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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SCN / suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus

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2021 Testosterone works through androgen receptors to modulate neuronal response to anxiogenic stimuli. ARs, blAMY, WT
2019 A time to fight: Circadian control of aggression and associated autonomic support. DMH, SPZ, VMH
2019 Direct effects of the light environment on daily neuroendocrine control. ---
2017 Temporal Regulation of GABAA Receptor Subunit Expression: Role in Synaptic and Extrasynaptic Communication in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus. GABAAR, IR, THIP
2015 Circadian rhythms in glucose and lipid metabolism in nocturnal and diurnal mammals. ---
2015 Diverse development and higher sensitivity of the circadian clocks to changes in maternal-feeding regime in a rat model of cardio-metabolic disease. SHR
2015 EphA4 is Involved in Sleep Regulation but Not in the Electrophysiological Response to Sleep Deprivation. KO, NREMS, REMS, SLD
2015 [Molecular and Neural Mechanisms for the Robustness of the Circadian Clock]. ---
2014 Circadian oscillators in the mouse brain: molecular clock components in the neocortex and cerebellar cortex. ---
10  2014 Effects of adrenalectomy on daily gene expression rhythms in the rat suprachiasmatic and paraventricular hypothalamic nuclei and in white adipose tissue. PVN, WAT
11  2013 Brain-derived neurotrophic factor/TrkB signaling regulates daily astroglial plasticity in the suprachiasmatic nucleus: electron-microscopic evidence in mouse. BDNF, TrkB, VIP
12  2012 Diurnal rhythms in neurexins transcripts and inhibitory/excitatory synapse scaffold proteins in the biological clock. ---
13  2012 Scheduled exercise phase shifts the circadian clock in skeletal muscle. ---
14  2010 Daily changes in synaptic innervation of VIP neurons in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus: contribution of glutamatergic afferents. ---
15  2010 Loss of circadian rhythm and light-induced suppression of pineal melatonin levels in Cry1 and Cry2 double-deficient mice. LD
16  2010 Neuroglial and synaptic rearrangements associated with photic entrainment of the circadian clock in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. VIP
17  2009 Microtubules modulate melatonin receptors involved in phase-shifting circadian activity rhythms: in vitro and in vivo evidence. CHO
18  2009 [Mechanisms of structural plasticity associated with photic synchronization of the circadian clock within the suprachiasmatic nucleus]. AVP, GFAP, VIP
19  2008 Circadian molecular clocks tick along ontogenesis. ---
20  2008 Circadian rhythms of C-FOS expression in the suprachiasmatic nuclei of the common vole (Microtus arvalis). ---
21  2008 Endogenous clock gene expression in the suprachiasmatic nuclei of previsual newborn rabbits is entrained by nursing. ---
22  2008 The circadian pacemaker in the cultured suprachiasmatic nucleus from pup mice is highly sensitive to external perturbation. ---
23  2007 Challenging the omnipotence of the suprachiasmatic timekeeper: are circadian oscillators present throughout the mammalian brain? ---
24  2007 Contribution of the suprachiasmatic nucleus to day:night variation in cocaine-seeking behavior. CPP
25  2007 Ghrelin effects on the circadian system of mice. GHRP-6
26  2007 Ultrastructural plasticity in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. Possible involvement in clock entrainment. AVP, GFAP, VIP
27  2007 [Development of the mammalian circadian system]. ---
28  2006 "Diabetes of the elderly" and type 2 diabetes in younger patients: possible role of the biological clock. ---
29  2006 Diurnal pattern of clock gene expression in the hypothalamus of the newborn rabbit. ---
30  2005 Differential control of peripheral circadian rhythms by suprachiasmatic-dependent neural signals. ---
31  2004 Circadian change in tryptophan hydroxylase protein levels within the rat intergeniculate leaflets and raphe nuclei. DRN, IGL, MRN, TPH
32  2004 Estradiol enhances light-induced expression of transcription factors in the SCN. CBP, ir, LH
