Suppression of sex behavior by kappa opiates and stress steroids occurs via independent neuroendocrine pathways.

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Endocannabinoids and their receptors are found throughout the brain of all vertebrates. By virtue of their wide distribution, endocannabinoids have the potential to affect many behaviors. Prior research has shown that cannabinoids inhibit courtship-clasping and mediate behavioral responses to stress in male rough-skinned newts, Taricha granulosa, and… (More)

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@article{Lombana2015SuppressionOS, title={Suppression of sex behavior by kappa opiates and stress steroids occurs via independent neuroendocrine pathways.}, author={Karla G. Lombana and Natalie A Middleton and Emma J Coddington}, journal={General and comparative endocrinology}, year={2015}, volume={210}, pages={81-6} }