Carole Lewis

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Proper gonadal function requires coordinated (feedback) interactions between the gonads, adenohypophysis, and brain: the gonads elaborate sex steroids (progestins, androgens, and estrogens) and proteins (inhibin-activin family) during gamete development. In both sexes, the brain-pituitary gonadotrophin-regulating interaction is coordinated by estradiol(More)
A computerized motor activity monitoring system was used to investigate the development and time dependence of sensitization to repeated exposure of amphetamine. Male Sprague-Dawley rats were acclimated for 7 days to light/dark cycle (0700 h:1900 h) in the testing room, and were then housed in the test cages for 16 days of continuous recording. The(More)
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