Articles and Chapters

    1. Huck UW, Lisk RD, Gore AC (1985) Scent marking and mate choice in the golden hamster.
      Physiology and Behavior 35: 389-393.
    2. Lisk RD, Huck UW, Gore AC, Armstrong MX (1989) Mate choice, mate guarding and other mating tactics in golden hamsters maintained under seminatural conditions.  Behaviour 109: 58-75.
    3. Terasawa E, Claypool L, Gore AC, Watanabe G (1990). The timing of the onset of puberty in the female rhesus monkey.  In: Control of the Onset of Puberty III, ed. HA Delamarre-van de Waal, TM Plant, FP van Rees and J Schoemaker.  Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, pp. 123-136.
    4. Gore AC, Terasawa E (1991) A study of the hypothalamic pulse generating mechanism responsible for LH release: Electrical stimulation of the medial basal hypothalamus in the ovariectomized guinea pig.  Brain Research 560: 268-275.
    5. Gore AC, Terasawa E (1991) A role for norepinephrine in the control of puberty in the female rhesus monkey, Macaca mulattaEndocrinology 129: 3009-3017.
    6. Terasawa E, Gore AC (1992). Regulation of pulsatile LHRH release in primates.  In: Modes of Action of GnRH and GnRH Analogs, ed. PM Conn and WF Crowley.  Serono Symposium Press, Inc, Norwell, MA, pp. 256-274.
    7. Gore AC, Mitsushima D, Terasawa E (1993) A possible role of neuropeptide Y in the control of the onset of puberty in female rhesus monkeys.  Neuroendocrinology 58: 23-34.
    8. Gore AC, Roberts JL (1994) Regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene expression by the excitatory amino acids kainic acid and N-methyl-D,L-aspartate in the male rat. Endocrinology 134: 2026-2031.
    9. Ho A, Gore AC, Weickert CS, Blum M (1995) Glutamate regulation of GDNF gene expression in the striatum and in primary striatal astrocytes.  NeuroReport 6: 1454-1458.
    10. Gore AC, Roberts JL (1995) Regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene expression in the rat during the LH surge.  Endocrinology 136: 889-896.
    11. Gore AC, Ho A, Roberts JL (1995) Translational efficiency of gonadotropin-releasing hormone mRNA is negatively regulated by phorbol ester in GT1-7 cells.  Endocrinology 136: 1620-1625.
    12. Yeo TTS, Gore AC, Jakubowski M, Dong KW, Blum M, Roberts JL (1996) Characterization of gonadotropin releasing hormone gene transcripts in a mouse hypothalamic neuronal GT1 cell line. Molecular Brain Research 42: 255-262.
    13. Gore AC, Wu TJ, Rosenberg JJ, Roberts JL (1996) Gonadotropin-releasing hormone and NMDA receptor gene expression and colocalization change during puberty in female ratsJournal of Neuroscience 16: 5281-5289.
    14. Gore AC, Saitoh Y, Terasawa E (1996) Effects of adrenal medulla transplantation into the third ventricle on the onset of puberty in female rhesus monkeysExperimental Neurology 140: 172-183.
    15. Campbell GT, Gore AC, Woller MJ, Blake CA (1996) Adenohypophysial allografts releasing prolactin decrease prolactin mRNA concentration in the host hamster’s adenohypophysis in situ.  Neuroendocrinology 63: 430-436.
    16. Gore AC, Roberts JL (1997) Regulation of GnRH gene expression in vivo and in vitroFrontiers in Neuroendocrinology 18: 209-245.
    17. Gore AC, Yeo TT, Ho A, Roberts JL (1997) Post-transcriptional regulation of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene in GT1-7 cells.  Journal of Neuroendocrinology 9: 271-277.
    18. Yeo TTS, Gore AC, Blum M, Roberts JL (1997) Protein synthesis-dependent and independent mechanisms for the regulation of GnRH RNA transcript levels in GT1 cellsBrain Research 752: 294-300.
    19. Longo KM, Sun Y, Gore AC (1998) Insulin-like growth factor-I effects on gonadotropin-releasing hormone biosynthesis in GT1-7 cellsEndocrinology 139: 1125-1132.
    20. Sun Y, Gore AC, Roberts JL (1998) The role of calcium in the transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene in GT1-7 cellsEndocrinology 139: 2685-2691.
