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    1. Wang, Y; Chang, WL; Prins, GS; van Breemen, RB
      Simultaneous determination of all-trans, 9-cis, 13-cis retinoic acid and retinol in rat prostate using liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF MASS SPECTROMETRY
    2. Prins, GS; Birch, L; Habermann, H; Chang, WY; Tebeau, C; Putz, O; Bieberich, C
      Influence of neonatal estrogens on rat prostate development

      REPRODUCTION FERTILITY AND DEVELOPMENT
    3. Habermann, H; Ray, V; Habermann, W; Prins, GS
      Alterations in gap junction protein expression in human benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    4. Habermann, H; Chang, WY; Birch, L; Mehta, P; Prins, GS
      Developmental exposure to estrogens alters epithelial cell adhesion and gap junction proteins in the adult rat prostate

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Prins, GS; Birch, L; Couse, JF; Choi, I; Katzenellenbogen, B; Korach, KS
      Estrogen imprinting of the developing prostate gland is mediated through stromal estrogen receptor alpha: Studies with alpha ERKO and)beta ERKO mice (vol 61, pg 6089, 2001)

      CANCER RESEARCH
    6. Cinar, B; Koeneman, KS; Edlund, M; Prins, GS; Zhau, HE; Chung, LWK
      Androgen receptor mediates the reduced tumor growth, enhanced androgen responsiveness, and selected target gene transactivation in a human prostate cancer cell line

      CANCER RESEARCH
    7. Prins, GS; Birch, L; Couse, JF; Choi, I; Katzenellenbogen, B; Korach, KS
      Estrogen imprinting of the developing prostate gland is mediated through stromal estrogen receptor alpha: Studies with alpha ERKO and beta ERKO mice

      CANCER RESEARCH
    8. Ahlbom, E; Prins, GS; Ceccatelli, S
      Testosterone protects cerebellar granule cells from oxidative stress-induced cell death through a receptor mediated mechanism

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Putz, O; Schwartz, CB; Kim, S; LeBlanc, GA; Cooper, RL; Prins, GS
      Neonatal low- and high-dose exposure to estradiol benzoate in the male rat: I. Effects on the prostate gland

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    10. Putz, O; Schwartz, CB; LeBlanc, GA; Cooper, RL; Prins, GS
      Neonatal low- and high-dose exposure to estradiol benzoate in the male rat: II. Effects on male puberty and the reproductive tract

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    11. Denis, LJ; Behre, HE; Bracke, M; Griffiths, K; Krieg, M; Kyprianou, N; Lee, C; Mahler, CH; Petritisch, P; Prezioso, D; Prins, GS; Tunn, U; Vermeulen, A
      Estrogens and prostatic disease

      PROSTATE
    12. Van Pett, K; Viau, V; Bittencourt, JC; Chan, RKW; Li, HY; Arias, C; Prins, GS; Perrin, M; Vale, W; Sawchenko, PE
      Distribution of mRNAs encoding CRF receptors in brain and pituitary of batand mouse

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    13. Habermann, H; Seo, R; Cieslak, J; Niederberger, C; Prins, GS; Ross, L
      In vitro fertilization outcomes after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with fresh or frozen-thawed testicular spermatozoa

      FERTILITY AND STERILITY
    14. Jarred, RA; Cancilla, B; Prins, GS; Thayer, KA; Cunha, GR; Risbridger, GP
      Evidence that estrogens directly alter androgen-regulated prostate development

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Moga, MM; Geib, BM; Zhou, D; Prins, GS
      Androgen receptor-immunoreactivity in the forebrain of the Eastern Fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus)

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Chang, WY; Prins, GS
      Estrogen receptor-beta: Implications for the prostate gland

      PROSTATE
    17. Prins, GS; Dolgina, R; Studney, P; Kaplan, B; Ross, L; Niederberger, C
      Quality of cryopreserved testicular sperm in patients with obstructive andnonobstructive azoospermia

      JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    18. Emerson, SB; Greig, A; Carroll, L; Prins, GS
      Androgen receptors in two androgen-mediated, sexually dimorphic charactersof frogs

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    19. Boyd, SK; Wissing, KD; Heinsz, JE; Prins, GS
      Androgen receptors and sexual dimorphisms in the larynx of the bullfrog

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Chang, WY; Birch, L; Woodham, C; Gold, LI; Prins, GS
      Neonatal estrogen exposure alters the transforming growth factor-beta signaling system in the developing rat prostate and blocks the transient p21(cip1/waf1) expression associated with epithelial differentiation

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. Chang, WY; Wilson, MJ; Birch, L; Prins, GS
      Neonatal estrogen stimulates proliferation of periductal fibroblasts and alters the extracellular matrix composition in the rat prostate

