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The primary (incomplete) blood-brain barrier consists of the regions that not only emit, but also receive, neurohumoral information that cannot cross the BBB. The main properties of the primary BBB are semipermeability and reception of neuronal signals. The semipermeable barrier consists mainly of fenestrated endothelium to facilitate the transport of various substances outside of the CSF, as is the case with the choroid plexus. This type of barrier, which is involved in a feedback mechanism, describes the endothelial barrier surrounded by the basal membrane and the peri- 26 VLADlMlR R.
Activation of these neuronal LRH-Rs elicits dose-related (Ca2+ ) responses that are dependent on calcium mobilization and entry. , 1994). , 1976; Elde and Hokfelt, 1979). , 1987). The failure of LRH to affect the differentiation of LH cells in the rat hypophysis primordium in serum-free culture was observed (Watanabe, 1987). 42 VLADIMIR R. PANTIC Lutein-releasing hormone genes have been obtained from the human, rat, and mouse, seven teleostean species, and the chicken. , 1992). , observed 77-85% similarity between crucial regions of the salmonids and those of chickens and mammals.
Glial fibrillary acidic protein assembles into filaments as a homopolymer in various glial cell types located throughout the nervous system. Calmodulin (CaM) is a multifunctional protein. After stimulation of a cell, an increase in the intracellular free Ca'+ concentration is due to movement of Ca2+through channels of the plasma membrane, or to its release from intracellular organelles. The CaM molecule can bind as many as four Ca2+,producing conformational changes, including a number of cellular activities such as proliferation, motility, transport, metabolic control of cyclic nucleotides, and contraction.