    21. Gore AC (1998) Diurnal rhythmicity of gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene expression in the rat.  Neuroendocrinology 68: 257-263.
    22. Gore AC (1998) Circadian rhythms during aging. In: Functional Endocrinology of Aging, ed. CV Mobbs and PR Hof.  Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology Vol. 29.  Karger  Press, Basel, pp. 127-165.
    23. Gore AC, Roberts JL, Gibson MJ (1999) Mechanisms for the regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone gene expression in the developing mouseEndocrinology 140: 2280-2287.
    24. Adams MM, Flagg RA, Gore AC (1999) Perinatal changes in hypothalamic NMDA receptors and their relationship to GnRH neuronsEndocrinology 140: 2288-2296.
    25. Landrigan PJ, Claudio L, Markowitz SB, Berkowitz GS, Brenner BL, Romero H, Wetmur JG, Matte TD, Gore AC, Godbold JH, Wolff MS (1999) Pesticides and inner-city children: Exposures, risks and prevention.  Environmental Health Perspectives 107 (suppl. 3): 431-437.
    26. Nowak FV, Gore AC (1999) Perinatal changes in expression of the neuropeptide genes preoptic regulatory factor-1 and –2, neuropeptide Y and GnRH in rat hypothalamusJournal of Neuroendocrinology 11: 951-958.
    27. Gore AC, Oung T, Yung S, Flagg RA, Woller MJ (2000) Neuroendocrine mechanisms for reproductive senescence in the female rat: GnRH neurons. Endocrine 13: 315-323.
    28. Gore AC, Wersinger SM, Rissman E (2000) Effects of female pheromones on GnRH gene expression and luteinizing hormone release in male wild-type and estrogen receptor-alpha knockout mice. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 12: 1200-1204.
    29. Gore AC, Yeung G, Morrison JH, Oung T (2000) Neuroendocrine aging in the female rat: the changing relationship of GnRH neurons and NMDA receptors. Endocrinology 141: 4757-4767.
    30. Gore AC (2000) Modulation of the GnRH gene and onset of puberty.  In: Control of the Onset of Puberty V, ed. J-P Bourguignon and TM Plant.   Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 25-35.
    31. Gore AC (2000) Effects of environmental toxicants on GnRH gene expression in hypothalamic neurons.  Report for the Environment Agency, Government of Japan.
    32. Gore AC, Terasawa E (2001) Neural circuits regulating pulsatile luteinizing hormone release in the female guinea pig: Opioid, adrenergic and serotonergic interactions. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 13: 239-248.
    33. Gore AC (2001) Environmental toxicant effects on neuroendocrine function. Endocrine 14: 235-246.
    34. Adams MM, Morrison JH, Gore AC (2001) NMDA receptor mRNA levels change during reproductive senescence in the hippocampus of female rats. Experimental Neurology 170: 171-179.
    35. Adams MM, Oung T, Morrison JH, Gore AC (2001) Length of post-ovariectomy interval and age, but not estrogen replacement, regulate N-Methyl-D-Aspartate receptor mRNA levels in the hippocampus of female rats. Experimental Neurology 170: 345-356.
    36. Miller BH, Gore AC (2001) Alterations in hypothalamic IGF-I and its associations with GnRH neurons during reproductive development and aging. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 13: 728-736.
    37. Gore AC (2001) Gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons, NMDA receptors, and their regulation by steroid hormones across the reproductive life cycle. Brain Research Reviews 37: 235-248.
    38. Gore AC (2002) Organochlorine pesticides directly regulate gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) gene expression and biosynthesis in the GT1-7 hypothalamic cell line. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 192: 157-170.
    39. Gore AC, Oung T, Woller MJ (2002) Age-related changes in hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and NMDA receptor gene expression, and their regulation by estrogen in the female rat. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 14: 300-309.
    40. Kriegsfeld LJ, Silver R, Gore AC, Crews D (2002) Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide contacts on gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons increase during puberty in female rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 14: 685-690.
    41. Miller BH, Gore AC (2002) NMDA receptor subunit expression in gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons changes during reproductive senescence in the female ratEndocrinology, 143: 3568-3574.
