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GnRH Neuron-Specific Ablation of Gaq/11 Results in Only Partial Inactivation of the Neuroendocrine-Reproductive Axis in Both Male and Female Mice: In Vivo Evidence for Kiss1r-Coupled Gaq/11-Independent GnRH Secretion.

GnRH Neuron-Specific Ablation of Gaq/11 Results in Only Partial Inactivation of the Neuroendocrine-Reproductive Axis in Both Male and Female Mice: In Vivo Evidence for Kiss1r-Coupled Gaq/11-Independent GnRH Secretion. J Neurosci. 2015 Sep 16; 35(37):12903-16.

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