Joanne Turcotte

"Joanne Turcotte"
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Turcotte JC, Hunt PJ, Blaustein JD. (2005) Estrogenic effects of zearalenone on the expression of progestin receptors and sexual behavior in female rats. Hormones and Behavior. 47: 178-84
Figlewicz DA, Dong L, Mlodzienski M, et al. (2000) Culture models of neurodegenerative disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 919: 106-18
Turcotte JC, Blaustein JD. (1999) Projections of the estrogen receptor-immunoreactive ventrolateral hypothalamus to other estrogen receptor-immunoreactive sites in female guinea pig brain. Neuroendocrinology. 69: 63-76
Turcotte JC, Blaustein JD. (1997) Convergence of substance P and estrogen receptor immunoreactivity in the midbrain central gray of female guinea pigs. Neuroendocrinology. 66: 28-37
Ricciardi KH, Turcotte JC, De Vries GJ, et al. (1996) Efferent projections from the ovarian steroid receptor-containing area of the ventrolateral hypothalamus in female guinea pigs. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 8: 673-85
King JC, Tai DW, Hanna IK, et al. (1995) A subgroup of LHRH neurons in guinea pigs with progestin receptors is centrally positioned within the total population of LHRH neurons. Neuroendocrinology. 61: 265-75
Blaustein JD, Tetel MJ, Ricciardi KH, et al. (1994) Hypothalamic ovarian steroid hormone-sensitive neurons involved in female sexual behavior. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 19: 505-16
Turcotte JC, Blaustein JD. (1993) Immunocytochemical localization of midbrain estrogen receptor- and progestin receptor-containing cells in female guinea pigs. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 328: 76-87
Blaustein JD, Lehman MN, Turcotte JC, et al. (1992) Estrogen receptors in dendrites and axon terminals in the guinea pig hypothalamus. Endocrinology. 131: 281-90
Blaustein JD, Nielsen KH, Delville Y, et al. (1991) Neuroanatomical relationships of substance P and sex steroid hormone-sensitive neurons involved in sexual behavior. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 632: 314-31
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