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    1. Sinchak, K; Micevych, PE
      Progesterone blockade of estrogen activation of mu-opioid receptors regulates reproductive behavior

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Pavao, M; Traish, AM
      Estrogen receptor antibodies: specificity and utility in detection, localization and analyses of estrogen receptor alpha and beta

      STEROIDS
    3. Carlstrom, L; Ke, ZJ; Unnerstall, JR; Cohen, RS; Pandey, SC
      Estrogen modulation of the cyclic AMP response element-binding protein pathway - Effects of long-term and acute treatments

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Saleh, TM; Saleh, MC
      Inhibitory effect of 17 beta-estradiol in the parabrachial nucleus is mediated by GABA

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Cyr, M; Calon, F; Morissette, M; Grandbois, M; Callier, S; Di Paolo, T
      Drugs with estrogen-like potency and brain activity: Potential therapeuticapplication for the CNS

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    6. Rasia-Filho, AA; Londero, RG; Achaval, M
      Functional activities of the amygdala: an overview

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY & NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Taylor, AH; Al-Azzawi, F
      Immunolocalisation of oestrogen receptor beta in human tissues

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Hurn, PD; Macrae, IM
      Estrogen as a neuroprotectant in stroke

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    9. Gundlah, C; Kohama, SG; Mirkes, SJ; Garyfallou, VT; Urbanski, HF; Bethea, CL
      Distribution of estrogen receptor beta (ERP) mRNA in hypothalamus, midbrain and temporal lobe of spayed macaque: continued expression with hormone replacement

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Flanagan-Cato, LM
      Estrogen-induced remodeling of hypothalamic neural circuitry

      FRONTIERS IN NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    11. Alves, SE; McEwen, BS; Hayashi, S; Korach, KS; Pfaff, DW; Ogawa, S
      Estrogen-regulated progestin receptors are found in the midbrain raphe butnot hippocampus of estrogen receptor alpha (ER alpha) gene-disrupted mice

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    12. Osterlund, MK; Gustafsson, JA; Keller, E; Hurd, YL
      Estrogen receptor beta (ER beta) messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) expression within the human forebrain: Distinct distribution pattern to ER alpha mRNA

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    13. Fink, G; Sumner, B; Rosie, R; Wilson, H; McQueen, J
      Androgen actions on central serotonin neurotransmission: relevance for mood, mental state and memory

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Murray, HE; Rantle, CM; Simonian, SX; DonCarlos, LL; Herbison, AE; Gillies, GE
      Sexually dimorphic ontogeny of GABAergic influences on periventricular somatostatin neurons

      NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Foidart, A; Lakaye, B; Grisar, T; Ball, GF; Balthazart, J
      Estrogen receptor-beta in quail: Cloning, tissue expression and neuroanatomical distribution

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    16. Torner, L; Nava, G; Duenas, Z; Corbacho, A; Mejia, S; Lopez, F; Cajero, M; de la Escalera, CM; Clapp, C
      Changes in the expression of neurohypophyseal prolactins during the estrous cycle and after estrogen treatment

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Roy, BN; Reid, RL; Van Vugt, DA
      The effects of estrogen and progesterone on corticotropin-releasing hormone and arginine vasopressin messenger ribonucleic acid levels in the paraventricular nucleus and supraoptic nucleus of the rhesus monkey

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    18. Skynner, MJ; Sim, JA; Herbison, AE
      Detection of estrogen receptor alpha and beta messenger ribonucleic acids in adult gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    19. Rosas-Arellano, MP; Solano-Flores, LP; Ciriello, J
      Co-localization of estrogen and angiotensin receptors within subfornical organ neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Maswood, S; Truitt, W; Hotema, M; Caldarola-Pastuszka, M; Uphouse, L
      Estrous cycle modulation of extracellular serotonin in mediobasal hypothalamus: role of the serotonin transporter and terminal autoreceptors

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. KAWATA M; YURI K; OZAWA H; NISHI M; ITO T; HU ZT; LU HP; YOSHIDA M
      STEROID-HORMONES AND THEIR RECEPTORS IN THE BRAIN

