Kat’s mini-review on neural androgen synthesis and aggression in seasonally breeding animals has been accepted for publication in Frontiers in Endocrinology! In her paper, Kat discusses evidence for a novel neuroendocrine pathway for territorial aggression, in which adrenal dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) serves as an important precursor for neurally-derived androgens during the non-breeding season.
A link for the manuscript can be found under the “Publications” page and can also be accessed here.
Image credit: Rendon et al. 2017, Functional Ecology.
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