Clair Bruce Eckersell

Brigham Young University, Idaho, Rexburg, ID, United States 
Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
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Sinchak K, Mills RH, Eckersell CB, et al. (2004) Medial preoptic area delta-opioid receptors inhibit lordosis. Behavioural Brain Research. 155: 301-6
Sinchak K, Eckersell C, Quezada V, et al. (2000) Preproenkephalin mRNA levels are regulated by acute stress and estrogen stimulation. Physiology & Behavior. 69: 425-32
Bloch GJ, Butler PC, Eckersell CB, et al. (1998) Gonadal steroid-dependent GAL-IR cells within the medial preoptic nucleus (MPN) and the stimulatory effects of GAL within the MPN on sexual behaviors. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 863: 188-205
Eckersell CB, Popper P, Micevych PE. (1998) Estrogen-induced alteration of mu-opioid receptor immunoreactivity in the medial preoptic nucleus and medial amygdala. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 18: 3967-76
Micevych PE, Eckersell CB, Brecha N, et al. (1997) Estrogen modulation of opioid and cholecystokinin systems in the limbic-hypothalamic circuit. Brain Research Bulletin. 44: 335-43
Eckersell CB, Micevych PE. (1997) Opiate receptors modulate estrogen-induced cholecystokinin and tachykinin but not enkephalin messenger RNA levels in the limbic system and hypothalamus. Neuroscience. 80: 473-85
Micevych P, Eckersell CB, Holland K, et al. (1996) Induction of CCK mRNA levels in the limbic-hypothalamic circuit: time course and site-specific effects of estrogen. Journal of Neurobiology. 30: 465-79
Priest CA, Eckersell CB, Micevych PE. (1995) Estrogen regulates preproenkephalin-A mRNA levels in the rat ventromedial nucleus: temporal and cellular aspects. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 28: 251-62
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