Luke Remage-Healey Brain estrogen signaling effects acute modulation of acoustic communication behaviors: A working hypothesis BioEssays 34
This article presents a hypothesis regarding the role of estrogen synthesis in neural circuits for acoustic communication. Traditionally considered reproductive hormones, recent findings indicate that estrogens can have acute and highly localized actions in brain circuits. This modulation enables fast changes in acoustic communication behaviors in many vertebrates, including songbirds.
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