ESR1 and ESR2 differentially regulate daily and circadian activity rhythms in female mice.

@article{Royston2014ESR1AE,
  title={ESR1 and ESR2 differentially regulate daily and circadian activity rhythms in female mice.},
  author={Sara E. Royston and Norio Yasui and Athanasios Kondilis and Steven V Lord and John A. Katzenellenbogen and Megan M. Mahoney},
  journal={Endocrinology},
  year={2014},
  volume={155 7},
  pages={
          2613-23
        }
}
Estrogenic signaling shapes and modifies daily and circadian rhythms, the disruption of which has been implicated in psychiatric, neurologic, cardiovascular, and metabolic disease, among others. However, the activational mechanisms contributing to these effects remain poorly characterized. To determine the activational impact of estrogen on daily behavior… CONTINUE READING