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Ovarian activity regulation by anti-Müllerian hormone in early stages of human female life, an overview

, Nakaji S, Fallat M, Yong S. 2008. Mullerian inhibiting substance inhibits cytochrome P450 aromataze activity in human granulosa lutein cell culture. Fertil Steril 89(5):1364–70. Gustafson ML, Lee MM, Scully RE, Moncure AC, Hirakawa T, Goodman A, et al. 1992. Mullerian inhibiting substance as a marker for ovarian sex-cord tumor. N Engl J Med 326(7):466-71. Halm S, Rocha A, Miura T, Prat F, Zanuy S. 2007. Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH/AMH) in the European sea bass: Its gene structure, regulatory elements, and the expression of alternatively-spliced isoforms

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Effects of psychological stress on skin and hair pigmentation in Polish adolescents

. Melanogenesis is coupled to murine anagen: toward new concepts for the role of melanocytes and the regulation of melanogenesis in hair growth. J Invest Dermatol 101 90S-97S. Slominski A. Wortsman J. 2000. Neuroendocrinology of the skin. Endocr Rev 21: 457-87. Slominski A, Paus R, Schadendorf D 1993. Melanocytes as “sensory” and regulatory cells in the epidermis. J Theor Biol. 164(1):103-20. Slominski A, Wortsman J, Luger T, Paus R, Solomon S. 2000. Corticotropin releasing hormone and proopiomelanocortin involvement in the

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Rethinking modern theories of ageing and their classification: the proximate mechanisms and the ultimate explanations

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