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    1. Brinton, RD
      Cellular and molecular mechanisms of estrogen regulation of memory function and neuroprotection against Alzheimer's disease: Recent insights and remaining challenges

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    2. Taber, KH; Murphy, DD; Blurton-Jones, MM; Hurley, RA
      An update on estrogen: Higher cognitive function, receptor mapping, neurotrophic effects

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    3. Compton, J; van Amelsvoort, T; Murphy, D
      HRT and its effect on normal ageing of the brain and dementia

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Rudick, CN; Woolley, CS
      Estrogen regulates functional inhibition of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells in the adult female rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Daniel, JM; Dohanich, GP
      Acetylcholine mediates the estrogen-induced increase in NMDA receptor binding in CA1 of the hippocampus and the associated improvement in working memory

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Yankova, M; Hart, SA; Woolley, CS
      Estrogen increases synaptic connectivity between single presynaptic inputsand multiple postsynaptic CA1 pyramidal cells: A serial electron-microscopic study

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Krezel, W; Dupont, S; Krust, A; Chambon, P; Chapman, PF
      Increased anxiety and synaptic plasticity in estrogen receptor beta-deficient mice

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Hart, SA; Patton, JD; Woolley, CS
      Quantitative analysis of ER alpha and GAD colocalization in the hippocampus of the adult female rat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    9. Gollapudi, L; Oblinger, MM
      Estrogen effects on neurite outgrowth and cytoskeletal gene expression in ER alpha-transfected PC12 cell lines

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    10. Adams, MM; Morrison, JH; Gore, AC
      N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor mRNA levels change during reproductive senescence in the hippocampus of female rats

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    11. Leranth, C; Shanabrough, M
      Supramammillary area mediates subcortical estrogenic action on hippocampalsynaptic plasticity

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    12. Greenfield, JP; Gross, RS; Gouras, GK; Xu, HX
      Cellular and molecular basis of beta-amyloid precursor protein metabolism

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    13. Brinton, RD; Chen, SH; Montoya, M; Hsieh, D; Minaya, J
      The estrogen replacement therapy of the Women's Health Initiative promotesthe cellular mechanisms of memory and neuronal survival in neurons vulnerable to Alzheimer's disease

      MATURITAS
    14. Leranth, C; Shanabrough, M; Horvath, TL
      Hormonal regulation of hippocampal spine synapse density involves subcortical mediation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Ivanova, T; Beyer, C
      Ontogenetic expression and sex differences of aromatase and estrogen receptor-alpha/beta mRNA in the mouse hippocampus

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    16. Brinton, RD; Chen, SH; Montoya, M; Hsieh, D; Minaya, J; Kim, J; Chu, HP
      The women's health initiative estrogen replacement therapy is neurotrophicand neuroprotective

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    17. Adams, MM; Oung, T; Morrison, JH; Gore, AC
      Length of postovariectomy interval and age, but not estrogen replacement, regulate N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor mRNA levels in the hippocampus of female rats

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    18. Andrade, JP; Madeira, MD; Paula-Barbosa, MM
      Sexual dimorphism in the subiculum of the rat hippocampal formation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Laessig, SA; McCarthy, MM; Silbergeld, EK
      Neurotoxic effects of endocrine disruptors

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    20. Woolley, CS
      Effects of estrogen in the CNS

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    21. Good, M; Day, M; Muir, JL
      Cyclical changes in endogenous levels of oestrogen modulate the induction of LTD and LTP in the hippocampal CA1 region

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Woolley, CS
      Electrophysiological and cellular effects of estrogen on neuronal function

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    23. Barraclough, DJ; Ingram, CD; Brown, MW
      Chronic treatment with oestradiol does not after in vitro LTP in subfield CA1 of the female rat hippocampus

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    24. Morrell, MJ
      Epilepsy in women: the science of why it is special

      NEUROLOGY
    25. Gibbs, RB
      Estrogen replacement enhances acquisition of a spatial memory task and reduces deficits associated with hippocampal muscarinic receptor inhibition

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    26. ROCHEFORT H; PLATET N; HAYASHIDO Y; DEROCQ D; LUCAS A; CUNAT S; GARCIA M
      ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR MEDIATED INHIBITION OF CANCER CELL INVASION AND MOTILITY - AN OVERVIEW

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    27. Saldanha, CJ; Popper, P; Micevych, PE; Schlinger, BA
      The passerine hippocampus is a site of high aromatase: Inter- and intraspecies comparisons

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    28. Woolley, CS
      Estrogen-mediated structural and functional synaptic plasticity in the female rat hippocampus

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    29. SHEIKH MS; GARCIA M; PUJOL P; FONTANA JA; ROCHEFORT H
      WHY ARE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR-NEGATIVE BREAST CANCERS MORE AGGRESSIVE THAN THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR-POSITIVE BREAST CANCERS

      Invasion & metastasis
    30. DUBOIS V; COUISSI D; SCHONNE E; SCHNEIDER YJ; REMACLE C; TROUET A
      ESTROGEN AND INSULIN MODULATION OF INTRACELLULAR INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR BINDING-PROTEINS IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER CELLS - POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT IN LYSOSOMAL HYDROLASES OVERSECRETION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications


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