文部科学省科学研究費特定領域研究「性分化機構の解明」 *

研究成果

小川 園子 OGAWA, Sonoko
筑波大学大学院人間総合科学研究科
研究項目A02 「脳の性分化と行動の解析」
研究課題 行動の性分化とその神経内分泌学的基礎

2006年発表論文

Inadvertent social information and the avoidance of parasitized male mice: A role for oxytocin. M. Kavaliers, E. Choleris, A. Agmo, W.J. Braun, D.D. Colwell, L.J. Muglia, S. Ogawa and D.W. Pfaff Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 4293-4298, 2006.

Estrogen receptor-β gene disruption potentiates estrogen-inducible aggression but not sexual behavior in male mice. M. Nomura, S. Andersson, K.S. Korach, J-Ǻ. Gustafsson, D.W. Pfaff and S. Ogawa Eur. J. Neurosci. 23, 1860-1868, 2006.

Knockdown of estrogen receptor α using viral-mediated RNA interference abolishes female sexual behavior. S.A. Musatov, W. Chen, D.W. Pfaff, M. Kaplitt and S. Ogawa Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 10456-10460, 2006.

Involvement of estrogen receptor α, β, and oxytocin in social discrimination: a detailed behavioral analysis with knockout female mice. E. Choleris, S. Ogawa, M. Kavaliers, J-Ǻ. Gustafsson, K.S. Korach, L.J. Muglia and D.W. Pfaff Genes, Brain Behav. in press.

Abolition of sex-dependent effects of prenatal exposure to diethylstilbestrol on emotional behavior in estrogen receptor α knockout mice. K. Tomihara, T. Kaitsuka, T. Soga, K.S. Korach, D.W. Pfaff, K. Takahama and S. Ogawa Neuroreport in press.

2005年発表論文

Differential distribution of estrogen receptor (ER)-α and ER-β in the midbrain raphe nuclei and periaqueductal gray in male mouse: predominant role of ER-&beta in midbrain serotonergic systems. M. Nomura, K. Akama, S.E. Alves, K.S. Korach, J- Ǻ. Gustafsson, D.W. Pfaff and S. Ogawa Neuroscience 130, 445-456, 2005

Nonmammalian gonadotropin-releasing hormone molecules in the brain of promoter transgenic rats. I.S. Parhar, T. Soga, S. Ogawa, D.W. Pfaff and Y. Sakuma Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 102, 5880-5885, 2005.

Organizational manipulation of gonadal hormones and systemic morphine analgesia in female rats: Effects of adult ovariectomy and estradiol replacement. G. Cataldo, S. Bernal, A. Markowitz, S. Ogawa, A. Ragnauth, D.W. Pfaff and R.J. Bodnar Brain Res. 1059, 13-19, 2005.

Involvement of the oxytocin gene in the recognition and avoidance of parasitized males by female mice. M. Kavaliers, A. Agmo, E. Choleris, L.J. Muglia, S. Ogawa and D.W. Pfaff Anim. Behav. 70, 693-702, 2005.