Manuel Carrillo

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The secretion of gonadotropins, the key reproductive hormones in vertebrates, is controlled from the brain by the gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), but also by complex steroid feedback(More)
Reproduction is controlled by two pituitary gonadotropin hormones, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). This study reports the cloning, sequence analysis, and gene(More)
To improve the efficiency of gynogenetic induction, the effects of UV light and thermal shock on gametes were investigated in the sea bass. Exposure of sperm to UV light (≥15 000 erg mm−2) reduced(More)
Puberty represents the transition from an immature to a mature reproductive stage. The mechanisms underlying the onset of normal or precocious puberty have not yet been elucidated. With the goal of(More)