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by D.W. Pfaff

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D.W. Pfaff
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Donald W. Pfaff heads the Laboratory of Neurobiology and Behavior at The Rockefeller University.

Estrogens and Brain Function: Neural Analysis of a Hormone Controlled Mammalian Reproductive Behavior. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag. Human oestrogen receptor cDNA: sequence, expression and homology to verb-A Roles for oestrogen receptor beta in adult brain function. A combination of field and laboratory investigations has revealed that the temporal patterns of testosterone (T) levels in blood can vary markedly among populations and individuals, and even within individuals from one year to the next.

Pfaff also formulated a concept of the fundamental brain processes, generalized brain arousal (GA) . Estrogens and Brain Function : Neural Analysis of a Hormone-Controlled Mammalian Reproductive Behavior. New York, NY: Springer New York.

Pfaff also formulated a concept of the fundamental brain processes, generalized brain arousal (GA), and studied the development of arousal-related neurons, their anatomy, and neurophysiology.

Estrogens and Brain Function: Neural Analysis of a Hormone-Controlled Mammalian Reproductive Behavior. Distribution and hormone regulation of estrogen receptor immunoreactive cells in the hippocampus of male and female rats

Estrogens and Brain Function: Neural Analysis of a Hormone-Controlled Mammalian Reproductive Behavior. Pfaff, . & Keiner, M. (1973). Distribution and hormone regulation of estrogen receptor immunoreactive cells in the hippocampus of male and female rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 388, 603–612. Wimer, C. & Wimer, R. E. (1989).

Estrogens and Brain Function . Estrogens and Brain Function, . Варианты приобретения. Pfaff Springer 9781461380863 : Eric Kandel and his colleagues have provided us with the most exciting contemporary approach to the conceptualization and study.

1980) Estrogen and Brain Function: Neural Analysis of a Hormone-Controlled Mammalian Reproductive .

1980) Estrogen and Brain Function: Neural Analysis of a Hormone-Controlled Mammalian Reproductive Behavior (Springer, New York). Pfaff D W. (1968) Endocrinology 82:1149–1155, pmid:5647596. OpenUrl Abstract/FREE Full Text. Message Subject (Your Name) has sent you a message from PNAS. Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the PNAS web site.

This book brings together some of the results and ideas produced by a large number of people-colleagues and students with whom I am privileged to work in the laboratory at Rockefeller University. In terms of my personal history I see it as a confluence of creative forces­ persons from whom I have learned. I was instructed in neuroanatomy by Walle J. H. Nauta at M. I. T. , and later in a course at Harvard Medical School under the direction of Richard Sidman. At Harvard Medical School, where M. I. T. graduate students were allowed to cross register, the superb neurophysiology course was under the guiding spirit of Stephen Kuffler. Later, I benefited greatly from participating in his summer course in electrophysiological techniques at Woods Hole. Eric Kandel and his colleagues have provided us with the most exciting contemporary approach to the conceptualization and study of cellular mechanisms for behavior. Here at Rockefeller, Carl Pfaffmann and Neal Miller have been leaders in every sense of the word. Not only did they provide me with opportunities to grow to scientific maturity; they also set an example of clear thinking about mechanisms for mammalian behavior patterns. I wrote this book to show how the systematic use of increasingly detailed electrophysiological, neuroanatomical, and neuroendocrine tech­ niques can explain the mechanism for a mammalian behavioral response. The behavior in question happens to be sensitive to steroid hormones and plays a central role in reproduction.