influential in identifying the Gonad?Inhibiting job of the Pineal Gland (pages 329–344): Russel J. Reiter and Sandy Sorrentino
Chapter 17 The influence of Pinealectomy on Plasma Insulin in Rats (pages 345–360): Stefan M. Milcu, Lydia Nanu?Ionescu and Ioana Milcu
Chapter 18 basic dialogue: function of Serotonin within the Pineal (pages 361–377):
Chapter 19 precis of Symposium (pages 379–389): R. J. Wurtman
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Administration of tryptophan or 5-hydroxytryptophan at various periods during a 24-hour day caused no difference in the rate of formation of serotonin (Snyder, Axelrod and Zweig 1967). Pineal monoamine oxidase, the principal enzyme involved in serotonin metabolism, also showed no difference in activity when measured around the clock. However, CONTROL OF INDOLEAMINE METABOLISM 41 N-acetyltransferase, the enzyme that catalyses the conversion of serotonin to N-acetylserotonin (Weissbach, Redfield and Axelrod 1960) showed a marked diurnal change in activity in the rat pineal, the highest activity being present at night (D.
This suggested that the formation of new enzyme protein was involved in the synthesis of melatonin in organ culture. The addition of noradrenaline to pineal organ cultures caused a marked stimulation in the formation of melatonin (Axelrod, Shein and Wurtman 1969), N-acetylserotonin and N-acetyltransferase (Klein and Weller 1970), but not serotonin or HIOMT. Dibutyryl cyclic adenosine monophosphate also stimulated the formation of N-acetylscrotonin, N-acetyltransferase (Berg and Klein 1970) and melatonin in pineal organ cultures (Shein and Wurtman 1969; Klein et a!.
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