    42. Gore AC, Wu TJ, Oung T, Lee JB, Woller MJ (2002) A novel mechanism for endocrine-disrupting effects of polychlorinated biphenyls: Direct effects on gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neuronsJournal of Neuroendocrinology 14: 814-823.
    43. Gore AC (2002) Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons: gene expression and neuroanatomical studies.  In: Progress in Brain Research, Vol. 141, ed. I. Parhar.  Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp.193-208.
    44. Chakraborty TR, Ng L, Gore AC (2003) Colocalization and hormone regulation of estrogen receptor alpha and NMDA receptor in the hypothalamus of female rats. Endocrinology 144: 299-305.
    45. Nakamura S, Mizuno M, Katakami H, Gore AC, Terasawa E (2003) Aging-related changes in growth hormone releasing hormone and somatostatin release from the stalk-median eminence in female rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 88: 827-833.
    46. Daftary SS, Gore AC (2003) Developmental changes in hypothalamic insulin-like growth factor-1: Relationship to GnRH neurons. Endocrinology 144: 2034-2045.
    47. Salama J, Chakraborty TR, Ng L, Gore AC (2003) Effects of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on female reproductive development and estrogen receptor b expression. Environmental Health Perspectives 111: 1278-1282.
    48. Chakraborty TR, Ng L, Gore AC (2003) Age-related changes in estrogen receptor beta in rat hypothalamus: A quantitative analysis. Endocrinology 144: 4164-4172.
    49. Chakraborty TR, Hof PR, Ng L, Gore AC (2003) Stereological analysis of expression of estrogen receptor alpha in hypothalamus and its regulation by aging and estrogen. Journal of Comparative Neurology 466: 409-421.
    50. Rasmussen DD, Sarkar DK, Roberts JL, Gore AC (2003) Chronic daily ethanol and withdrawal: 4. Long-term changes in plasma testosterone regulation, but no effect on GnRH gene expression or plasma LH concentrations. Endocrine 22: 143-150.
    51. Gore AC, Roberts JL (2003) Neuroendocrine Systems.  In: Fundamental Neuroscience, Volume 2, ed. LR Squire, FE Bloom, SK McConnell, JL Roberts, NC Spitzer and MJ Zigmond.  Academic Press, New York, pp. 1031-1065.
    52. Gore AC (2003) Pregnancy and Neurological Disorders.  In: Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences, Vol. 4, ed. MJ Aminoff and RB Daroff.  Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 53-56.
    53. Gore AC (2003) Neurology of Women’s Health.  In: Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences, Vol. 4, ed. MJ Aminoff and RB Daroff.  Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 763-766.
    54. Gore AC, Guidry T (2003) Hypogonadism. Monograph for Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Pharmacy Education.
    55. Richardson HN, Gore AC, Venier J, Romeo RD, Sisk CL (2004) Increased expression of forebrain GnRH mRNA and changes in testosterone negative feedback following pubertal maturation. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 214: 63-70.
    56. Daftary SS, Gore AC (2004) The hypothalamic insulin-like growth factor receptor (IGF-1R), and its relationship to GnRH neurons during postnatal development. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 16: 160-169.
    57. Gore AC, Windsor-Engnell BM, Terasawa E (2004) Menopausal increases in pulsatile gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) release in a non-human primate (Macaca mulatta)Endocrinology 145: 4653-4659.
    58. Chakraborty TR, Gore AC (2004). Aging-related changes in ovarian hormones, their receptors, and neuroendocrine function. Experimental Biology & Medicine 229: 977-987.
    59. Gore AC (2004) GnRH neurons: multiple inputs, multiple outputs. Invited News and Views editorial, Endocrinology 145: 4016-4017.
    60. Chakraborty TR, Rajendren G, Gore AC (2005) Estrogen receptor expression in the anteroventral periventricular nucleus (AVPV) of hypogonadal mice. Experimental Biology & Medicine 230: 49-56.
    61. Daftary SS, Gore AC (2005) IGF-1 in the brain as a regulator of reproductive neuroendocrine function. Experimental Biology & Medicine 230: 292-306.
    62. Yin W, Gore AC (2006) Neuroendocrine control of reproductive aging: Roles of GnRH neurons. Reproduction 131: 403-414.
    63. Gore AC, Attardi B, DeFranco DB (2006) Glucocorticoid repression of the reproductive axis: Effects on GnRH and gonadotropin subunit mRNA levels. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 256: 40-48.
