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Daughaday, W.H., Mariz, I.K. and Blethen, S.L. (1980) Inhibition of Access of Bound Somatomedin to Membrane Receptor and Immunobinding Sites: a Comparison of Radioreceptor and Radioimmunoassay of Somatomedin in Native and Acid-Ethanol-Extracted Serum. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 51, 781-788.
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  • TITLE: Effects of Short Term Administration of Genistein on Hypothalamic and Anterior Pituitary Hormones in Ovariectomized Gilts

    AUTHORS: Jeffrey Clapper, Carolyn Paulson

    KEYWORDS: Genistein, Gilt, LH, GnRH, Kisspeptin

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Animal Sciences, Vol.5 No.2, April 7, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Administration of genistein to barrows increased anterior pituitary (AP) concentrations of IGF-I and LH and increased expression of AP IGF receptor. Whether similar changes occur in gilts remains to be determined. The objective of this experiment was to determine if short term administration of genistein increased expression of components of the AP IGF system and hypothalamic hormones and receptors involved in gonadotropin synthesis and/or release in the gilt. Sixteen crossbred gilts of similar weight (97.7 kg) were ovariectomized and assigned to either control (C; n = 8) or genistein (G; n = 8) groups. Genistein pigs received 800 mg of genistein in DMSO while C pigs received an equal volume of DMSO i.m. on day 0, 1, 2, and 3. Blood samples were obtained on day 0, 1, 2, and 3. Pigs were slaughtered on d 4 when blood, AP, and medial basal hypothalami (MBH) were collected. No difference was detected (P > 0.05) in AP concentrations of IGF-I or serum concentrations of IGF-I in C and G pigs. Anterior pituitary concentrations of LH were greater (P 0.05) in C and G pigs. Relative expression of AP IGFBP-5 and GnRHR was increased (P