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Michele O Wilson, Bryony A McNeill, Graham K Barrell, Timothy C R Prickett, and Eric A Espiner

D Hida B Guidone G Speth R Michurina T Enikolopov G Middendorff R 2009 Expression of guanylyl cyclase (GC)-A and GC-B during brain development: evidence for a role of GC-B in perinatal neurogenesis . Endocrinology 150

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Zhihao Liu, Fengrui Wu, Baowei Jiao, Xiuyue Zhang, Chongjiang Hu, Baofeng Huang, Linyan Zhou, Xigui Huang, Zhijian Wang, Yaoguang Zhang, Yoshitaka Nagahama, Christopher H K Cheng, and Deshou Wang

Cyp19b mRNA in Southern catfish, strongly suggest that these genes are involved in Southern catfish ovarian differentiation and development. Furthermore, the down-regulation of Foxl2 and Cyp19b in the brain of the F and/or TAM treatment groups

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Cun Li, Thomas J McDonald, Guoyao Wu, Mark J Nijland, and Peter W Nathanielsz

both the practical difficulties involved in studying the fetal rodent brain and the likelihood that the majority of perinatal development in this hypothalamic system in rodents is postnatal and therefore fetal studies may not be informative. In contrast

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Laurent Givalois, Gaëlle Naert, Lucia Tapia-Arancibia, and Sandor Arancibia

changes with development in the brain. Journal of Neurochemistry 69 34 –42. Kiyama H & Emson PC 1990 Distribution of somatostatin mRNA in the rat nervous system as visualized by a novel non-radioactive in situ

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Yarikipati Prathibha and Balasubramanian Senthilkumaran

-hind brain boundary ( Lun & Brand 1998 ), kidney ( Majumdar et al . 2000 ) and thyroid follicles in zebrafish ( Wendl et al . 2002 ). Considering the interaction and regulatory influence of thyroid hormones on gonadal development and recrudescence ( Swapna

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Jacob C Garza, Chung Sub Kim, Jing Liu, Wei Zhang, and Xin-Yun Lu

the lack of MC4R in other brain regions and tissues during development. In this study, we demonstrate that selective MC4R knockdown in PVN neurons of the adult wild-type rat results in no changes in food intake and body weight when animals are fed with

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M G Gnanalingham, A Mostyn, D S Gardner, T Stephenson, and M E Symonds

Introduction Mitochondria, the ‘powerhouses’ of the cell, control the oxidative energy supply in normal and pathological physiology, embryonic development, apoptosis and general body ageing ( Gottlieb 2000 ). While the metabolic

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I M McGonnell and R C Fowkes

. Callard G 1993 Aromatization in brain and pituitary: an evolutionary perspective. New York, NY, USA: Raven Press. Chai C , Liu Y & Chan WK 2003 Ff1b is required for the development of steroidogenic component of the

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Lydie Naulé, Marie Picot, Mariangela Martini, Caroline Parmentier, Hélène Hardin-Pouzet, Matthieu Keller, Isabelle Franceschini, and Sakina Mhaouty-Kodja

reference doses, in the absence of endogenous E 2 , did not affect sexual brain development during the perinatal period. BPA may act, in particular at the TDI dose, during the postnatal/prepubertal period to increase the action of ovarian E 2 on the ERα

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Nilli Zmora, Ten-Tsao Wong, John Stubblefield, Berta Levavi-Sivan, and Yonathan Zohar

YH Park JW Kim J-H Kwon JY 2016 Neurokinin B-related peptide suppresses the expression of GnRH I, kiss2 and tac3 in the brain of mature female Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus. Development and Reproduction 20 51 – 61 . ( doi