    64. Morrison JH, Brinton RD, Schmidt P, Gore AC (2006) Estrogen, menopause, and the aging brain: How basic neuroscience can inform hormone therapy in women. Journal of Neuroscience, 26: 10332-10348.
    65. Maffucci JA, Gore AC (2006) Age-related changes in hormones and their receptors in animal models of female reproductive senescence. In: Handbook of Models for Human Aging, ed. PM Conn. Academic Press/Elsevier, 533-552.
    66. Gore AC, Heindel JJ, Zoeller RT (2006) Endocrine disruption for endocrinologists (and others). Endocrinology 147: s1-3.
    67. Hughes SM, Gore AC (2007) How the brain controls puberty, and implications for sex and ethnic differences. Family and Community Health 30: S112-S114.
    68. Steinberg RM, Juenger TE, Gore AC (2007) The effects of prenatal PCBs on adult female paced mating reproductive behaviors in rats. Hormones & Behavior 51: 364-372.
    69. Yin W, Mendenhall J, Bratton SB, Oung T, Janssen WGM, Morrison JH, Gore AC (2007) Novel localization of NMDA receptors within neuroendocrine gonadotropin-releasing hormone terminals. Experimental Biology and Medicine 232: 662-673.
    70. Crews D*, Gore AC*+, Hsu TS, Dangleben NL, Spinetta M, Schallert T, Anway MD, Skinner MK (2007) Transgenerational epigenetic imprints on mate preference. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 104: 5942-5946. *Co-first authors; +Corresponding author.
    71. Walker DM, Gore AC (2007) Endocrine-disrupting chemicals and the brain. In: Gore AC (ed), Endocrine-disrupting Chemicals: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice, Humana Press, 63-109.
    72. Gore AC (2007) Introduction to Endocrine Disruption. In: Gore AC (ed), Endocrine-disrupting Chemicals: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice, Humana Press, 3-8.
    73. Gore AC (2007) Is reproductive ageing controlled by the brain? Neuroendocrinology Briefings #28; Journal of Neuroendocrinology 19: 667-668.
    74. Dickerson SM, Gore AC (2007) Estrogenic environmental endocrine-disrupting chemical effects on reproductive neuroendocrine function and dysfunction across the life cycle. Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders 8: 143-159.
    75. Gore AC (2008) Neuroendocrine systems as targets for environmental endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Fertility & Sterility 89 (2 Suppl) e101-102.
    76. Gore AC (2008) Neuroendocrine Systems. In: Bloom F, Berg D, Du Lac S, Ghosh A, Spitzer N, Squire L (eds), Fundamental Neuroscience, Volume 3, Academic Press, NY.
    77. Maffucci, JA, Walker DM, Ikegami A, Woller MJ, Gore AC (2008) The NMDA receptor subunit NR2b: Effects on LH release and GnRH gene expression in young and middle-aged female rats, with modulation by estradiol. Neuroendocrinology 87: 129-141.
    78. Gore AC (2008) Why endocrinologists need to take ownership of endocrine disruption. Editorial, Experimental Biology and Medicine, 233 (1): 3.
    79. Yildirim M, Mapp OM, Janssen WGM, Yin W, Morrison JH, Gore AC (2008) Post-pubertal decrease in hippocampal dendritic spines of female rats. Experimental Neurology 210: 339-348.
    80. Gore AC (2008) Developmental programming and endocrine disruptor effects on reproductive neuroendocrine systems. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 29: 358-374.
    81. Dickerson SM, Walker DM, Reveron ME, Duvauchelle CL, Gore AC (2008) The recreational drug ecstasy disrupts the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal reproductive axis in adult male rats. Neuroendocrinology 88: 95-102.
    82. Steinberg RM, Walker DM, Juenger TE, Woller MJ, Gore AC (2008) The effects of perinatal PCBs on adult female rat reproduction: Development, reproductive physiology, and second generational effects. Biology of Reproduction 78: 1091-1101. (Selected for the “Highlights” section of Biology of Reproduction)
    83. Wang G, Milner TA, Speth RC, Gore AC, Wu D, Iadecola C, Pierce JP (2008) Sex differences in angiotensin signaling in bulbospinal neurons in the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla. American Journal of Physiology, Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 295: R1149-R1157.
