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Neuroendocrinology (2014) 100 (1): 71–80.
Published Online: 07 July 2014
...Divya Anchan; Amber Gafur; Kazuhiro Sano; Sonoko Ogawa; Nandini Vasudevan Background/Aims: Estrogens are important effectors of reproduction and are critical for upregulating female reproductive behavior or lordosis in females. In addition to the importance of transcriptional regulation of genes...
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Neuroendocrinology (2013) 97 (4): 363–368.
Published Online: 22 May 2013
... membrane estrogen receptor, to activate sexually receptive behavior in the female rat. Infusions of STX into the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus resulted in the activation and internalization of μ-opioid receptors in the medial preoptic nucleus, an action that is required for lordosis behavior. Indeed...
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Neuroendocrinology (2012) 95 (4): 297–304.
Published Online: 07 February 2012
...), and then vaginal opening and vaginal smears were examined. On day 60, their ovaries were removed and lordosis behavior was observed after subcutaneous implantation of a silicon tube containing E 2 . As a result, in most PPT and all E 2 rats, vaginal opening was advanced and an irregular estrous cycle was observed...
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Neuroendocrinology (1996) 64 (6): 467–470.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
... by the ERKO females, which was not seen in wild-type animals. Aggression toward other females was increased. Female-typical lordosis behavior was reduced for at least two reasons: less response to somatosensory stimuli on the hindquarters, as well as the fact that ERKO females were immediately treated...
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Neuroendocrinology (1997) 66 (1): 28–37.
Published Online: 09 April 2008
.... Periaqueductal gray Sex behavior Lordosis Gonadal steroids Analgesia Nociception Guinea pig [Msqjto endocrinology Reproductive Neuroendocrinology Neuroendocrinology 1997:66:28-37 Received: November 5. 1996 Accepted after revision: March 1!. 1996 Joanne C. Turcotte Jeffrey D. Blauslein Neuroscience...
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Neuroendocrinology (1993) 57 (1): 177–188.
Published Online: 08 April 2008
...Karl F. Malik; Joan I. Morrell; Harvey H. Feder In ovariectomized (OVX) female guinea pigs sequential administration of estradiol and then progesterone (P) is usually necessary to induce the sexually receptive lordosis posture. Systemic administration of alpha-adrenergic agonists can induce...
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Neuroendocrinology (1993) 58 (2): 218–226.
Published Online: 08 April 2008
... in the latter group. αMSH (100 ng/side/rat) and NA (20, 200 and 2,000 ng/side/rat) were injected into the VMN of ovariectomised-adrenalectomised rats primed with 1 µg OB. Both agents stimulated lordosis in non-receptive animals with a peak activity at 60 min. The effect of αMSH declined over the next 2 h...
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Neuroendocrinology (1993) 58 (3): 352–358.
Published Online: 08 April 2008
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. c-fos Estrogen FOS Lordosis Oxytocin Paraventricular nucleus Progesterone Ventromedial hypothalamus Original...
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Neuroendocrinology (1993) 57 (5): 946–954.
Published Online: 08 April 2008
... and proestrus in rats. Lordosis, sexual behavior, was exhibited only by proestrous females at 19.30 h. The content of monoamines and/or metabolites changed from afternoon to early evening of diestrus in a number of brain regions. On proestrus, during the time when females became sexually receptive, additional...
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Neuroendocrinology (1991) 53 (5): 473–479.
Published Online: 04 April 2008
...Margaret M. McCarthy; David B. Masters; Jeannie M. Fiber; Ana-Maria López-Colomé; Carlos Beyer; Barry R. Komisaruk; Harvey H. Feder GABAergic neurotransmission has been implicated in the control of the steroid-dependent behavior, lordosis. GABA has dual effects on lordosis: it facilitates lordosis...
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Neuroendocrinology (1990) 52 (4): 368–372.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
... to in the content or advertisements. Vomeronasal organ Sexual receptivity Luteinizing hormone Lordosis 15 12 1989 30 03 1990 3 4 2008 Neuroendocrinology I990;52: 368-372 Role of the Vomeronasal Organ in the Male-Induced Enhancement of Sexual Receptivity in Female Rats Gopalan...
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