Valér J. Csernus
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Valér Csernus carried out research in various fields of neuroendocrinology. In the early seventies, he studied the localization releasing factor-producing hypothalamic neurons. Later as Ford Fellow in the Brain Research Institute of UCLA, Los Angeles, he collected data on the mechanism of sexual differentiation. In the eighties he used dynamic in vitro methods (superfusion, perifusion) for studying secretory mechanisms of anterior pituitary cells. Using this method he also participated in testing and developing novel releasing and inhibiting hormone analogues for cancer treatment in the Endocrine, Polypeptide and Cancer Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans as research associate professor for a total of 3.5 years. Since the early nineties, he has been studying the mechanisms of circadian biological clocks with various methods (perifusion, PT-PRC, blotting, immunohistochemistry) using avian pineal gland as model. He has fruitful collaborations with various national and international research laboratories including the Anatomy Department of the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg.
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