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It is unclear at this point whether the hormones also potentiate NGF action during development. J. H. Patterson Analysis of the relationship between glucocorticoids and NGF during development is complicated by the absolute dependence of the neonatal neurons on NGF for their survival. This makes it difficult to determine if the steroid plays an NGF -unrelated role. One approach to this problem is the use of the clonal cell line, PC12. This line was derived from an adrenal medullary tumor, but has many characteristics of sympathetic neurons (Greene and Tischler 1976).
Adrenal Actions on Brain by Bruce S. McEwen (auth.), Dr. Detlev Ganten M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Donald Pfaff Ph.D. (eds.)