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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 45, Number 4, November 2008

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The rat pineal gland comprises an endocannabinoid system
pp. 351-360(10)
Authors: Koch, Marco; Habazettl, Iris; Dehghani, Faramarz; Korf, Horst-Werner

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The role of proline residues in the structure and function of human MT2 melatonin receptor
pp. 361-372(12)
Authors: Mazna, Petr; Grycova, Lenka; Balik, Ales; Zemkova, Hana; Friedlova, Eliska; Obsilova, Veronika; Obsil, Tomas; Teisinger, Jan

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Estrogen cross-talk with the melatonin signaling pathway in human osteoblasts derived from adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients
pp. 383-393(11)
Authors: Letellier, Kareen; Azeddine, Bouziane; Parent, Stefan; Labelle, Hubert; Rompré, Pierre H.; Moreau, Alain; Moldovan, Florina

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Melatonin is able to prevent the liver of old castrated female rats from oxidative and pro-inflammatory damage
pp. 394-402(9)
Authors: Kireev, R. A.; Tresguerres, A. C. F.; Garcia, C.; Ariznavarreta, C.; Vara, E.; Tresguerres, Jesus A. F.

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Melatonin as a negative mitogenic hormonal regulator of human prostate epithelial cell growth: potential mechanisms and clinical significance
pp. 403-412(10)
Authors: Tam, Chun W.; Chan, Kwok W.; Liu, Vincent W. S.; Pang, Bo; Yao, Kwok-Ming; Shiu, Stephen Y. W.

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Melatonin and the circadian entrainment of metabolic and hormonal activities in primary isolated adipocytes
pp. 422-429(8)
Authors: Alonso-Vale, Maria Isabel Cardoso; Andreotti, Sandra; Mukai, Paula Yuri; Borges-Silva, Cristina das Neves; Peres, Sidney Barnabé; Cipolla-Neto, José; Lima, Fabio Bessa

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Increased melatonin synthesis in pineal glands of rats in streptozotocin induced type 1 diabetes
pp. 439-448(10)
Authors: Peschke, Elmar; Wolgast, Sabine; Bazwinsky, Ivonne; Pönicke, Klaus; Muhlbauer, Eckhard

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Melatonin receptor-mediated protection against myocardial ischaemia/reperfusion injury: role of its anti-adrenergic actions
pp. 449-458(10)
Authors: Genade, Sonia; Genis, Amanda; Ytrehus, Kirsti; Huisamen, Barbara; Lochner, Amanda

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Melatonin decreases matrix metalloproteinase-9 activation and expression and attenuates reperfusion-induced hemorrhage following transient focal cerebral ischemia in rats
pp. 459-467(9)
Authors: Hung, Yu-Chang; Chen, Tsung-Ying; Lee, E-Jian; Chen, Wan-Ling; Huang, Sheng-Yang; Lee, Wei-Ting; Lee, Ming-Yang; Chen, Hung-Yi; Wu, Tian-Shung

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Sympathetic nervous system modulates the ocular hypotensive action of MT2-melatonin receptors in normotensive rabbits
pp. 468-475(8)
Authors: Alarma-Estrany, Pilar; Crooke, Almudena; Mediero, Aránzazu; Peláez, Teresa; Pintor, Jesús

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The Gαi and Gαq proteins mediate the effects of melatonin on steroid/thyroid hormone receptor transcriptional activity and breast cancer cell proliferation
pp. 476-488(13)
Authors: Lai, Ling; Yuan, Lin; Chen, Qi; Dong, Chunmin; Mao, Lulu; Rowan, Brian; Frasch, Tripp; Hill, Steven M.

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The impact of N-nitrosomelatonin as nitric oxide donor in cell culture experiments
pp. 489-496(8)
Authors: Berchner-Pfannschmidt, Utta; Tug, Suzan; Trinidad, Buena; Becker, Maria; Oehme, Felix; Flamme, Ingo; Fandrey, Joachim; Kirsch, Michael

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Evaluation of potential pro-survival pathways regulated by melatonin in a murine senescence model
pp. 497-505(9)
Authors: Gutierrez-Cuesta, Javier; Tajes, Marta; Jiménez, Andrés; Coto-Montes, Ana; Camins, Antoni; Pallàs, Mercè

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Posttranslational regulation of TPH1 is responsible for the nightly surge of 5-HT output in the rat pineal gland
pp. 506-514(9)
Authors: Huang, Zheping; Liu, Tiecheng; Chattoraj, Asamanja; Ahmed, Samreen; Wang, Michael M.; Deng, Jie; Sun, Xing; Borjigin, Jimo

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Metabolism of melatonin by cytochrome P450s in rat liver mitochondria and microsomes
pp. 515-523(9)
Authors: Semak, Igor; Korik, Elena; Antonova, Maria; Wortsman, Jacobo; Slominski, Andrzej

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MT3/QR2 melatonin binding site does not use melatonin as a substrate or a co-substrate
pp. 524-531(8)
Authors: Boutin, Jean A.; Marcheteau, Estelle; Hennig, Philippe; Moulharat, Natacha; Berger, Sylvie; Delagrange, Philippe; Bouchet, Jean-Paul; Ferry, Gilles

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Melatonin induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in hepatocarcinoma HepG2 cell line
pp. 532-540(9)
Authors: Martín-Renedo, Javier; Mauriz, José L.; Jorquera, Francisco; Ruiz-Andrés, Olga; González, Paquita; González-Gallego, Javier

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