Effect of Systemic Estradiol Administration on Circadian Body Temperature and Activity Rhythms in Female Rats

@inproceedings{Uchida2017EffectOS,
  title={Effect of Systemic Estradiol Administration on Circadian Body Temperature and Activity Rhythms in Female Rats},
  author={Yuki Uchida and Shuri Marui and Ken Tokizawa and Kei Nagashima},
  year={2017}
}
The estrus cycle affects the circadian body temperature (Tb) and activity rhythms, and progesterone is related to these alterations. However, it is not clear whether estrogen (E2) influences it. The present study examined whether E2 affects the circadian Tb and activity rhythm. Ovariectomized rats were implanted with a silastic plate with or without E2 underneath the dorsal skin (E2(-) and E2(+)), and these along with sham operated rats (SH) were measured for Tb and activity for 2 weeks. The… CONTINUE READING

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