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Abbreviation : PRir
Long Form : PR immunoreactivity
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2020 Bisphenol A (BPA) induces progesterone receptor expression in an estrogen receptor alpha-dependent manner in perinatal brain. BPA, ERalpha, MPN, PR
2013 Progesterone receptor expression in the brain of the socially monogamous and paternal male prairie vole. PR
2012 Maternal hypothyroidism decreases progesterone receptor expression in the cortical subplate of foetal rat brain. BrDU, PR
2011 Anatomically-specific actions of oestrogen receptor in the developing female rat brain: effects of oestradiol and selective oestrogen receptor modulators on progestin receptor expression. ER, MPN, PR, SERMs, VMN
2009 Ontogeny of progesterone receptor expression in the subplate of fetal and neonatal rat cortex. PR
2008 Distribution of progesterone receptor immunoreactivity in the midbrain and hindbrain of postnatal rats. PR
2008 Progestin receptor is transiently expressed perinatally in neurons of the rat isocortex. ISH, PR
2008 Regulation of progesterone receptor expression by estradiol is dependent on age, sex and region in the rat brain. MPN, PR, VMN
2007 Distribution of progesterone receptor immunoreactivity in the fetal and neonatal rat forebrain. PR
10  2003 Neonatal mice possessing an Sry transgene show a masculinized pattern of progesterone receptor expression in the brain independent of sex chromosome status. PR
11  2002 Regulation of sex differences in progesterone receptor expression in the medial preoptic nucleus of postnatal rats. MPN, PR
12  2000 Estrogen-regulated progestin receptors are found in the midbrain raphe but not hippocampus of estrogen receptor alpha (ER alpha) gene-disrupted mice. ER alpha, ERalpha, PR, TPH
13  2000 Progesterone regulation of the progesterone receptor in rat gonadotropes. PR
14  1990 Estrogen-independent and estrogen-induced progesterone receptors, and their regulation by progestins in the hypothalamus and pituitary of the chick embryo: an immunohistochemical study. PR