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1945 4
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1948 7
1949 7
1950 14
1951 30
1952 35
1953 58
1954 65
1955 84
1956 172
1957 196
1958 185
1959 139
1960 74
1961 69
1962 73
1963 59
1964 66
1965 46
1966 26
1967 36
1968 33
1969 39
1970 29
1971 22
1972 12
1973 18
1974 20
1975 19
1976 12
1977 12
1978 3
1979 14
1980 19
1981 30
1982 47
1983 58
1984 94
1985 81
1986 122
1987 171
1988 191
1989 184
1990 254
1991 273
1992 260
1993 322
1994 294
1995 346
1996 379
1997 348
1998 351
1999 419
2000 376
2001 427
2002 486
2003 507
2004 533
2005 651
2006 697
2007 803
2008 899
2009 995
2010 990
2011 997
2012 998
2013 1072
2014 1018
2015 977
2016 1063
2017 1166
2018 1141
2019 478
2020 1
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Mechanistic Pathways of Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Disease.
Regitz-Zagrosek V and Kararigas G. Physiol Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 27807199 Free article.
We discuss relevant subtypes of sex hormone receptors, as well as genomic and nongenomic, activational and organizational effects of sex hormones. ...Sex, sex hormones, and their receptors may affect a number of cellular processes by their synergistic action on multiple targets. ...
We discuss relevant subtypes of sex hormone receptors, as well as genomic and nongenomic, activational and organizational effects of …
Sex/gender differences and autism: setting the scene for future research.
Lai MC, et al. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2015 - Review. PMID 25524786 Free PMC article.
METHOD: We searched PubMed for publications before September 2014 using search terms "'sex OR gender OR females' AND autism." ...Level 2, "Sex/gender-independent and sex/gender-dependent characteristics," addresses the question, "What are the similarities and differences between males and females with autism?" ...
METHOD: We searched PubMed for publications before September 2014 using search terms "'sex OR gender OR females' AND autism." ...Leve …
Sexual dimorphism in cancer
Clocchiatti A, et al. Nat Rev Cancer 2016 - Review. PMID 27079803 Free article.
In this Opinion article, we focus on the complex interplay that sex hormones and sex chromosomes can have in intrinsic control of cancer-initiating cell populations, the tumour microenvironment and systemic determinants of cancer development, such as the immune system and metabolism. ...
In this Opinion article, we focus on the complex interplay that sex hormones and sex chromosomes can have in intrinsic control …
Sex matters.
Bale TL. Neuropsychopharmacology 2019. PMID 30361539 Free PMC article.
Sex Differences in Personality Disorders.
Schulte Holthausen B and Habel U. Curr Psychiatry Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 30306417
RECENT FINDINGS: Empirical findings on sex differences in personality disorders are inconsistent and appear to be highly dependent on study settings. ...Investigations on sex differences in personality disorders are sparse and mainly limited to antisocial and borderline personality disorder. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: Empirical findings on sex differences in personality disorders are inconsistent and appear to be highly dependent on …
TFOS DEWS II Sex, Gender, and Hormones Report.
Sullivan DA, et al. Ocul Surf 2017 - Review. PMID 28736336
In fact, the female sex is a significant risk factor for the development of DED. This sex-related difference in DED prevalence is attributed in large part to the effects of sex steroids (e.g. androgens, estrogens), hypothalamic-pituitary hormones, glucocorticoids, insulin, insulin-like growth factor 1 and thyroid hormones, as well as to the sex chromosome complement, sex-specific autosomal factors and epigenetics (e.g. microRNAs). ..."Gender" refers to a person's self-representation as a man or woman, whereas "sex" distinguishes males and females based on their biological characteristics. ...
In fact, the female sex is a significant risk factor for the development of DED. This sex-related difference in DED prevalence …
Sex-by-formulation interaction in bioequivalence trials with transdermal patches.
González-Rojano E, et al. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 2019 - Review. PMID 30725220
PURPOSE: The existence of a sex-by-formulation interaction in bioequivalence studies implies that the bioequivalence results (i.e., the test/reference ratio of the pharmacokinetic parameters) obtained in one sex are not similar to those obtained in the other sex. ...This observation might be caused by the different characteristics of the skin of males and females. The purpose of this work is to investigate the existence of a sex-by-formulation interaction in all bioequivalence studies of transdermal patches submitted to the Spanish Agency for Medicines between 2010 and 2016. ...
PURPOSE: The existence of a sex-by-formulation interaction in bioequivalence studies implies that the bioequivalence results (i.e., t …
Cutting the Fat
Taylor LE and Sullivan JC. Hypertension 2018. PMID 30354831 Free PMC article.
Sexual dimorphism in immunity across animals: a meta-analysis
Kelly CD, et al. Ecol Lett 2018 - Review. PMID 30288910
We performed a systematic meta-analysis to investigate the magnitude and direction of sex differences in immunity and to identify factors that shape sex-biased immunocompetence. In addition to considering taxonomic and methodological effects as moderators, we assessed age-related effects, which are predicted to occur if sex differences in immunity are due to sex-specific resource allocation trade-offs with reproduction. ...
We performed a systematic meta-analysis to investigate the magnitude and direction of sex differences in immunity and to identify fac …
Progress in the Consideration of Possible Sex Differences in Drug Interaction Studies.
Naidoo P and Chetty M. Curr Drug Metab 2019 - Review. PMID 30488793
Some clinical studies have reported sex differences in the Pharmacokinetics (PK) of CYP3A4 substrates, suggesting that DDI involving CYP3A4 substrates could potentially show sex differences. ...No sex-related PK differences were observed with the interaction between ketoconazole and domperidone, although sex-related differences in QT prolongation were observed. ...
Some clinical studies have reported sex differences in the Pharmacokinetics (PK) of CYP3A4 substrates, suggesting that DDI involving …
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