Princy S Quadros
Affiliation: University of Massachusetts
- Progesterone receptors and the sexual differentiation of the medial preoptic nucleusPrincy S Quadros
Center for Neuroendocrine Studies, Neuroscience and Behavior Program and Department of Psychology, Tobin Hall, Box 37720, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, USA
J Neurobiol 51:24-32. 2002..These results, taken together with the expression of PR in the MPNc, suggest that PR may influence the sexual differentiation of the MPNc volume...
- Regulation of progesterone receptor expression by estradiol is dependent on age, sex and region in the rat brainPrincy S Quadros
Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, USA
Endocrinology 149:3054-61. 2008..In addition, the neonatal female VMN may provide a unique model in which to examine the mechanisms underlying the specificity of steroid-induced gene expression...
- Sex differences in progesterone receptor expression: a potential mechanism for estradiol-mediated sexual differentiationPrincy S Quadros
Center for Neuroendocrine Studies and Neuroscience and Behavior Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst 01003, USA
Endocrinology 143:3727-39. 2002..This suggests that aromatization of T into E is crucial for the sex difference in PR expression in the MPN and AVPv during development...
- Neonatal mice possessing an Sry transgene show a masculinized pattern of progesterone receptor expression in the brain independent of sex chromosome statusChristine K Wagner
Department of Psychology, and Center for Neuroscience Research, University at Albany State University of New York, 12222, USA
Endocrinology 145:1046-9. 2004....
- Distribution of progesterone receptor immunoreactivity in the fetal and neonatal rat forebrainPrincy S Quadros
Center for Neuroendocrine Studies and Neuroscience and Behavior Program, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, USA
J Comp Neurol 504:42-56. 2007..The presence PR expression in the developing forebrain implicates the involvement of progesterone and PR in fundamental mechanisms of neural development...