Paul E. Micevych

UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Reproductive neuroendocrinology, sexual receptivity, estrogen actions, estrogen receptors, neurosteroids, ovulation
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Sinchak K, Mohr MA, Micevych PE. (2020) Hypothalamic Astrocyte Development and Physiology for Neuroprogesterone Induction of the Luteinizing Hormone Surge. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 11: 420
Micevych PE, Sinchak K. (2018) Extranuclear signaling by ovarian steroids in the regulation of sexual receptivity. Hormones and Behavior
Micevych PE, Mermelstein PG, Sinchak K. (2017) Estradiol Membrane-Initiated Signaling in the Brain Mediates Reproduction. Trends in Neurosciences
Mittelman-Smith MA, Wong AM, Micevych PE. (2017) Estrogen and Progesterone Integration in an in vitro Model of RP3V Kisspeptin Neurons. Neuroendocrinology
Rudolph LM, Cornil CA, Mittelman-Smith MA, et al. (2016) Actions of Steroids: New Neurotransmitters. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 11449-11458
Rudolph LM, Bentley GE, Calandra RS, et al. (2016) Peripheral and central mechanisms involved in hormonal control of male and female reproduction. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Micevych PE, Wong AM, Mittelman-Smith MA. (2015) Estradiol Membrane-Initiated Signaling and Female Reproduction. Comprehensive Physiology. 5: 1211-22
Wong AM, Abrams MC, Micevych PE. (2015) β-arrestin regulates estradiol membrane-initiated signaling in hypothalamic neurons. Plos One. 10: e0120530
Mittelman-Smith MA, Wong AM, Kathiresan AS, et al. (2015) Classical and membrane-initiated estrogen signaling in an in vitro model of anterior hypothalamic kisspeptin neurons. Endocrinology. 156: 2162-73
Christensen A, Dewing P, Micevych P. (2015) Immediate early gene activity-regulated cytoskeletal-associated protein regulates estradiol-induced lordosis behavior in female rats. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 93: 67-74
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