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1938 4
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1943 1
1944 1
1945 69
1946 207
1947 233
1948 228
1949 227
1950 422
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1952 413
1953 407
1954 367
1955 376
1956 314
1957 353
1958 313
1959 353
1960 322
1961 425
1962 403
1963 614
1964 732
1965 536
1966 506
1967 682
1968 831
1969 913
1970 888
1971 948
1972 930
1973 1018
1974 1009
1975 993
1976 906
1977 857
1978 758
1979 756
1980 795
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1982 746
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1985 696
1986 673
1987 605
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1990 651
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1993 638
1994 666
1995 678
1996 732
1997 774
1998 829
1999 863
2000 993
2001 1142
2002 1187
2003 1238
2004 1311
2005 1409
2006 1514
2007 1485
2008 1595
2009 1539
2010 1494
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2012 1488
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2017 1258
2018 1118
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Structural plasticity of the hippocampus in response to estrogens in female rodents.
Sheppard PAS, et al. Mol Brain 2019 - Review. PMID 30885239 Free PMC article.
It is well established that estrogens affect neuroplasticity in a number of brain regions. In particular, estrogens modulate and mediate spine and synapse formation as well as neurogenesis in the hippocampal formation. ...Dendritic spine formation and modulation are altered both by rapid (likely non-genomic) and classical (genomic) actions of estrogens and have been suggested to play a role in the effects of estrogens on learning and memory. ...
It is well established that estrogens affect neuroplasticity in a number of brain regions. In particular, estrogens modulate a …
Estrogens and breast cancer: Mechanisms involved in obesity-related development, growth and progression.
Bhardwaj P, et al. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 30851382 Free PMC article.
The pro-proliferative effects of estrogens are well characterized and there is a growing body of evidence to also suggest an important role in tumorigenesis. ...This review is aimed at providing an overview of our current knowledge in relation to the regulation of estrogens in adipose tissue and their role in driving breast tumor development, growth and progression....
The pro-proliferative effects of estrogens are well characterized and there is a growing body of evidence to also suggest an importan …
[Endogenous and exogenous estrogens].
Bejan-Angoulvant T and Arnal JF. Presse Med 2019 - Review. PMID 31732361 French.
Before menopause, women are protected from the risk of hypertension and atherosclerosis by endogenous estrogens. Estrogens have a vasoprotective role, while progesterone seems to have a neutral effect. Exogenous estrogens used in menopausal treatment have vascular effects. These effects depend of type, dose and administration type, and with age and atherosclerosis stages. ...
Before menopause, women are protected from the risk of hypertension and atherosclerosis by endogenous estrogens. Estrogens hav …
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Teplow DB. Prog Mol Biol Transl Sci 2018. PMID 30470294
Care of the Transgender Patient
Safer JD and Tangpricha V. Ann Intern Med 2019 - Review. PMID 31261405
Current strategies for quantification of estrogens in clinical research.
Denver N, et al. J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 31112747 Free PMC article.
Estrogens and their bioactive metabolites play key roles in regulating diverse processes in health and disease. In particular, estrogens and estrogenic metabolites have shown both protective and non-protective effects on disease pathobiology, implicating the importance of this steroid pathway in disease diagnostics and monitoring. All estrogens circulate in a wide range of concentrations, which in some patient cohorts can be extremely low. However, elevated levels of estradiol are reported in disease. ...
Estrogens and their bioactive metabolites play key roles in regulating diverse processes in health and disease. In particular, est
Effects of Estrogens on Platelets and Megakaryocytes.
Dupuis M, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2019 - Review. PMID 31242705 Free PMC article.
While platelets are central players in thrombus constitution, their implication in women treated with estrogens remains incompletely characterized. ...
While platelets are central players in thrombus constitution, their implication in women treated with estrogens remains incompletely …
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