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    22. MATSUMOTO A; PRINS GS
      AGE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN MOTONEURONS OF THE SPINAL NUCLEUS OF THE BULBOCAVERNOSUS OF MALE RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    23. ROMAN BL; TIMMS BG; PRINS GS; PETERSON RE
      IN-UTERO AND LACTATIONAL EXPOSURE OF THE MALE-RAT TO 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN IMPAIRS PROSTATE DEVELOPMENT - 2 - EFFECTS ON GROWTH AND CYTODIFFERENTIATION

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    24. KASPER S; SHEPPARD PC; YAN YL; PETTIGREW N; BOROWSKY AD; PRINS GS; DODD JG; DUCKWORTH ML; MATUSIK RJ
      DEVELOPMENT, PROGRESSION, AND ANDROGEN-DEPENDENCE OF PROSTATE TUMORS IN PROBASIN-LARGE T-ANTIGEN TRANSGENIC MICE - A MODEL FOR PROSTATE-CANCER (VOL 78, PG 319, 1998)

      Laboratory investigation
    25. KASPER S; SHEPPARD PC; YAN YL; PETTIGREW N; BOROWSKY AD; PRINS GS; DODD JG; DUCKWORTH ML; MATUSIK RJ
      DEVELOPMENT, PROGRESSION, AND ANDROGEN-DEPENDENCE OF PROSTATE TUMORS IN PROBASIN LARGE T-ANTIGEN TRANSGENIC MICE - A MODEL FOR PROSTATE-CANCER

      Laboratory investigation
    26. PRINS GS; SKLAREW RJ; PERTSCHUK LP
      IMAGE-ANALYSIS OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOSTAINING IN PROSTATE-CANCERACCURATELY PREDICTS RESPONSE TO HORMONAL-THERAPY

      The Journal of urology
    27. BALTHAZART J; FOIDART A; HOUBART M; PRINS GS; BALL GF
      DISTRIBUTION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-IMMUNOREACTIVE CELLS IN THE QUAIL FOREBRAIN AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH AROMATASE IMMUNOREACTIVITY

      Journal of neurobiology
    28. PRINS GS; MARMER M; WOODHAM C; CHANG W; KUIPER G; GUSTAFSSON JA; BIRCH L
      ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-BETA MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACID ONTOGENY IN THE PROSTATE OF NORMAL AND NEONATALLY ESTROGENIZED RATS

      Endocrinology
    29. YOKOSUKA M; PRINS GS; HAYASHI S
      COLOCALIZATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN THE VENTRAL PREMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS OF THE NEWBORN RAT - AN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Developmental brain research
    30. PRINS GS; BIRCH L
      NEONATAL ESTROGEN EXPOSURE UP-REGULATES ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING AND ADULT-RAT PROSTATE LOBES

      Endocrinology
    31. SONEA IM; IQBAL J; PRINS GS; JACOBSON CD
      ONTOGENY OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE REPRODUCTIVE-TRACT OF MALE MONODELPHIS-DOMESTICA

      Biology of reproduction
    32. MORA GR; PRINS GS; MAHESH VB
      AUTOREGULATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR PROTEIN AND MESSENGER-RNA IN RAT VENTRAL PROSTATE IS PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS DEPENDENT

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    33. MATSUMOTO A; ARAI Y; PRINS GS
      ANDROGENIC REGULATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN MOTONEURONS OF THE SPINAL NUCLEUS OF THE BULBOCAVERNOSUS OF MALE-RATS

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    34. AMIN D; PRINS GS; ARJMANDI BH
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR ANDROGEN RECEPTORS IN VARIOUS INTESTINAL SEGMENTS OF MALE-RATS

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    35. MATSUMOTO A; ARAI Y; TOYODA F; KIKUYAMA S; PRINS GS
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IN THE ABDOMINAL GLANDS OF THE CLOACA OF MALE RED-BELLIED NEWTS, CYNOPS-PYRRHOGASTER

      Zoological science
    36. PRINS GS; JUNG MH; VELLANOWETH RL; CHATTERJEE B; ROY AK
      AGE-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF THE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR GENE IN THE PROSTATE AND ITS IMPLICATION IN GLANDULAR DIFFERENTIATION AND HYPERPLASIA

      Developmental genetics
    37. SANTOLAYAFORGAS J; JESSUP J; BURD LI; PRINS GS; BURTON BK
      PREGNANCY OUTCOME IN WOMEN WITH LOW MIDTRIMESTER MATERNAL SERUM UNCONJUGATED ESTRIOL

      Journal of reproductive medicine
    38. SMITH GT; BRENOWITZ EA; PRINS GS
      USE OF PG-21 IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY TO DETECT ANDROGEN RECEPTORS IN THE SONGBIRD BRAIN

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    39. HAYWARD SW; BASKIN LS; HAUGHNEY PC; CUNHA AR; FOSTER BA; DAHIYA R; PRINS GS; CUNHA GR
      EPITHELIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE RAT VENTRAL PROSTATE, ANTERIOR PROSTATEAND SEMINAL-VESICLE

