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Neuroendocrinology (2023) 113 (9): 905–914.
Published Online: 20 May 2023
... databases including PubMed, Google Scholar, and ProQuest. Articles were included if they were original research from peer-reviewed academic journals that dealt with glutamate, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, neurosteroids, glutamate and sex hormone interactions, or the potential impact of glutamate...
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Neuroendocrinology (2023) 113 (1): 14–35.
Published Online: 31 January 2023
...Taysa Bervian Bassani; Cynthia Silva Bartolomeo; Rafaela Brito Oliveira; Rodrigo Portes Ureshino Neuroactive steroids can be synthetic or endogenous molecules produced by neuronal and glial cells and peripheral glands. Examples include estrogens, testosterone, progesterone and its reduced...
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Neuroendocrinology (2016) 103 (6): 665–677.
Published Online: 13 November 2015
...Beilei Lei; Haichen Wang; Seongtae Jeong; Justin T. Hsieh; Mohammed Majeed; Hana Dawson; Huaxin Sheng; David S. Warner; Michael L. James In models of acute brain injury, progesterone improves recovery through several mechanisms including modulation of neuroinflammation. Secondary injury from...
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Neuroendocrinology (2016) 103 (5): 518–530.
Published Online: 10 September 2015
...Justin T. Hsieh; Beilei Lei; Huaxin Sheng; Talagnair Venkatraman; Christopher D. Lascola; David S. Warner; Michael L. James Background: Preclinical evidence suggests that progesterone improves recovery after intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH); however, gonadal hormones have sex-specific effects...
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Neuroendocrinology (2016) 103 (3-4): 300–314.
Published Online: 24 July 2015
...Mélanie Bourque; Marc Morissette; Sara Al Sweidi; Donatella Caruso; Roberto C. Melcangi; Thérèse Di Paolo Background: Numerous studies have reported on the neuroprotective activity of estradiol, whereas the effect of the other ovarian steroid, progesterone, is much less documented. Methods...
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Neuroendocrinology (2015) 100 (4): 334–346.
Published Online: 18 November 2014
... 2 , E 2 + progesterone, or vehicle) selected to mimic currently prescribed hormone replacement therapies used for the alleviation of menopausal symptoms in women. We found that about half of GnRH perikarya co-expressed GPER, while only about 12% of GnRH processes and terminals in the median eminence...
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Neuroendocrinology (2015) 100 (2-3): 162–177.
Published Online: 02 October 2014
... differences in stress reactivity, suggesting that the fluctuations in gonadal steroid levels across the estrous cycle may play a regulatory role in the stress-induced cytokine expression. The present studies were designed to investigate the role of 17-β-estradiol (E 2 ) and progesterone (Pg) in regulating...
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Neuroendocrinology (2012) 96 (2): 152–161.
Published Online: 25 April 2012
...Shaila K. Mani; Jeffrey D. Blaustein The steroid hormone, progesterone (P), modulates neuroendocrine functions in the central nervous system resulting in integration of reproduction and reproductive behaviors in female mammals. Although it is widely recognized that P’s effects on female sex...
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Neuroendocrinology (2009) 89 (2): 200–209.
Published Online: 02 October 2008
... granules and some cells with evident signs of involution. Conclusions: (1) Blockade of progesterone action by mifepristone activated the lactotrope, increased significantly prolactin mRNA and protein expression and prepared the pituitary for naloxone action. (2) The high serum prolactin levels induced...