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Neural stem cells express melatonin receptors and neurotrophic factors: colocalization of the MT1 receptor with neuronal and glial markers

Lennard P Niles*, Kristen J Armstrong, Lyda M Rincón Castro, Chung V Dao, Rohita Sharma, Catherine R McMillan, Laurie C Doering and David L Kirkham

BMC Neuroscience 2004, 5:41  doi:10.1186/1471-2202-5-41

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Melatonin, Mammalian Evolution, and Brain Size...

James Howard   (2004-11-03 18:50)  independent biologist email

I found this interesting. In 2001, I published a paper dealing with the influence of melatonin on evolution of mammals and their large brains (Hormones in Mammalian Evolution, Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum 2001; 94: 177-184).

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