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Papers associated with bed nucleus of the stria terminalis

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Development of an Acute Method to Deliver Transgenes Into the Brains of Adult Xenopus laevis., Yamaguchi A., Front Neural Circuits. January 1, 2018; 12 92.                

Probing forebrain to hindbrain circuit functions in Xenopus., Kelley DB., Genesis. January 1, 2017; 55 (1-2):           

Expression of the cyp19a1 gene in the adult brain of Xenopus is neuronal and not sexually dimorphic., Coumailleau P., Gen Comp Endocrinol. September 15, 2015; 221 203-12.        

Characterization of the hypothalamus of Xenopus laevis during development. II. The basal regions., Domínguez L., J Comp Neurol. April 1, 2014; 522 (5): 1102-31.                                      

The Xenopus amygdala mediates socially appropriate vocal communication signals., Hall IC., J Neurosci. September 4, 2013; 33 (36): 14534-48.                

Characterization of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in the forebrain of anuran amphibians., Moreno N., J Comp Neurol. February 1, 2012; 520 (2): 330-63.

The organization of CRF neuronal pathways in toads: Evidence that retinal afferents do not contribute significantly to tectal CRF content., Carr JA., Brain Behav Evol. January 1, 2010; 76 (1): 71-86.

Stressor and glucocorticoid-dependent induction of the immediate early gene kruppel-like factor 9: implications for neural development and plasticity., Bonett RM., Endocrinology. April 1, 2009; 150 (4): 1757-65.

Spatio-temporal expression of Pax6 in Xenopus forebrain., Moreno N., Brain Res. November 6, 2008; 1239 92-9.      

Distribution and corticosteroid regulation of glucocorticoid receptor in the brain of Xenopus laevis., Yao M., J Comp Neurol. June 20, 2008; 508 (6): 967-82.                    

Evolutionarily conserved glucocorticoid regulation of corticotropin-releasing factor expression., Yao M., Endocrinology. May 1, 2008; 149 (5): 2352-60.

Evidences for tangential migrations in Xenopus telencephalon: developmental patterns and cell tracking experiments., Moreno N., Dev Neurobiol. March 1, 2008; 68 (4): 504-20.                  

Neuroanatomical distribution of cannabinoid receptor gene expression in the brain of the rough-skinned newt, Taricha granulosa., Hollis DM., Brain Behav Evol. January 1, 2006; 67 (3): 135-49.

Localization and connectivity of the lateral amygdala in anuran amphibians., Moreno N., J Comp Neurol. November 8, 2004; 479 (2): 130-48.                  

Distribution and acute stressor-induced activation of corticotrophin-releasing hormone neurones in the central nervous system of Xenopus laevis., Yao M., J Neuroendocrinol. November 1, 2004; 16 (11): 880-93.

LIM-homeodomain genes as developmental and adult genetic markers of Xenopus forebrain functional subdivisions., Moreno N., J Comp Neurol. April 19, 2004; 472 (1): 52-72.                    

Choline acetyltransferase immunoreactivity in the developing brain of Xenopus laevis., López JM., J Comp Neurol. November 25, 2002; 453 (4): 418-34.        

Distribution in rat brain of binding sites of kaliotoxin, a blocker of Kv1.1 and Kv1.3 alpha-subunits., Mourre C., J Pharmacol Exp Ther. December 1, 1999; 291 (3): 943-52.

Basal ganglia organization in amphibians: chemoarchitecture., Marín O., J Comp Neurol. March 16, 1998; 392 (3): 285-312.                      

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