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Hippocampal glucocorticoid receptor and microRNA gene expression and serum cortisol concentration in foxes selected for behavior toward humans

In this study, we used an experimental domestication model, the silver fox that had been discarded for many years for the response to humans, to investigate cortisol stress responses in tame and aggressive foxes in response to human immobilization in human arms. In addition, these behavioral fox groups were investigated for one of the key mechanisms of glucocorticoid negative feedback, namely the expression of the glucocorticoid receptor gene in a region of the dorsal hippocampus. In recent years, attention has been paid to differences in miRNA expression patterns among animals with different behavior and stress reactivity, as well as miRNA regulation under stress. At the same time, no correlation has been found between hippocampal NR3C1 gene expression and miRNA expression patterns.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18699/vj18.352


An Anxiety and Salivary Cortisol Correlation in Dental Managements between Different Dental Departments

The last twenty five patients were admitted to oral medicine and diagnosis center, twenty five patients to periodontal department, and the last twenty five patients were admitted to the oral surgical department. With significant shifts from 0. 243 ng/L to 7. 760 u00b12. 488 based on scoring questionnaire, the cortisol determination was made possible by ELISA method, but MDAS were based on scoring questionnaire results, resulting in the cortisol levels and MDAS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.55562/jrucs.v35i1.277


Saliva cortisol diurnal variation and stress responses in term and preterm infants

Objective The aim of this investigation is to find out if preterm birth is related to the degree of prematurity and whether HPA axis programming relates to the degree of prematurity. Prevaccination and postvaccination, as well as in the morning and evening at 4 months chronological age, were measured. Compared to infants born at term, infants born early in the twentisol response to vaccination was blunted, and the diurnal slope was flattened. In contrast, the cortisol response to vaccination and diurnal slope at 4 months did not differ in infants born at term compared to infants born at term.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/archdischild-2021-321593


Preterm birth and infant diurnal cortisol regulation

Infancy, this research tested the hypothesis that preterm birth is linked to the evolution of diurnal cortisol regulation. Methods A secondary analysis of saliva cortisol measured morning, midday, and evening, monthly, infancy, was carried out as part of a birth cohort conducted in Link'u00f6ping, Sweden. Infants born premature, obese, and at term were compared across infancy using random coefficient regression methods.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/archdischild-2021-323296


Physical Activity Influences Cortisol and Dehydroepiandrosterone (Sulfate) Levels in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Physical fitness can help reduce chronic stress and counteract the aging of DHEA. Hence, a systematic review was done to see whether PA influences physiological characteristics of cortisol and/or DHEA, as well as Alzheimer's health, as well as older adults aged 65 years and older, who are either observed or experimental effects. The results indicate that regular PA of older adultsu2019 own choice of what they love could be able to raise cortisol and/or DHEA levels in a respectful manner.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1123/japa.2021-0501


Effects of cognitive emotion regulation strategies on mood and cortisol in daily life in women with premenstrual dysphoric disorder

In affected women, our research explores how habitual ER-strategies in women with PMDD and their potential predictors of mood and basal cortisol throughout the cycle. Women with PMDD showed lower confidence, less use of reappraisal, and better RNT than controls. Lower negative and positive effects throughout the menstrual cycle were reported by women with PMDD, increased awareness, appraisal, and lower RNT. However, women using more favourable ER-strategies displayed better mood cyclicity, contributing to greater mood deterioration in the late luteal phase, thereby resembling women with more favourable ER-strategies toward the end of the cycle. Conclusions: Protective ER-strategies seem to be generally linked to improved momentary mood in women with PMDD, but do not appear to shield vulnerable women from premature mood decline.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0033291722002495


Cortisol values during the standard-dose cosyntropin stimulation test: Personal experience with Elecsys cortisol II assay

Purpose The purpose of this study has been debated regarding the right cortisol cutoff during the cosyntropin stimulation test, when newer cortisol assays are used. When the Elecsys u00ae Cortisol II assay from Roche Diagnostics is used, we wanted to determine the correct cortisol values during the standard dose CST in patients with normal hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. Methods We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of patients screened for possible adrenal insufficiency using the standard-dose CST from January 2018 to December 2020, ultimately judged to have a normal HPA axis. Patients with either normal TSH or gonadal axes, or in whom both axes were normal were found to be identical to the ones in the entire cohort. Conclusion Our research shows that using a lower than previously recommended cortisol cutoff value at 30 minutes after Cosyntropin used the Roche Elecsys Cortisol II assay.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fendo.2022.978238


Total Testosterone and Cortisol During Wheelchair Rugby Training in Athletes With Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

Context: To track athletes' physiological adaptations, a hormone analysis in the sport context is extremely important. Because of this research, it was intended to determine total testosterone and cortisol levels in athletes with CSCI in wheelchair rugby's acute and continuous training. Before and after the training session and C blood were evaluated, as well as the overall workload, based on the ratings of perceived exertion, the fitness load, and perceived exertion were measured. These findings may have shown that training volume was high throughout preparation, and that a decrease in training volume could benefit athletes. On the other hand, a decrease in C was noted after the training session in an acute training session with reduced training load. As a way to track anabolic/catabolic hormonal status during WCR training, we recommend an acute and long-term hormonal examination for athletes with CSCI.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1123/jsr.2021-0389


Differential sensitivity to the acute psychotomimetic effects of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol associated with its differential acute effects on glial function and cortisol

Abstract Background The use of cannabis has been attributed to psychosis after exposure to delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive component of the drug. Although preclinical and human studies have shown that u03949-THC acutely modulates glial function and hypothalamic-adrenal axis activity, no difference has been investigated in the case of varying exposures of u03949-THC to glial function and HPA-axis response, although preclinical and human responses have been investigated. The change in cortisol levels over the course of the study period varied dramatically between those sensitive to and those not sensitive to the drug's psychotherapeutic effects. Specifically, the u03949-THC exposure altered ACC myo-inositol levels and disturbed the physiological diurnal cortisol decrease only in those patients who had transient psychosis-like symptoms. Conclusions The interindividual differences in transient psychosis-like results of u03949-THC are the result of its differing effects on glial function and stress response, as shown by interindividual variations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0033291720003827


Evaluation of Autonomic Nervous System, Saliva Cortisol Levels, and Cognitive Function in Major Depressive Disorder Patients

Changes in the autonomic nervous system and cognitive impairment are correlated with major depressive disorder. This research aims to investigate the effects of HRV, PPG, salivary cortisol levels, and cognitive function in MDD patients using noninvasive methods. Patients with MDD had elevated mean HR, standard deviation of HR, low frequency power, low frequency ratio, low frequency/high frequency ratio, mean PP, standard deviation of pulse pressure, and salivary cortisol levels, according to MDD patients. The ANS of MDD patients were dominated by compassion and that cognitive deficits are present in particular domains of executive functioning, according to the study.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/7343592

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