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Neuroendocrine control of female puberty: physiological and molecular approaches


, : Neuroendocrine control of female puberty: physiological and molecular approaches. Neural control of reproductive function Proceedings of the Fifth Galveston Neuroscience Symposium held in Galveston, Texas, May 10-13, 1988: 61-77

Studies on rats on the neural mechanisms which may be involved in the activation of LHRH secretion at puberty, the role of the hypothalamus in LHRH activation, and the potential role of growth factors in the development of the "reproductive hypothalamus" are reviewed. It is suggested that maturation of the reproductive hypothalamus may depend on the establishment of relevant neuronal contacts.


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