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Inadequate corticosterone levels relative to arthritic inflammation are accompanied by altered mitochondria/cholesterol breakdown in adrenal cortex: a steroid-inhibiting role of IL-1β in rats

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-362938
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.36293
Wolff, Christine ; Krinner, Katharina ; Schroeder, Josef A. ; Straub, Rainer H.
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Abstract

Objectives In rheumatoid arthritis, inadequate cortisol secretion was observed relative to inflammation, but reasons are unknown. Human adrenal glands cannot be investigated due to ethical reasons. Thus, a model of arthritis was studied to test inadequate glucocorticoid secretion and adrenocortical alterations. Methods Arthritis in DA rats was induced by collagen type II. Plasma hormone ...

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