Research Highlight 注目の最新研究成果
Ogawa Lab Research Unit Activity is listed in the University's Web Site on SDGs
Our project on "The social brain: The role of hormones on the formation of social bonding, KIZUNA” as part of the University of Tsukuba Research Unit "Behavioral Neuroscience on the Hormonal Basis of Social Behavior" has been listed in the University's Web Site on "Driving Sustainable Development".
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International Collaborative Research Paper with Dr. Anders Ågmo was Published.
Estrogen receptorsαandβin the central amygdala and the ventromedialnucleus of the hypothalamus: Sociosexual behaviors, fear and arousal infemale rats during emotionally challenging events.
Olivia Le Moënea, Mihaela Stavarache, Sonoko Ogawa, Sergei Musatov, Anders Ågmo
Behavioural Brain Research, 367, 128-142.
Paper on "Hippocampal Functional Organization" by Dr. Pavlides was published.
Hippocampal functional organization: A microstructure of the place cell T network encoding space
Constantine Pavlidesa, Tomohiro Donishia, Sidarta Ribeiroa, Claudio V. Melloa, Wilfredo Blanco, Sonoko Ogawa
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 161, 122-134, 2019
Special Lecture at the 120th Meeting of Japanese Society of Pediatric Psychiatry and Neurology
Role of ERb in the establishment of social relationship
We published the following article showing ERb is involved in the establishment of social relationship.
Nakata, M., Ågmo, A., Sagoshi, S., and Ogawa, S. 2018 The role of estrogen receptor beta (ER beta) in the establishment of hierarchical social relationships in male mice. Frontier in Behavioral Neuroscience, October 22. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2018.00245.
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