      Acta anatomica
    40. HAYWARD SW; BASKIN LS; HAUGHNEY PC; FOSTER BA; CUNHA AR; DAHIYA R; PRINS GS; CUNHA GR
      STROMAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE VENTRAL PROSTATE, ANTERIOR PROSTATE AND SEMINAL-VESICLE OF THE RAT

      Acta anatomica
    41. ROSENZWEIG BA; BOLINA PS; BIRCH L; MORAN C; MARCOVICI I; PRINS GS
      LOCATION AND CONCENTRATION OF ESTROGEN, PROGESTERONE, AND ANDROGEN RECEPTORS IN THE BLADDER AND URETHRA OF THE RABBIT

      Neurourol. urodyn.
    42. FREEMAN LM; PADGETT BA; PRINS GS; BREEDLOVE SM
      DISTRIBUTION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE SPINAL-CORDOF WILD-TYPE, ANDROGEN-INSENSITIVE AND GONADECTOMIZED MALE-RATS

      Journal of neurobiology
    43. PRINS GS; BIRCH L
      THE DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERN OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN RAT PROSTATE LOBES IS ALTERED AFTER NEONATAL EXPOSURE TO ESTROGEN

      Endocrinology
    44. LEE C; SUTKOWSKI DM; SENSIBAR JA; ZELNER D; KIM I; AMSEL I; SHAW N; PRINS GS; KOZLOWSKI JM
      REGULATION OF PROLIFERATION AND PRODUCTION OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN IN ANDROGEN-SENSITIVE PROSTATIC-CANCER CELLS, LNCAP, BY DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE

      Endocrinology
    45. IQBAL J; SWANSON JJ; PRINS GS; JACOBSON CD
      ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE BRAZILIAN OPOSSUM BRAIN AND PITUITARY - DISTRIBUTION AND EFFECTS OF CASTRATION AND TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT IN THE ADULT MALE

      Brain research
    46. PRINS GS; WOODHAM C
      AUTOLOGOUS REGULATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACIDIN THE SEPARATE LOBES OF THE RAT PROSTATE-GLAND

      Biology of reproduction
    47. PERTSCHUK LP; MACCHIA RJ; FELDMAN JG; BRADY KA; LEVINE M; KIM DS; EISENBERG KB; RAINFORD E; PRINS GS; GREENE GL
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ASSAY FOR ANDROGEN RECEPTORS IN PROSTATE-CANCER - A PROSPECTIVE-STUDY OF 63 CASES WITH LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP

      Annals of surgical oncology
    48. CIOFI P; KRAUSE JE; PRINS GS; MAZZUCA M
      PRESENCE OF NUCLEAR ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN NEUROKININ B-CONTAINING NEURONS OF THE HYPOTHALAMIC ARCUATE NUCLEUS OF THE ADULT MALE-RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    49. SCOMMEGNA A; YE SH; PRINS GS
      BROMOCRYPTINE REVERSES THE INHIBITORY EFFECT OF MACROPHAGES ON HUMAN SPERM MOTILITY

      Fertility and sterility
    50. KRAMER RY; GARNER DL; BRUNS ES; ERICSSON SA; PRINS GS
      COMPARISON OF MOTILITY AND FLOW CYTOMETRIC ASSESSMENTS OF SEMINAL QUALITY IN FRESH, 24-HOUR EXTENDED AND CRYOPRESERVED HUMAN SPERMATOZOA

      Journal of andrology
    51. SAWETAWAN C; BRUNS ES; PRINS GS
      IMPROVEMENT OF POSTTHAW SPERM MOTILITY IN POOR QUALITY HUMAN SEMEN

      Fertility and sterility
    52. PRINS GS; WOODHAM C; LEPINSKE M; BIRCH L
      EFFECTS OF NEONATAL ESTROGEN EXPOSURE ON PROSTATIC SECRETORY GENES AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH ANDROGEN RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN THE SEPARATE PROSTATE LOBES OF THE ADULT-RAT

      Endocrinology
    53. BURTON BK; PRINS GS; VERP MS
      A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL OF PRENATAL SCREENING FOR DOWN-SYNDROME BY MEANS OF MATERNAL SERUM ALPHA-FETOPROTEIN, HUMAN CHORIONIC-GONADOTROPIN, ANDUNCONJUGATED ESTRIOL

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    54. SANTOLAVAFORGAS J; JESSUP J; KAHN D; PRINS GS; BURTON BK
      PATIENTS WITH LOW MIDTRIMESTER MATERNAL SERUM UNCONJUGATED ESTRIOL (MSUE3) HAVE AN INCREASED RISK OF PREGNANCY LOSS

      American journal of human genetics
    55. PRINS GS
      NEONATAL ESTROGEN EXPOSURE INDUCES LOBE-SPECIFIC ALTERATIONS IN ADULT-RAT PROSTATE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR EXPRESSION

      Endocrinology


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