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    1. Schwartz, WJ; de la Iglesia, HO; Zlomanczuk, P; Illnerova, H
      Encoding le quattro stagioni within the mammalian brain: Photoperiodic orchestration through the suprachiasmatic nucleus

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    2. Gesase, AP; Satoh, Y
      Sexual differences and effects of castration on secretory mode and intracellular calcium ion dynamics of golden hamster Harderian gland

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    3. Romeo, RD; Cook-Wiens, E; Richardson, HN; Sisk, CL
      Dihydrotestosterone activates sexual behavior in adult male hamsters but not in juveniles

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    4. Wood, RI; Williams, SJ
      Steroidal control of male hamster sexual behavior in Me and MPOA: effects of androgen dose and tamoxifen

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    5. Pompolo, S; Rawson, JA; Clarke, IJ
      Projections from the arcuate/ventromedial region of the hypothalamus to the preoptic area and bed nucleus of stria terminalis in the brain of the ewe; lack of direct input to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Romeo, RD; Sisk, CL
      Pubertal and seasonal plasticity in the amygdala

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Ebling, FJP; Cronin, AS
      The neurobiology of reproductive development

      NEUROREPORT
    8. Wersinger, SR; Rissman, EF
      Oestrogen receptor alpha is essential for female-directed chemo-investigatory behaviour but is not required for the pheromone-induced luteinizing hormone surge in male mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    9. Veney, SL; Rissman, EF
      Steroid implants in the medial preoptic area or ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus activate female sexual behaviour in the musk shrew

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

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Foidart, A; Meddle, SL; Balthazart, J
      Mating-induced Fos and aromatase are not co-localized in the preoptic area

      NEUROREPORT
    12. Coolen, LM; Wood, RI
      Testosterone stimulation of the medial preoptic area and medial amygdala in the control of male hamster sexual behavior: redundancy without amplification

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Finley, SK; Kritzer, MF
      Immunoreactivity for intracellular androgen receptors in identified subpopulations of neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes in primate prefrontal cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    14. Bittman, EL; Tubbiola, ML; Foltz, G; Hegarty, CM
      Effects of photoperiod and androgen on proopiomelanocortin gene expressionin the arcuate nucleus of golden hamsters

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Du, JF; Hull, EM
      Effects of testosterone on neuronal nitric oxide synthase and tyrosine hydroxylase

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Apostolinas, S; Rajendren, G; Dobrjansky, A; Gibson, MJ
      Androgen receptor immunoreactivity in specific neural regions in normal and hypogonadal male mice: effect of androgens

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. DIMATTEO L; BACCARI GC; MINUCCI S
      TSH AND THYROID-HORMONES INDUCE THE RELEASE OF SECRETORY GRANULES IN THE HARDERIAN-GLAND OF HYPOPHYSECTOMIZED FROGS, (RANA-ESCULENTA) - MORPHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    18. SIPOS ML; NYBY JG
      INTRACRANIAL ANDROGENIC ACTIVATION OF MALE-TYPICAL BEHAVIORS IN-HOUSEMICE - CONCURRENT STIMULATION OF THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA AND MEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    19. KONDO Y; SACHS BD; SAKUMA Y
      IMPORTANCE OF THE MEDIAL AMYGDALA IN RAT PENILE ERECTION EVOKED BY REMOTE STIMULI FROM ESTROUS FEMALES (VOL 88, PG 153, 1997)

      Behavioural brain research
    20. VENEY SL; RISSMAN EF
      COLOCALIZATION OF ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR AND AROMATASE ENZYME IMMUNOREACTIVITIES IN ADULT MUSK SHREW BRAIN

      Hormones and behavior (Print)
    21. THOMPSON RR; GOODSON JL; RUSCIO MG; ADKINSREGAN E
      ROLE OF THE ARCHISTRIATAL NUCLEUS TAENIAE IN THE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR OF MALE JAPANESE-QUAIL (COTURNIX JAPONICA) - A COMPARISON OF FUNCTION WITHTHE MEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA IN MAMMALS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    22. Kelliher, KR; Chang, YM; Wersinger, SR; Baum, MJ
      Sex difference and testosterone modulation of pheromone-induced neuronal Fos in the ferret's main olfactory bulb and hypothalamus

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    23. MADRID JF; HERNANDEZ F; BALLESTA J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GLYCOPROTEINS IN THE EPITHELIAL-CELLS OF HUMAN AND OTHER MAMMALIAN GALLBLADDER - A REVIEW

      Microscopy research and technique
    24. SWANN J; FIBER JM
      SEX-DIFFERENCES IN FUNCTION OF A PHEROMONALLY STIMULATED PATHWAY - ROLE OF STEROIDS AND THE MAIN OLFACTORY SYSTEM

