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By Bruce S. McEwen (auth.), Dr. Detlev Ganten M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Donald Pfaff Ph.D. (eds.)

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1973; Saavedra et al. 1974). Neonatal dexamethasone administration increases PNMT activity in both hypothalamus and brain stem, measured both acutely (Moore and Phillipson 1975) or later, in adult animals (Turner et al. 1979). In the latter case, PNMT activity was measured after 30 min of stress, so it is not yet clear if the elevation represents an exaggerated stress response or a permanent elevation in enzyme activity. It is not known if the PNMT increase in brain is due to an enhanced induction of the enzyme as in the adrenal and/or to hyperplasia of inducible PNMTcontaining cells as may be occurring in sympathetic ganglia.

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