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Reproductive and endocrine effects of o,p'-DDT, an environmental estrogen, and p,p'-DDE, an antiandrogen in male and female Atlantic croaker during critical periods of their reproductive life history cycles
Grant Number R826125
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors (1997)


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Journal Article (5)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Hawkins MB, Thornton JW, Crews D, Skipper JK, Dotte A, Thomas P. Identification of a third distinct estrogen receptor and reclassification of estrogen receptors in vertebrates (submitted for publication). R826125 (2001)
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Journal Article Larsson DG, Sperry TS, Thomas P. Regulation of androgen receptors in Atlantic croaker brains by testosterone and estradiol. General and Comparative Endocrinology 2002;128(3):224-230 R826125 (2001)
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Journal Article Loomis AK, Thomas P. Binding characteristics of estrogen receptor (ER) in Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) testes: Different affinity for estrogens and xenobiotics from that of hepatic ER. Biology of Reproduction 1999;61(1):51-60. R826125 (2001)
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Journal Article Loomis AK, Thomas P. Effects of estrogens and xenoestrogens on androgen production by Atlantic croaker testes in vitro: Evidence for a nongenomic action mediated by an estrogen membrane receptor. Biology of Reproduction 2000;62(4):995-1004. R826125 (1999)
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Journal Article Thomas P. Chemical interference with genomic and nongenomic actions of steroids in fishes: role of receptor binding. Marine Environmental Research 2000;50(1-5):127-134. R826125 (1999)
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