    84. Skinner MK, Anway MD, Savenkova MI, Gore AC, Crews D (2008) Transgenerational epigenetic programming of the brain transcriptome and anxiety behavior. PLos One 3 (e3745) 1-11.
    85. Diamanti-Kandarakis E, Gore AC (2008) Bi-point on Endocrine Disruptors. Endocrine News 33: 14-21.
    86. Wu D, Lin G, Gore AC (2009) Age-related changes in hypothalamic androgen receptor and estrogen receptor a in male rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology 512 (5): 688-701.
    87. Maffucci JA, Gore AC (2009) Hypothalamic neural systems controlling the female reproductive life cycle: gonadotropin-releasing hormone, GABA, and glutamate. International Review of Cytology: A Survey of Cell Biology, Academic Press, In Press.
    88. Gore AC, Crews D (2009) Environmental endocrine disruption of brain and behavior. Hormones, Brain & Behavior, Vol. 4, Pfaff DW, Arnold AP, Etgen A, Fahrbach S, Moss R, Rubin R (eds), In Press.
    89. Brinton RD, Gore AC, Schmidt P, Morrison JH (2009) Reproductive aging of females: Neural systems. Hormones, Brain & Behavior, Vol. 4, Pfaff DW, Arnold AP, Etgen A, Fahrbach S, Moss R, Rubin R (eds), In Press.
    90. Walker DM, Juenger TE, Gore AC (2009) Developmental profiles of neuroendocrine gene expression in the preoptic area of male rats. Endocrinology 150: 2308-2316.
    91. Maffucci JA, Noel M, Gillette R, Wu D, Gore AC (2009) Age- and hormone-regulation of NMDA receptor subunit NR2b in the anteroventral periventricular nucleus of the female rat: Implications for reproductive senescence. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 21: 506-517.
    92. Dickerson SM, Guevara E, Woller MJ, Gore AC (2009) Cell death mechanisms in GT1-7 GnRH cells exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls PCB74, PCB118, and PCB153. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 237: 237-245.
    93. Diamanti-Kandarakis E, Bourguignon JP, Giudice L, Hauser R, Prins G, Soto A, Zoeller RT, Gore AC (2009) Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: Endocrine Society Scientific Statement. Endocrine Reviews 30: 293-342.
    94. Wu D, Gore AC (2009) Sexual experience changes sex hormones but not hypothalamic steroid hormone receptor expression in young and middle-aged male rats. Hormones and Behavior 56: 299-308.
    95. Yin W, Mendenhall JM, Monita M, Gore AC(2009) Three-dimensional properties of GnRH neuroterminals in the median eminence of young and old rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology 517: 284-295.
    96. Yin W, Wu D, Noel ML, Gore AC (2009) GnRH neuroterminals and their microenvironment in the median eminence: Effects of aging and estradiol treatment. Endocrinology 150: 5498-5508.
    97. Gore AC (2010) Environmental contaminants and related systems that have implications for reproduction: The neuroendocrine system. In: Environmental Impacts on Reproductive Health and Fertility, ed. TJ Woodruff, SJ Janssen, LJ Guillette, LC Giudice (Cambridge University Press), 173-179.
    98. Cooke PS, Simon L, Cimafranca MA, Gore AC,Crews D (2010) Environmental endocrine disruptors and male reproductive toxicology. In: McQueen CA (ed.) Comprehensive Toxicology, Volume 11. Oxford: Academic Press, pp. 231-246.
    99. Wadas BC, Hartshorn CA, Aurand ER, Palmer JS, Roselli CE, Noel ML, Gore AC, Veeramachaneni DNR, Tobet SA (2010) Prenatal exposure to vinclozolin disrupts selective aspects of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone neuronal system of the rabbit. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 22: 518-526.
    100. Gore AC (2010) Neuroendocrine targets of endocrine disruptors. Hormones 9: 16-27.
    101. Wu D, Gore AC (2010) Changes in androgen receptor, estrogen receptor alpha, and sexual behavior with aging and testosterone in male rats. Hormones and Behavior 58: 306-316.
    102. Yin W, Gore AC (2010) The hypothalamic median eminence and its role in reproductive aging. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1204: 113-122.
    103. Gore AC, Patisaul HB (2010) Neuroendocrine disruptors: Historical roots, current progress, questions for the future. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 31: 395-399.
