Sea Lamprey Research Sheds Light On How Stress Hormones Evolved

Thursday, Aug. 19th 2010 6:47 AM

Michigan State University researchers are the first to identify a stress hormone in the sea lamprey, using the 500 million-year-old species as a model to understand the evolution of the endocrine system. Corticosteroid hormones control stress response in animals with backbones, including humans…

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