73<278 OxRcpDistCite

Cross references:     Oxytocin      Oxytocin Receptors    

NOTE:  It's bound to be confusing, but this page "73<278 OxRcpDistCite"  lists some of the citations from the "Oxytocin Receptors"page .  In case you hadn't already figured it out, "OxRcpDistCite" is an abbreviation for "oxytocin receptor distribution citation" and "73<278" indicates the 73rd reference of the 278 located in a chronological search. 


Searching PubMed for "oxytocin receptor distribution" on 02-02-14 yielded 278 references. 
oxytocin receptor distribution - PubMed

   

2006    73<278   
Oxytocin receptors in the nucleus accumbens facilitate "spontaneous" maternal behavior in adult female prairie voles.    ** 
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From the Abstract
    "Nearly all animals that responded fully maternally to oxytocin injection were in the last day of diestrus or in proestrus or estrus. This suggested that elevated or recently elevated levels of estrogen may be necessary for the induction of full maternal behavior by oxytocin."    

Note:  There were a number of other articles with similar titles in this time frame. 


1988     324<359  
Topography of the oxytocin receptor system in rat brain: an autoradiographical study with a selective radioiodinated oxytocin antagonist.
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