    104. Walker DM, Gore AC (2011) Transgenerational neuroendocrine disruption of reproduction. Nature Reviews Endocrinology 7: 197-207.
    105. Diamanti-Kandarakis E, Gore AC (2011) Introduction to endocrine disruptors and puberty. In: Diamanti-Kandarakis E and Gore AC (eds), Endocrine Disruptors and Puberty, Humana/Springer Publishers, 1-10.
    106. Dickerson SM, Cunningham S, Gore AC (2011) Reproductive neuroendocrine targets of developmental exposures to endocrine disruptors. In: Diamanti-Kandarakis E and Gore AC (eds), Endocrine Disruptors and Puberty, Humana/Springer Publishers, 49-118.
    107. Williams TJ, Mitterling K, Thompson LI, Torres-Reveron A, Waters EM, McEwen BS, Gore AC, Milner TA (2011) Age- and hormone-regulation of opioid peptides and synaptic proteins in the rat dorsal hippocampal formation. Brain Research 1379: 71-85.
    108. Steinberg RM, Walker DM, Juenger TE, Gore AC (2011) Neuroendocrine effects of developmental PCB exposure, with particular reference to hypothalamic gene expression. In: Bourguignon JP, Jégou B, Kerdelhué B, Toppari J, Christen Y (eds). Multi-System Endocrine Disruption, Springer (Berlin/Heidelberg), pp 1-21.
    109. Dickerson SM, Cunningham SL, Patisaul HB, Woller MJ, Gore AC (2011) Endocrine disruption of brain sexual differentiation by developmental PCB exposure. Endocrinology 152: 581-594.
    110. Dickerson SM, Cunningham SL, Gore AC (2011). Prenatal PCBs disrupt early neuroendocrine development of the rat hypothalamus. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 252: 36-46.
    111. Crews D, Gore AC (2011) Life imprints: Living in a contaminated world. Environmental Health Perspectives 119: 1208-1210.
    112. Gore AC, Walker DM, Zama AM, Armenti A, Uzumcu M (2011) Early life exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals causes lifelong molecular reprogramming of the hypothalamus and premature reproductive aging. Molecular Endocrinology, 25: 2157-2168.
    113. Kermath BA, Gore AC (2012). Neuroendocrine control of the natural transition to reproductive senescence. Neuroendocrinology 96: 1-12.
    114. Gore AC (2012) Neuroendocrine Systems. In: Bloom F, Berg D, Du Lac S, Ghosh A, Spitzer N, Squire L (eds), Fundamental Neuroscience , Volume 4, Academic Press, NY, 799-817.
    115. Sisk C, Lonstein J, Gore AC (2012) Hormone influences on neurobehavioral transitions across the lifespan. Neuroscience in the 21st Century: Basic and Clinical.
    116. Zoeller RT, Brown TR, Doan L, Gore AC, Skakkebaek NE, Soto AM, Woodruff TJ, Vom Saal FS (2012). Regulation of endocrine-disrupting chemicals for public health protection: A statement of principles from The Endocrine Society. Endocrinology 153: 4097-4110.
    117. Patisaul HB, Sullivan AW, Radford ME, Walker DM, Adewale HB, Winnik B, Coughlin JL, Buckley B, Gore AC (2012) Anxiogenic effects of developmental bisphenol A (BPA) exposure are associated with gene expression changes in the juvenile amygdala and mitigated by soy diet in rats. PLoS One 7: e43890.
    118. Crews D, Gore AC (2012) Epigenetic synthesis: A need for a new paradigm for evolution in a contaminated world. F1000 Biology Reports 4(18): 1-6.
    119. Walker DM, Kirson D, Perez LF, Gore AC (2012) Molecular profiling of postnatal development of the hypothalamus in female and male rats. Biology of Reproduction, 87:1-12.
    120. Schug TT, Abagyan R, Blumberg B, Collins TJ, Crews D, DeFur PL, Dickerson SM, Edwards TM, Gore AC, Guillette LJ, Hayes T, Heindel JJ, Moores AR, Patisaul HB, Tal TL, Thayer KA, Vandenberg LN, Warner J, Watson CS, vom Saal FS, Zoeller RT, O’Brien KP, Myers JP (2013) Designing endocrine disruption out of the next generation of chemicals. Green Chemistry 15: 181-198. PMC4125359.
