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Kennedy S Wekesa

Department of Biological Sciences, Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL, 36104, USA


Dr. Kennedy S Wekesa his affiliation was Department of Biological Sciences, Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL, 36104, USA and his research interest in Neuroendocrinology, Animal Physiology, Neurobiology, Brain Physiology, Behavioral Neuroscience

Prenatal Testosterone Exposure Influences Neuronal Sensitivity to Pheromones in Female Mice

Exposure to androgens during in utero development in animals which give birth to multiple offspring causes lifelong increased sensitivity in the offspring. Females who develop with a male on each side (designated 2M) are exposed to the testosterone produced by these males due to the steroids freely crossing cell membranes. Female mice exposed to te... Read More»

Roger N Thompson, Audrey Napier and Kennedy S Wekesa

Research Article: Biochem Physiol 4: 170

DOI: 10.4172/2168-9652.1000170

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