Response to flumazenil in the late luteal phase and follicular phase of the menstrual cycle in healthy control females

@article{Bell2003ResponseTF,
  title={Response to flumazenil in the late luteal phase and follicular phase of the menstrual cycle in healthy control females},
  author={Emily C. Bell and Glen B Baker and Christina Poag and François Bellavance and Janisse Khudabux and Jean-Michel Le Mell{\'e}do},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2003},
  volume={172},
  pages={248-254}
}
Animal studies of short-term progesterone administration and withdrawal model the natural increase and abrupt decrease in progesterone levels which occur in the late luteal phase (LP) of the human menstrual cycle (MC). Previously, studies in animals have shown that abrupt cessation of chronic or short-term progesterone administration results in pharmacological changes at the GABAA receptor, resulting in altered sensitivity to GABAA receptor neuromodulators such as benzodiazepines and flumazenil… CONTINUE READING
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