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TRH receptor binding in retina and pituitary: major species variation


, : TRH receptor binding in retina and pituitary: major species variation. Experimental Eye Research 35(2): 173-182

Retinas and anterior pituitary glands of nine readily available mammalian and one avian species have been examined for their TRH-sensitive binding of [3H]-[3-Me-His2]TRH. Among mammals, major species variations in TRH receptor binding have been detected in both tissues, amounting to about 100-fold in the retina and 20-fold in the pituitary. In the retina, TRH receptor binding was very high in the rat, quite high in sheep and guinea pig, intermediate in rabbit, pig, and mouse, and low but detectable in chicken, cat, calf and dog. In the pituitary gland, binding was very high in sheep, quite high in rabbit, rat, pig, calf and guinea pig, intermediate in chicken, and fairly low in mouse, cat, and dog. A number of possible interfering variables, including affinity differences, albino vs. non-albino strains, barbiturate anesthesia, time after death, sex and estrous cycle, age, and history of light exposure, were considered and/or tested directly, with generally negative results.

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