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Kylie D Rock, Brian Horman, Allison L Phillips, Susan L McRitchie, Scott Watson, Jocelin Deese-Spruill, Dereje Jima, Susan Sumner, Heather M Stapleton and Heather B Patisaul

-time PCR and targeted neurotransmitter analysis) approaches to examine fetal Wistar rat brain and placenta following gestational exposure to 300 or 1000 μg FM550/kg/day. Because we hypothesized that sexually dimorphic placental FR exposure could be a route

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Lukas Engler, Christian Adolf, Daniel A Heinrich, Anna-Katharine Brem, Anna Riester, Anna Franke, Felix Beuschlein, Martin Reincke, Axel Steiger and Heike Künzel

animal data ( 50 ) and sexually dimorphic regulation of the MR- and gender-specific effects of aldosterone are at least described for other tissues ( 51 , 52 ). Chronic aldosterone excess seems not to influence immediate and delayed memory, cognitive

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Alessandra Gambineri and Carla Pelusi

the central nervous system, influencing the metabolism in a sexually dimorphic manner also at physiological levels ( 42 ). Androgens directly regulate the sympathetic nervous system output to white adipose tissue (WAT), and food intake, through the

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Bruno Donadille, Muriel Houang, Irène Netchine, Jean-Pierre Siffroi and Sophie Christin-Maitre

tubercle are sexually dimorphic: testosterone and consequently dihydrotestosterone levels are lacking in a 46,XY foetus, but are in excess in 46,XX. This may be due to the fact that peripheral conversion of adrenal and gonadal DHEA caused by 3b-HSD1 is low

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Julia H Goedecke, Mehreen Tootla and Dheshnie Keswell

://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2350-8-73 ) 25 Davis KE Neinast MD Sun K Skiles WM Bills JD Zehr JA Zeve D Hahner LD Cox DW Gent LM et al . The sexually dimorphic role of adipose and adipocyte estrogen receptors in modulating adipose tissue

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Alexander Tacey, Lewan Parker, Bu B Yeap, John Joseph, Ee M Lim, Andrew Garnham, David L Hare, Tara Brennan-Speranza and Itamar Levinger

: sexually dimorphic responses . Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1998 83 3332 – 3338 . ( https://doi.org/10.1210/jcem.83.9.5110 ) 34 Colberg SR Sigal RJ Fernhall B Regensteiner JG Blissmer BJ Rubin RR Chasan-Taber L Albright AL Braun

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André Marques-Pinto and Davide Carvalho

) . Sexually dimorphic neural circuitry Sex steroids have prominent roles in the differentiation of several sexually dimorphic neural circuits (195, 196) . ED may cross the immature blood–brain barrier (11) and thereby reverse the neurochemical phenotype of

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M Axelstad, U Hass, M Scholze, S Christiansen, A Kortenkamp and J Boberg

Lichtensteiger W Bassetti-Gaille C Faass O Axelstad M Boberg J Christiansen S Rehrauer H Georgijevic JK Hass U Kortenkamp A , et al . Differential gene expression patterns in developing sexually dimorphic rat brain regions exposed to

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Elizabeth Micks, Greta B Raglan and Jay Schulkin

Sanders SA . Hormonal contributions to sexually dimorphic behavioral development in humans . Psychoneuroendocrinology 1991 16 213 – 278 . ( doi:10.1016/0306-4530(91)90080-D ). 40 Silver RI Rodriguez R Chang TS Hearheart JP . In vitro

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Frederic Schrøder Arendrup, Severine Mazaud-Guittot, Bernard Jégou and David Møbjerg Kristensen

the population of PGCs and develop into oogonia ( 27 ). Postmigration PGCs initiate the expression of, among others, Mvh, which marks the end of migration of PGC and the beginning of sexual dimorphic development in the undifferentiated gonadal