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Gonadal steroids regulate dendritic spine density in hippocampal pyramidal cells in adulthood
E Gould, CS Woolley, M Frankfurt, BS McEwen
Journal of Neuroscience 10 (4), 1286-1291, 1990
16861990
Differentiation of newly born neurons and glia in the dentate gyrus of the adult rat
HA Cameron, CS Woolley, BS McEwen, E Gould
Neuroscience 56 (2), 337-344, 1993
16181993
Estradiol mediates fluctuation in hippocampal synapse density during the estrous cycle in the adult rat [published erratum appears in J Neurosci 1992 Oct; 12 (10): following …
CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (7), 2549-2554, 1992
15391992
Exposure to excess glucocorticoids alters dendritic morphology of adult hippocampal pyramidal neurons
CS Woolley, E Gould, BS McEwen
Brain research 531 (1-2), 225-231, 1990
13531990
Naturally occurring fluctuation in dendritic spine density on adult hippocampal pyramidal neurons
CS Woolley, E Gould, M Frankfurt, BS McEwen
Journal of neuroscience 10 (12), 4035-4039, 1990
13271990
Roles of estradiol and progesterone in regulation of hippocampal dendritic spine density during the estrous cycle in the rat
CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Journal of Comparative Neurology 336 (2), 293-306, 1993
12681993
Estradiol increases the sensitivity of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells to NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic input: correlation with dendritic spine density
CS Woolley, NG Weiland, BS McEwen, PA Schwartzkroin
Journal of neuroscience 17 (5), 1848-1859, 1997
8471997
Adrenal hormones suppress cell division in the adult rat dentate gyrus
E Gould, HA Cameron, DC Daniels, CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (9), 3642-3650, 1992
8421992
Estradiol regulates hippocampal dendritic spine density via an N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor-dependent mechanism
CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Journal of Neuroscience 14 (12), 7680-7687, 1994
8251994
Estrogen-mediated structural and functional synaptic plasticity in the female rat hippocampus
CS Woolley
Hormones and behavior 34 (2), 140-148, 1998
4941998
Acute effects of estrogen on neuronal physiology
CS Woolley
Annu. Rev. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 47 (1), 657-680, 2007
4722007
Short-term glucocorticoid manipulations affect neuronal morphology and survival in the adult dentate gyrus
E Gould, CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Neuroscience 37 (2), 367-375, 1990
4131990
Estradiol and progesterone regulate neuronal structure and synaptic connectivity in adult as well as developing brain
BS McEwen, CS Woolley
Experimental gerontology 29 (3-4), 431-436, 1994
3721994
Paradoxical effects of adrenal steroids on the brain: protection versus degeneration
BS McEwen, J Angulo, H Cameron, HM Chao, D Daniels, MN Gannon, ...
Biological Psychiatry 31 (2), 177-199, 1992
3161992
Gonadal hormone modulation of dendrites in the mammalian CNS
BM Cooke, CS Woolley
Journal of neurobiology 64 (1), 34-46, 2005
3092005
Estradiol acutely suppresses inhibition in the hippocampus through a sex-specific endocannabinoid and mGluR-dependent mechanism
GZ Huang, CS Woolley
Neuron 74 (5), 801-808, 2012
3002012
Gonadal steroids modify dendritic spine density in ventromedial hypothalamic neurons: a Golgi study in the adult rat
M Frankfurt, E Gould, CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Neuroendocrinology 51 (5), 530-535, 1990
2991990
Estrogen increases synaptic connectivity between single presynaptic inputs and multiple postsynaptic CA1 pyramidal cells: a serial electron-microscopic study
M Yankova, SA Hart, CS Woolley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (6), 3525-3530, 2001
2952001
Adrenal steroids regulate postnatal development of the rat dentate gyrus: I. Effects of glucocorticoids on cell death
E Gould, CS Woolley, BS McEwen
Journal of Comparative Neurology 313 (3), 479-485, 1991
2871991
Estradiol increases the frequency of multiple synapse boutons in the hippocampal CA1 region of the adult female rat
CS Woolley, HJ Wenzel, PA Schwartzkroin
Journal of Comparative Neurology 373 (1), 108-117, 1996
2741996
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