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Paul J. Bonthuis, PhD

Affiliations: 
Neurobiology and Anatomy University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Genomic imprinting, Behavior
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McInnis CM, Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF, et al. (2016) Inheritance of steroid-independent male sexual behavior in male offspring of B6D2F1 mice. Hormones and Behavior
Quinnies KM, Bonthuis PJ, Harris EP, et al. (2015) Neural growth hormone: Regional regulation by estradiol and/or sex chromosome complement in male and female mice Biology of Sex Differences
Cox KH, Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF. (2014) Mouse model systems to study sex chromosome genes and behavior: relevance to humans. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 35: 405-19
Bonthuis PJ, Huang WC, StacherHörndli CN, et al. (2014) Noncanonical Genomic Imprinting Effects in Offspring Cell Reports
Bharadwaj P, McInnis C, Madden AM, et al. (2013) Increased dendritic spine density and tau expression are associated with individual differences in steroidal regulation of male sexual behavior. Plos One. 8: e69672
Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF. (2013) Neural growth hormone implicated in body weight sex differences. Endocrinology. 154: 3826-35
Bonthuis PJ, Cox KH, Rissman EF. (2012) X-chromosome dosage affects male sexual behavior. Hormones and Behavior. 61: 565-72
Bonthuis PJ, Patteson JK, Rissman EF. (2011) Acquisition of sexual receptivity: roles of chromatin acetylation, estrogen receptor-alpha, and ovarian hormones. Endocrinology. 152: 3172-81
Bonthuis PJ, Cox KH, Searcy BT, et al. (2010) Of mice and rats: key species variations in the sexual differentiation of brain and behavior. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 31: 341-58
Park JH, Bonthuis P, Ding A, et al. (2009) Androgen- and estrogen-independent regulation of copulatory behavior following castration in male B6D2F1 mice. Hormones and Behavior. 56: 254-63
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