Distribution of Relaxin-3 and RXFP3 Within Arousal, Stress, Affective, and Cognitive Circuits of Mouse Brain
Craig M Smith, Pei-Juan Shen, Avantika Banerjee, Pascal Bonaventure, Sherie Ma, Ross AD Bathgate, Steven W Sutton, Andrew L Gundlach
Journal of Comparative Neurology | WILEY | Published : 2010
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
Grant sponsor: National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia; Grant numbers: 327404 (to C.M.S.), 520299 (to S.M.), 277609, 509246 (to A.L.G.); Grant sponsors: Collaborative Research Agreement with Johnson & Johnson PR&D, LLC, San Diego, CA, Howard Florey Biomedical Foundation USA (to A.L.G.), The University of Melbourne - Melbourne (Postgraduate) Research Scholarship (to A.B.), ANZ Trustees Medical Research & Technology (Victoria, Australia), Perpetual Trustees (to A.L.G., S.M.).This article is dedicated to Prof. Geoffrey Tregear on the occasion of his retirement as Deputy Director of the Howard Florey Institute. The authors thank Tania Ferraro for assistance with the preparation of antisera used in these studies. During these studies C.M.S. was the recipient of an NHMRC (Australia) Dora Lush Biomedical Postgraduate Scholarship.