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Biological context of Lordosis

  • Finally, females lacking a functional beta isoform of the ER gene showed normal lordosis and courtship behaviors, extending in some cases beyond the day of behavioral estrus [18].
  • Roles of second-messenger systems and neuronal activity in the regulation of lordosis by neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, and estrogen: a review [19].
  • In adulthood, feminine sexual behavior (lordosis) was tested after E2 plus progesterone priming [20].
  • However, TP but not DHTP masculinized the development of the regulation of GTH release as mesured by luteinization of subcutaneous ovarian grafts, and also suppressed the ability of adult neonatally castrated male primed with estradiol benzoate and progesterone to display lordosis behavior [21].
  • To evaluate the interactions between OXY and NE in the regulation of reproductive behavior, lordosis responses were observed in hormone-primed female rats receiving systemic injections of OXY, the alpha 1-adrenoceptor antagonist prazosin, or both OXY and prazosin.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)[22]
 

Anatomical context of Lordosis

 

Gene context of Lordosis

  • EGF and EGF receptor ligands induced lordosis in a dose- and time-dependent manner in the absence of steroid treatment in ovariectomized rats and mice [26].
  • We demonstrate that NPY inhibits lordosis duration in a dose-related fashion after lateral ventricular injection in ovariectomized, steroid-primed Syrian hamsters [27].
  • Under the same conditions, we compared the effect of two receptor-differentiating agonists derived from peptide YY (PYY), PYY-(3-36) and [Leu(31),Pro(34)]PYY, on lordosis duration and food intake [27].
  • We now report that intracerebroventricular (ICV) injections of OXY enhance lordosis behavior in OVXed estrogen-treated rats [28].
  • Cholecystokinin (CCK) acting on discrete receptors in the limbic-hypothalamic circuit modulates lordosis behavior [29].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Lordosis

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