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Dayanithi, G. and Stecher, B. and Höhne-Zell, B. and Yamasaki, S. and Binz, T. and Weller, U. and Niemann, H. and Gratzl, Manfred (1994): Exploring the functional domain and the target of the tetanus toxin light chain in neurohypophysial terminals. In: Neuroscience, Vol. 58: pp. 423-431 [PDF, 663kB]

Link, H. and Dayanithi, G. and Gratzl, Manfred (1993): Glucocorticoids rapidly inhibit oxytocin-stimulated adrenocorticotropin release from rat anterior pituitary cells, without modifying intracellular calcium transients. In: Endocrinology, Vol. 132: pp. 873-878 [PDF, 686kB]

Dayanithi, G. and Weller, U. and Ahnert-Hilger, G. and Lnk, H. and Nordmann, J. J. and Gratzl, Manfred (1992): The light chain of tetanus toxin inhibits calcium-dependent vasopressin release from permeabilized nerve endings. In: Neuroscience, Vol. 46: pp. 489-493 [PDF, 432kB]

Link, H. and Dayanithi, G. and Föhr, K. J. and Gratzl, Manfred (1992): Oxytocin at physiological concentrations evokes adrenocorticotropin (ACTH) release from corticotrophs by increasing intracellular free calcium mobilized mainly from intracellular stores. Oxytocin displays synergistic or additive effects on ACTH-releasing factor or arginine vasopressin-induced ACTH secretion, respectively. In: Endocrinology, Vol. 130: pp. 2183-2191 [PDF, 1MB]

Dayanithi, G. and Ahnert-Hilger, G. and Weller, U. and Nordmann, J. J. and Gratzl, Manfred (1990): Release of vasopressin from isolated permeabilized neurosecretory nerve terminals is blocked by the light chain of botulinum A toxin. In: Neuroscience, Vol. 39: pp. 711-715 [PDF, 397kB]

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