GnRH neuron-specific ablation of G αq/11 results in only partial inactivation of the neuroendocrine-reproductive axis in both male and female mice: In vivo evidence for kiss1r-coupled G αq/11-independent GnRH secretion

Andy V. Babwah, Víctor M. Navarro, Maryse Ahow, Macarena Pampillo, Connor Nash, Mehri Fayazi, Michele Calder, Adrienne Elbert, Henryk F. Urbanski, Nina Wettschureck, Stefan Offermanns, R. S. Carroll, Moshmi Bhattacharya, Stuart A. Tobet, Ursula B. Kaiser

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