Márcia Giovenardi

"Márcia Giovenardi"
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Zancan M, Moura DJ, Morás AM, et al. (2019) Neurotrophic factors in the posterodorsal medial amygdala of male and cycling female rats. Brain Research Bulletin. 155: 92-101
Feijó GDS, de Oliveira S, Thoen R, et al. (2019) Food Selection of Cafeteria Diet Affects Memory Dysfunction Related to Obesity. Neurochemical Research
Fisch J, Feistauer V, de Moura AC, et al. (2019) Maternal feeding associated to post-weaning diet affects metabolic and behavioral parameters in female offspring. Physiology & Behavior. 204: 162-167
Lazzari VM, Zimmermann-Peruzatto JM, Agnes G, et al. (2017) Hippocampal gene expression patterns in oxytocin male knockout mice are related to impaired social interaction. Behavioural Brain Research
Becker RO, Rasia-Filho AA, Giovenardi M. (2017) Selective deletion of the oxytocin gene remodels the number and shape of dendritic spines in the medial amygdala of males with and without sexual experience. Neuroscience Letters
Zimmermann-Peruzatto JM, Lazzari VM, Agnes G, et al. (2016) The Impact of Oxytocin Gene Knockout on Sexual Behavior and Gene Expression Related to Neuroendocrine Systems in the Brain of Female Mice. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
Baldissera VD, Alves AF, Almeida S, et al. (2016) Hepatocellular carcinoma and estrogen receptors: Polymorphisms and isoforms relations and implications Medical Hypotheses. 86: 67-70
de Moura AC, da Silva IR, Reinaldo G, et al. (2015) Global Histone H4 Acetylation in the Olfactory Bulb of Lactating Rats with Different Patterns of Maternal Behavior. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
Zimmermann-Peruzatto JM, Lazzari VM, de Moura AC, et al. (2015) Examining the Role of Vasopressin in the Modulation of Parental and Sexual Behaviors. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 6: 130
Becker RO, Dall'Oglio A, Rigatto K, et al. (2015) Differently shaped spines increase in the posterodorsal medial amygdala of oxytocin knockout female mice. Neuroscience Research
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