      Brain research bulletin
    25. BAKKER J; POOL CW; SONNEMANS M; VANLEEUWEN FW; SLOB AK
      QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION OF ESTROGEN AND ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-IMMUNOREACTIVE CELLS IN THE FOREBRAIN OF NEONATALLY ESTROGEN-DEPRIVED MALE-RATS

      Neuroscience
    26. KONDO Y; SACHS BD; SAKUMA Y
      IMPORTANCE OF THE MEDIAL AMYGDALA IN RAT PENILE ERECTION EVOKED BY REMOTE STIMULI FROM ESTROUS FEMALES

      Behavioural brain research
    27. BUZZELL GR; HIDA A; FU S; SEYAMA Y
      EFFECT OF THE PHOTOPERIOD IN MODULATING THE ANDROGENIC CONTROL OF 1-ALKYL-2,3-DIACYLGLYCEROL COMPOSITION IN THE HARDERIAN-GLAND OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER, MESOCRICETUS-AURATUS

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    28. HAIM A; SHANAS U; OATES KM; SAMPLE CB; BUZZELL GR
      5-AMINOLEVULINATE SYNTHASE IS PRESENT, BUT PORPHYRINS DO NOT ACCUMULATE, IN THE HARDERIAN GLANDS OF THE MOLE-RAT, SPALAX-EHRENBERGI, AND 2 SPECIES OF SPINY MICE, ACOMYS-CAHIRINUS AND A-RUSSATUS

      Israel Journal of Zoology
    29. WOOD RI
      THINKING ABOUT NETWORKS IN THE CONTROL OF MALE HAMSTER SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR

      Hormones and behavior
    30. MCGINNIS MY; KAHN DF
      INHIBITION OF MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR BY INTRACRANIAL IMPLANTS OF THE PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INHIBITOR ANISOMYCIN INTO THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA OF THE RAT

      Hormones and behavior
    31. MEEK LR; ROMEO RD; NOVAK CM; SISK CL
      ACTIONS OF TESTOSTERONE IN PREPUBERTAL AND POSTPUBERTAL MALE HAMSTERS- DISSOCIATION OF EFFECTS ON REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR AND BRAIN ANDROGENRECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY

      Hormones and behavior
    32. DUBEY S; HALDAR C
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS AND ANNUAL HARDERIAN-PINEAL-GONADAL INTERRELATIONSHIP IN INDIAN JUNGLE BUSH QUAIL, PERDICULA-ASIATICA

      General and comparative endocrinology
    33. SWANN JM
      GONADAL-STEROIDS REGULATE BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO PHEROMONES BY ACTIONS ON A SUBDIVISION OF THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC NUCLEUS

      Brain research
    34. FITZGERALD BP; DAVISON LA
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF N-METHYL-DL-ASPARTIC ACID ON GONADOTROPIN AND PROLACTIN SECRETION IN ANESTROUS MARES AND MARES EXHIBITING ESTROUS CYCLES DURING ANESTRUS

      Biology of reproduction
    35. PAYNE AP; SHAH SW; MARR FA; MCGADEY J; THOMPSON GG; MOORE MR
      HORMONES AND THE CONTROL OF PORPHYRIN BIOSYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE IN THE HAMSTER HARDERIAN-GLAND

      Microscopy research and technique
    36. WOOD RI
      FUNCTIONS OF THE STEROID-RESPONSIVE NEURAL-NETWORK IN THE CONTROL OF MALE HAMSTER SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    37. HASTINGS M
      MELATONIN AND SEASONALITY - FILLING THE GAP

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    38. BITTMAN EL; JETTON AE; VILLALBA C; DEVRIES GJ
      EFFECTS OF PHOTOPERIOD AND ANDROGEN ON PITUITARY-FUNCTION AND NEUROPEPTIDE STAINING IN SIBERIAN HAMSTERS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    39. GRECO B; EDWARDS DA; MICHEAL RP; CLANCY AN
      ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY AND MATING-INDUCED FOS EXPRESSION IN FOREBRAIN AND MIDBRAIN STRUCTURES IN THE MALE-RAT

      Neuroscience
    40. HANDA RJ; KERR JE; DONCARLOS LL; MCGIVERN RF; HEJNA G
      HORMONAL-REGULATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA OF THE MALE-RAT

      Molecular brain research
    41. WOOD RI
      ESTRADIOL, BUT NOT DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, IN THE MEDIAL AMYGDALA FACILITATES MALE HAMSTER SEX BEHAVIOR

