John Axelson

Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, United States 
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology
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Axelson JF, Smith M, Duarte M. (1999) Prenatal flutamide treatment eliminates the adult male rat's dependency upon vasopressin when forming social-olfactory memories. Hormones and Behavior. 36: 109-18
Van Leeuwen FW, Chouham S, Axelson JF, et al. (1995) Sex differences in the distribution of estrogen receptors in the septal area and hypothalamus of the domestic pig (Sus scrofa). Neuroscience. 64: 261-75
Axelson JF, Shannon W, Van Leeuwen FW. (1992) Immunocytochemical localization of estrogen receptors within neurotensin cells in the rostral preoptic area of the rat hypothalamus. Neuroscience Letters. 136: 5-9
Peter J, Burbach H, Adan RA, et al. (1990) Regulation of the rat oxytocin gene by estradiol. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 2: 633-9
Axelson JF, Leeuwen FW. (1990) Differential localization of estrogen receptors in various vasopressin synthesizing nuclei of the rat brain. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 2: 209-16
Ferris CF, Irvin RW, Potegal M, et al. (1990) Kainic Acid lesion of vasopressinergic neurons in the hypothalamus disrupts flank marking behavior in golden hamsters. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 2: 123-9
Ferris CF, Axelson JF, Martin AM, et al. (1989) Vasopressin immunoreactivity in the anterior hypothalamus is altered during the establishment of dominant/subordinate relationships between hamsters. Neuroscience. 29: 675-83
Ferris CF, Axelson JF, Shinto LH, et al. (1987) Scent marking and the maintenance of dominant/subordinate status in male golden hamsters. Physiology & Behavior. 40: 661-4
Axelson JF, Sawin C. (1987) Effects of voluntary and forced exercise on lordosis behavior in female rats. Hormones and Behavior. 21: 384-92
Axelson JF. (1987) Forced swimming alters vaginal estrous cycles, body composition, and steroid levels without disrupting lordosis behavior or fertility in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 41: 471-9
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