Items where Subject is "sex differences"

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Borniger, J. C., Chaudhry, A., Muehlenbein, M. P. (2013) Relationships among musical aptitude, digit ratio and testosterone in men and women. PLoS One, 8 (3). e57637. ISSN 1932-6203 (Electronic)1932-6203 (Linking)

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Corona, Alberto, Choe, Jane, Muñoz-Castañeda, Rodrigo, Osten, Pavel, Shea, Stephen D (July 2023) A circuit from the locus coeruleus to the anterior cingulate cortex modulates offspring interactions in mice. Cell Reports, 42 (7). p. 112771. ISSN 2211-1247

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Dalla, Christina, Jaric, Ivana, Pavlidi, Pavlina, Hodes, Georgia E, Kokras, Nikolaos, Bespalov, Anton, Kas, Martien J, Steckler, Thomas, Kabbaj, Mohamed, Würbel, Hanno, Marroco, Jordan, Tollkuhn, Jessica, Shansky, Rebecca, Bangasser, Debra, Becker, Jill B, McCarthy, Margaret, Ferland-Beckham, Chantelle (October 2023) Practical solutions for including Sex As a Biological Variable (SABV) in preclinical neuropsychopharmacological research. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. p. 110003. ISSN 0165-0270

Degroat, Thomas, Wiersielis, Kimberly, Denny, Katherine, Tollkuhn, Jessica, Samuels, Benjamin A, Roepke, Troy (2022) Chronic Variable Mild Stress Alters Avoidance Behavior in Mice but has no Influence on the Transcriptome of the Anterodorsal Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis and the M-Current of NPY Neurons. In: ACNP 61st Annual Meeting.

Denney, Katherine, Wu, Melody, Sun, Simón E, Moon, Soyoun, Tollkuhn, Jessica (2023) Comparative analysis of gonadal hormone receptor expression in the house mouse, meadow vole, and prairie vole brain. (Submitted)

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Gegenhuber, B., Tollkuhn, J. (June 2019) Sex Differences in the Epigenome: A Cause or Consequence of Sexual Differentiation of the Brain? Genes (Basel), 10 (6). E432. ISSN 2073-4425 (Print)2073-4425

Gegenhuber, B, Wu, MV, Bronstein, R, Tollkuhn, J (May 2022) Gene regulation by gonadal hormone receptors underlies brain sex differences. Nature. ISSN 0028-0836

Gegenhuber, Bruno (April 2022) Epigenomic organization and activation of brain sex differences. PhD thesis, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Gegenhuber, Bruno, Tollkuhn, Jessica (July 2022) Epigenetic Mechanisms of Brain Sexual Differentiation. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in biology. a039099. ISSN 1943-0264

Giovanniello, Jacqueline, Ahrens, Sandra, Yu, Kai, Li, Bo (June 2021) Sex-Specific Stress-Related Behavioral Phenotypes and Central Amygdala Dysfunction in a Mouse Model of 16p11.2 Microdeletion. Biological Psychiatry Global Open Science, 1 (1). pp. 59-69. ISSN 2667-1743

Giovanniello, Jacqueline, Ahrens, Sandra, Yu, Kai, Li, Bo (November 2020) Sex-specific stress-related behavioral phenotypes and central amygdala dysfunction in a mouse model of 16p11.2 microdeletion. BioRxiv. (Unpublished)

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Jarczok, M. N., Aguilar-Raab, C., Koenig, J., Kaess, M., Borniger, J. C., Nelson, R. J., Hall, M., Ditzen, B., Thayer, J. F., Fischer, J. E. (July 2018) The Heart's rhythm 'n' blues: Sex differences in circadian variation patterns of vagal activity vary by depressive symptoms in predominantly healthy employees. Chronobiol Int, 35 (7). pp. 896-909. ISSN 1525-6073 (Electronic)0742-0528 (Linking)

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Manoli, D. S., Tollkuhn, J. (January 2018) Gene regulatory mechanisms underlying sex differences in brain development and psychiatric disease. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 1420 (1). pp. 26-45. ISSN 0077-8923

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Smiley, Kristina O, Munley, Kathleen M, Aghi, Krisha, Lipshutz, Sara E, Patton, Tessa M, Pradhan, Devaleena S, Solomon-Lane, Tessa K, Sun, Simón ED (November 2023) Sex diversity in the 21st century: Concepts, frameworks, and approaches for the future of neuroendocrinology. Hormones and Behaviour, 157. p. 105445. ISSN 0018-506X

Sun, SD, Tollkuhn, J (January 2023) Regulation of gene expression in the brain by sex hormones. In: Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine: Sex and Gender-Specific Biology in the Postgenomic Era. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 117-127. ISBN 9780323885348

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Tollkuhn, Jessica (October 2021) NEURAL TARGET GENES OF ESTROGEN RECEPTOR ALPHA SPECIFY SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE BRAIN. In: 68th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.

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Wu, Melody, Tollkuhn, Jessica (March 2017) Estrogen receptor alpha is required in GABAergic, but not glutamatergic, neurons to masculinize the brain. BioRxiv. (Unpublished)

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