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Progesterone increases levels of mu-opioid receptor mRNA in the preoptic area and arcuate nucleus of ovariectomized, estradiol-treated female rats.
Dual label in situ hybridization studies provide evidence that luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neurons do not synthesize messenger ribonucleic acid for mu, kappa, or delta opiate receptors.
The distribution of progestin receptor mRNA in rat brainstem.
Direct and indirect regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons by estradiol.
17?-estradiol and progesterone regulate multiple progestin signaling molecules in the anteroventral periventricular nucleus, ventromedial nucleus and sexually dimorphic nucleus of the preoptic area in female rats.
Aryl hydrocarbon receptor activation in lactotropes and gonadotropes interferes with estradiol-dependent and -independent preprolactin, glycoprotein alpha and luteinizing hormone beta gene expression.
Oestradiol-dependent and -independent modulation of tyrosine hydroxylase mRNA levels in subpopulations of A1 and A2 neurones with oestrogen receptor (ER)alpha and ER beta gene expression.
Dual-phenotype GABA/glutamate neurons in adult preoptic area: sexual dimorphism and function.
The aryl hydrocarbon receptor pathway and sexual differentiation of neuroendocrine functions.
The gad2 promoter is a transcriptional target of estrogen receptor (ER)alpha and ER beta: a unifying hypothesis to explain diverse effects of estradiol.
Estradiol acts through nuclear- and membrane-initiated mechanisms to maintain a balance between GABAergic and glutamatergic signaling in the brain: implications for hormone replacement therapy.
Microarray analysis of neonatal rat anteroventral periventricular transcriptomes identifies the proapoptotic Cugbp2 gene as sex-specific and regulated by estradiol.