Effects of Neonatal Testosterone on Intermittent Access Ethanol Consumption in Female C57BL/6J Mice.

Geada, Alexandra Maria-Pilar


  • Sex differences in alcohol consumption are known to occur in human and mouse models. Female C57BL/6J mice consume more alcohol during intermittent access schedules than males, a difference that may be influenced by gonadal hormones. To evaluate the influence of organizational effects of these hormones, a neonatal injection of testosterone was administered within 24 hours of birth. Females that wer... read more
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