Hypoglycemia was induced by administration of insulin (40 I.U./kg) to 24 h fasted rats. Somatostatinlike immunoreactivity (SLI) and125I-Tyr11-somatostatin binding were measured in the striatum and hypothalamus at the onset of hypoglycemic coma (5–10 min). No significant changes in SLI concentration were detected in either site although the total number of specific somatostatin receptors in the striatum membranes, but not in the hypothalamus, decreased in insulin-injected rats when compared with the control group.
Somatostatin concentration and binding in the rat hypothalamus and striatum during severe insulin-induced hypoglycemia
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M. N. Rodriguez-Sanchez, E. Arilla; Somatostatin concentration and binding in the rat hypothalamus and striatum during severe insulin-induced hypoglycemia. Biosci Rep 1 April 1989; 9 (2): 199–206. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01115996
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