Rebecca E. Campbell

Physiology University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
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Decourt C, Watanabe Y, Evans MC, et al. (2023) Deletion of androgen receptors from kisspeptin neurons prevents PCOS features in a letrozole mouse model. Endocrinology
Evans MC, Campbell RE, Anderson GM. (2022) Physiological regulation of leptin as an integrative signal of reproductive readiness. Current Opinion in Pharmacology. 67: 102321
Jamieson BB, Moore AM, Lohr DB, et al. (2022) Prenatal androgen treatment impairs the suprachiasmatic nucleus arginine-vasopressin to kisspeptin neuron circuit in female mice. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 13: 951344
Silva MSB, Campbell RE. (2022) Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and the Neuroendocrine Consequences of Androgen Excess. Comprehensive Physiology. 12: 3347-3369
Campbell RE, Coolen LM, Hoffman GE, et al. (2022) Highlights of neuroanatomical discoveries of the mammalian gonadotropin-releasing hormone system. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e13115
Coyle CS, Prescott M, Handelsman DJ, et al. (2022) Chronic androgen excess in female mice does not impact luteinizing hormone pulse frequency or putative GABAergic inputs to GnRH neurons. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e13110
McCartney CR, Campbell RE, Marshall JC, et al. (2022) The role of gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons in polycystic ovary syndrome. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e13093
Abbasi M, Perkinson MR, Seymour AJ, et al. (2022) Local kisspeptin excitation of rat oxytocin neurones in late pregnancy. The Journal of Physiology
Watanabe Y, Prescott M, Campbell RE, et al. (2021) Prenatal androgenization causes expression changes of progesterone and androgen receptor mRNAs in the arcuate nucleus of female mice across development. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e13058
Sati A, Prescott M, Holland S, et al. (2021) Morphological evidence indicates a role for microglia in shaping the PCOS-like brain. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e12999
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