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    22. WALSH JP; RAO A; SIMMONS DM; CLARKE IJ
      PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN-OVINE HYPOTHALAMUS ARE NOT REDUCED AT THE TIME OF THE PREOVULATORY LUTEINIZING-HORMONE SURGE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    23. Bethea, CL; Pecins-Thompson, M; Schutzer, WE; Gundlah, C; Lu, ZN
      Ovarian steroids and serotonin neural function

      MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    24. DELATORRE MM; MITSACOS A; KOUVELAS ED; ZAVITSANOU K; BALTHAZART J
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION, ANATOMICAL DISTRIBUTION AND SEX-DIFFERENCES OF THE NON-NMDA EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS IN THE QUAIL BRAIN AS IDENTIFIED BY CNQX BINDING

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    25. FINK G; SUMNER BEH; MCQUEEN JK; WILSON H; ROSIE R
      SEX STEROID CONTROL OF MOOD, MENTAL STATE AND MEMORY

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    26. FINK G; SUMNER BEH; MCQUEEN JK; WILSON H; ROSIE R
      CENTRAL SEROTONIN MECHANISMS AFFECTED BY SEX STEROIDS - RELEVANCE FORMOOD, MENTAL STATE AND MEMORY

      Journal of physiology
    27. Gibbs, RB; Burke, AM; Johnson, DA
      Estrogen replacement attenuates effects of scopolamine and lorazepam on memory acquisition and retention

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    28. WAGNER CK; NAKAYAMA AY; DEVRIES GJ
      POTENTIAL ROLE OF MATERNAL PROGESTERONE IN THE SEXUAL-DIFFERENTIATIONOF THE BRAIN

      Endocrinology
    29. MCCARTHY MM; DAVIS AM; MONG JA
      EXCITATORY NEUROTRANSMISSION AND SEXUAL-DIFFERENTIATION OF THE BRAIN

      Brain research bulletin
    30. PANZICA GC; VIGLIETTIPANZICA C; BALTHAZART J
      THE SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC MEDIAL PREOPTIC NUCLEUS OF QUAIL - A KEY BRAINAREA MEDIATING STEROID ACTION ON MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR

      Frontiers in neuroendocrinology
    31. BETHEA CL; WIDMANN AA
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DETECTION OF PROGESTIN RECEPTORS IN HYPOTHALAMIC BETA-ENDORPHIN AND SUBSTANCE-P NEURONS OF STEROID-TREATED MONKEYS

      Neuroendocrinology
    32. ROKY R; OBAL F; VALATX JL; BREDOW S; FANG JD; PAGANO LP; KRUEGER JM
      PROLACTIN AND RAPID EYE-MOVEMENT SLEEP REGULATION

      Sleep
    33. BROWN TJ; SHARMA M; HEISLER LE; KARSAN N; WALTERS MJ; MACLUSKY NJ
      IN-VITRO LABELING OF GONADAL-STEROID HORMONE RECEPTORS IN BRAIN-TISSUE SECTIONS

      Steroids
    34. PETERSEN SL; MCCRONE S; KELLER M; SHORES S
      EFFECTS OF ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE ON LUTEINIZING-HORMONE-RELEASINGHORMONE MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACID LEVELS - CONSIDERATION OF TEMPORALAND NEUROANATOMICAL VARIABLES

      Endocrinology
    35. HERNANDEZ ML; FERNANDEZRUIZ JJ; NAVARRO M; DEMIGUEL R; CEBEIRA M; VATICON L; RAMOS JA
      MODIFICATIONS OF MESOLIMBIC AND NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC ACTIVITIESAFTER INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR ADMINISTRATION OF PROLACTIN

      Journal of neural transmission
    36. MATERA C; WARDLAW SL
      AROMATIZATION IS NOT REQUIRED FOR ANDROGEN-INDUCED CHANGES IN PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS

      Molecular brain research
    37. PETERSEN SL; KELLER ML; CARDER SA; MCCRONE S
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE ON LEVELS OF POMC MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN THE ARCUATE NUCLEUS - RELATIONSHIP TO THE TIMING OF LH SURGE RELEASE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    38. MATERA C; WARDLAW SL
      DOPAMINE AND SEX STEROID REGULATION OF POMC GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS

      Neuroendocrinology
    39. ARBOGAST LA; VOOGT JL
      PROGESTERONE REVERSES THE ESTRADIOL-INDUCED DECREASE IN TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN THE ARCUATE NUCLEUS

      Neuroendocrinology


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