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WIKIPEDIA articles! Neuroendocrine (pronounced /n ro nd kr n/)
cells are cells that release a hormone into the circulating blood
in response to a neural stimulus. These hormones may be amines,
neuropeptides, or specialized amino acids. They package the
hormones in vesicles and send these packages via long processes
(axons) to blood vessels. When stimulated (by hormones from the
blood stream or neurons) the neuroendocrine cells secrete the
hormones into the blood stream. The hormones then travel to their
target cells and may stimulate, inhibit or maintain function of
these cells. The target cells may feed back information to these
neurons that regulates further secretion.
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