All Relations between serotonergic and per2
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||the functional genes related to serotonergic process (5-ht1aa, 5-ht2c, slc6a4b, and vmat), early growth (egr4), and circadian rhythm (per2) were downregulated by both the norfluoxetine and fluoxetine, indicative of the same mode-of-action of norfluoxetine with its parent in these functions.
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||light responses of per1 and rorbeta expression at ct0 and those of per2 and rev-erbalpha at ct12 were markedly altered by serotonergic activation.
| Ivette Caldelas, Etienne Challet, Michel Saboureau, Paul Peve. Light and melatonin inhibit in vivo serotonergic phase advances without altering serotonergic-induced decrease of per expression in the hamster suprachiasmatic nucleus. Journal of molecular neuroscience : MN vol 25 issue 1 2005 15781966
||in the syrian hamster a serotonergic (5-htergic) stimulation during daytime acts on the circadian timing system by inducing behavioral phase advances and by decreasing per1 and per2 (period) mrna levels in the suprachiasmatic nuclei, containing the main circadian clock in mammals.