      Physiology & behavior
    42. KASHON ML; ARBOGAST JA; SISK CL
      DISTRIBUTION AND HORMONAL-REGULATION OF ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE FOREBRAIN OF THE MALE EUROPEAN FERRET

      Journal of comparative neurology
    43. SEYAMA Y; HIDA A; HAYASHI S; BUZZELL GR
      ANDROGENIC CONTROL OF 1-ALKYL-2,3-DIACYLGLYCEROL IN THE HARDERIAN-GLAND OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER, MESOCRICETUS-AURATUS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    44. BODYAK ND
      HARDERIAN-GLAND IN MAMMALS - BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-ASPECTS

      Izvestia Akademii nauk SSSR. Seria biologiceskaa
    45. LERCHL A
      SUSTAINED RESPONSE OF PINEAL MELATONIN SYNTHESIS TO A SINGLE ONE-MINUTE LIGHT-PULSE DURING NIGHT IN DJUNGARIAN HAMSTERS (PHODOPUS-SUNGORUS)

      Neuroscience letters
    46. AYYAD N; COHEN BI; MOSBACH EH; MIKAMI T; MIKAMI Y; OHSHIMA A
      HORMONAL-CONTROL OF CHOLESTEROL CHOLELITHIASIS IN THE FEMALE HAMSTER

      Journal of lipid research
    47. 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
    48. IRVINE CHG; ALEXANDER SL; TURNER JE
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GRADED DOSES OF NALOXONE ON THE REPRODUCTIVE AND ADRENAL AXES IN SEASONALLY ANESTROUS MARES

      Endocrine
    49. SHARMA UR; RISSMAN EF
      TESTOSTERONE IMPLANTS IN SPECIFIC NEURAL SITES ACTIVATE FEMALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    50. TUBBIOLA ML; BITTMAN EL
      STEROIDAL AND PHOTOPERIODIC REGULATION OF OPIATE BINDING IN MALE GOLDEN-HAMSTERS

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    51. NTOUMI F; MARTINET L; MONDAINMONVAL M
      EFFECTS OF MELATONIN TREATMENT ON THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE NEURONAL SYSTEM AND ON GONADOTROPIN-SECRETION IN MALE MINK, MUSTELA-VISON, IN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF TESTOSTERONE FEEDBACK

      Journal of pineal research
    52. MORGAN PJ; BARRETT P; HOWELL HE; HELLIWELL R
      MELATONIN RECEPTORS - LOCALIZATION, MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Neurochemistry international
    53. MORGAN PJ; MERCER JG
      SYMPOSIUM ON SEASONALITY - CONTROL OF SEASONALITY BY MELATONIN

      Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
    54. MCBLAIN WA; HOFFMAN RA; BUZZELL GR
      ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IN THE HARDERIAN GLANDS OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER - CHARACTERIZATION AND THE EFFECTS OF ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION, THE PITUITARY, AND GENDER

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    55. HAZLERIGG DG; HASTINGS MH; MORGAN PJ
      THE RECOVERY OF OVINE PARS TUBERALIS CELLS FROM MELATONIN-INDUCED SENSITIZATION IS A SLOW, PROTEIN SYNTHESIS-DEPENDENT PHENOMENON

      Journal of Endocrinology
    56. PAYNE AP
      THE HARDERIAN-GLAND - A TERCENTENNIAL REVIEW

      Journal of Anatomy
    57. BITTMAN EL; THOMAS EM; ZUCKER I
      MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN SCIURID AND HYSTRICOMORPH RODENTS - STUDIES ON GROUND-SQUIRRELS AND GUINEA-PIGS

      Brain research
    58. BARTNESS TJ; POWERS JB; HASTINGS MH; BITTMAN EL; GOLDMAN BD
      THE TIMED INFUSION PARADIGM FOR MELATONIN DELIVERY - WHAT HAS IT TAUGHT US ABOUT THE MELATONIN SIGNAL, ITS RECEPTION, AND THE PHOTOPERIODICCONTROL OF SEASONAL RESPONSES

      Journal of pineal research
    59. WILLIAMS LM; HELLIWELL RJA
      MELATONIN AND SEASONALITY IN THE SHEEP

      Animal reproduction science
    60. MALPAUX B; DAVEAU A; MAURICE F; GAYRARD V; THIERY JC
      SHORT-DAY EFFECTS OF MELATONIN ON LUTEINIZING-HORMONE SECRETION IN THE EWE - EVIDENCE FOR CENTRAL SITES OF ACTION IN THE MEDIOBASAL HYPOTHALAMUS

      Biology of reproduction
    61. BITTMAN EL
      THE SITES AND CONSEQUENCES OF MELATONIN BINDING IN MAMMALS

      American zoologist


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