Author(s): Clemens LG, Gladue BA, Coniglio LP
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Abstract Female rats located near a male during uterine development showed increased frequencies of male-like behavior as adults and virilization of genital morphology. These changes in behavior and morphology were blocked by prenatal treatment with the anti-androgen, Flutamide.
This article was published in Horm Behav
and referenced in Biochemistry & Physiology: Open Access