Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 27th, 2008
"This nucleus was a well defined structure in Nissl-stained sections because of its location in an otherwise cell-poor zone. This sagittalis nucleus of the hypothalamus (SGN) exhibits significant sex differences in its volume and cell numbers, as defined by Nissl staining and estrogen receptor (ER) a immunoreactivity (ir), being significantly larger in males than...
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