33  2004 Forced desynchronization of dual circadian oscillators within the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. LD
34  2004 Glutamatergic clock output stimulates melatonin synthesis at night. PVN
35  2004 Modulation of photic resetting in rats by lesions of projections to the suprachiasmatic nuclei expressing p75 neurotrophin receptor. i.c.v
36  2004 SCN: ringmaster of the circadian circus or conductor of the circadian orchestra? ---
37  2004 The biological clock: the bodyguard of temporal homeostasis. ---
38  2003 Stimulation of BIT induces a circadian phase shift of locomotor activity in rats. BIT, mAb
39  2000 Circadian and homeostatic control of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep: promotion of REM tendency by the suprachiasmatic nucleus. REM, RSD
40  2000 Effects of estrogen on the expression of connexin32 and connexin43 mRNAs in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of female rats. CX
41  1999 Activation of NMDA receptors in the suprachiasmatic nucleus produces light-like phase shifts of the circadian clock in vivo. CT
42  1999 Anatomical demonstration of the suprachiasmatic nucleus-pineal pathway. PRV, PVN
43  1999 Oestrogen receptor-alpha-immunoreactive neurones project to the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the female Syrian hamster. CtB, ERalpha, ERalpha-ir
44  1999 Resetting the rat circadian clock by ultra-short light flashes. ---
45  1999 [Melatonin and biological rhythms]. ---
46  1998 How do the suprachiasmatic nuclei of the hypothalamus integrate photoperiodic information? ---
47  1997 Central clocking. ---
48  1996 The role of glutamate in the photic regulation of the suprachiasmatic nucleus. RHT
49  1995 Bicuculline blocks neuropeptide Y-induced phase advances when microinjected in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of Syrian hamsters. GABA, NPY
50  1995 Effects of suprachiasmatic lesions on temperature regulation in the golden hamster. ---
51  1995 Localization of substance P receptors in central neural structures controlling daily rhythms in nocturnal rodents. IGL, SP
52  1995 Time course of neuronal sensitivity to light in the circadian timing system of the golden hamster. ---
53  1994 Deviation in cerebral excitability: possible clinical implications. ---
54  1994 Dysregulation of photic induction of Fos-related protein in the biological clock during experimental trypanosomiasis. ---
55  1994 Marginal topography of neurons expressing the substance P receptor in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. SP
56  1994 The control of circadian rhythms and the levels of vasoactive intestinal peptide mRNA in the suprachiasmatic nucleus are altered in spontaneously hypertensive rats. LD, SHR, VIP, WKY
57  1994 Trypanosomes cause dysregulation of c-fos expression in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. ir, LD
58  1993 Effect of SCN lesions on sleep in squirrel monkeys: evidence for opponent processes in sleep-wake regulation. ---
59  1992 A nonphotic stimulus causes instantaneous phase advances of the light-entrainable circadian oscillator of the Syrian hamster but does not induce the expression of c-fos in the suprachiasmatic nuclei. CT 12
60  1991 Serotonin Reinnervation of the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus by Intrahypothalamic Fetal Raphe Transplants, with Special Reference to Possible Influences of the Target. ---
61  1991 Suprachiasmatic nucleus and retinohypothalamic projections in moles. VIP
62  1990 Day-night variation in prepro vasoactive intestinal peptide/peptide histidine isoleucine mRNA within the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. PHI, VIP
63  1985 A daily rhythm in behavioral vasopressin sensitivity and brain vasopressin concentrations. AVP
64  1984 Neuropeptide Y: role in light-dark cycle entrainment of hamster circadian rhythms. NPY
65  1984 Role of the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus in neuroendocrine responses to daylength in the golden hamster. PVN, RCA
66  1981 An autoradiographic determination of the efferent projections of the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus. PVN
67  1978 Persistent estrus and blockade of progesterone-induced LH release follows lesions which do not damage the suprachiasmatic nucleus. MPN