    121. Walker DM, Kermath BA, Woller MJ, Gore AC (2013) Disruption of reproductive aging in female and male rats by gestational exposure to estrogenic endocrine disruptors. Endocrinology 154: 2129-2143. PMC3740483.
    122. Kermath BA, Riha PD, Sajjad A, Gore AC (2013) Effects of chronic NMDA-NR2b inhibition in the median eminence of the reproductive senescent female rat. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 25: 887-897. PMC3800684.
    123. Crews D, Gore AC (2014) Transgenerational epigenetics: Current controversies and debates. In: Transgenerational Epigenetics: Evidence and Debate, Ed. T. Tollefsbol. Elsevier, pp. 371-391.
    124. Gore AC (2014) Neurology of Women’s Health. In: Aminoff MJ, Daroff RB, Encyclopedia of Neurological Sciences, 2nd Edition, pp. 779-783.
    125. Walker DM, Goetz BM, Gore AC (2014) Dynamic postnatal developmental and sex-specific neuroendocrine effects of prenatal PCBs in rats.Molecular Endocrinology 28: 99-115. PMC3874456.
    126. Jones CE, Riha PD, Gore AC, Monfils M-H (2014) Social transmission of Pavlovian fear: Fear conditioning by-proxy in related female rats. Animal Cognition 17: 827-834. PMC3984423.
    127. Gore AC, Hall JE, Hayes FJ (2014) Aging and Reproduction. In: Knobil and Neill’s Physiology of Reproduction, Vol. 4.
    128. Skinner MK, Savenkova M, Zhang B, Gore AC, Crews D (2014) Gene bionetworks involved in the epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of altered mate preference: Environmental epigenetics and evolutionary biology. BMC Genomics 15: 377. PMC4073506.
    129. Naugle MM, Nguyen LT, Merceron TK, Filardo E, Janssen WGM, Morrison JH, Rapp PR, Gore AC (2014) G-protein coupled estrogen receptor, estrogen receptor a, and progesterone receptor immunohistochemistry in the hypothalamus of aging female rhesus macaques given long-term estradiol treatment. Journal of Experimental Zoology A Ecol Genet Physiol 321A: 399-414. PMC4282650.
    130. Kermath BA, Riha PD, Woller MJ, Wolfe A, Gore AC (2014) Hypothalamic molecular changes underlying natural reproductive senescence in the female rat. Endocrinology 155: 3597-3609. PMC4138577.
    131. Gillette R, Miller-Crews I, Skinner M, Gore AC, Crews D (2014) Sexually dimorphic effects of ancestral exposure to vinclozolin on stress reactivity in rats. Endocrinology 155: 3853-3566. PMC4164929.
    132. Crews D, Gillette R, Miller-Crews I, Gore AC, Skinner MK (2014) Nature, nurture and epigenetics. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 398: 42-52. PMC4300943.
    133. Gore AC, Martien K, Gagnidze K, Pfaff DM (2014) Implications of prenatal steroid perturbations for neurodevelopment, behavior, and autism.Endocrine Reviews 35: 961-991. PMC4234775.
    134. Naugle MM, Gore AC (2014). GnRH neurons of young and aged female rhesus monkeys co-express GPER but are unaffected by long-term hormone replacement. Neuroendocrinology, 100: 334-346. PMC4329056.
    135. Sandberg K, Umans JG, and the Georgetown Consensus Conference Work Group (2015). Recommendations concerning the new NIH initiative to balance the sex of animals and cells in preclinical research. FASEB J, 29: 1646-1652.
    136. Yin W, Maguire S, Pham B, Garcia AN, Dang NV, Liang J, Wolfe A, Hofmann HA, Gore AC (2015) Testing the critical window hypothesis of timing and duration of estradiol treatment on hypothalamic gene in reproductively mature and aging female rats, Endocrinology 156: 2918-2933. PMC4511137. 
    137. Yin W, Sun Z, Mendenhall JM, Walker DM, Riha PD, Bezner KS, Gore AC (2015) Expression of vesicular glutamate transporter 2 on large dense-core vesicles within GnRH neuroterminals of aging female rats. PLoS One 10: e0129633, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0129633. PMC4459826.
    138. Reilly MP, Weeks CD, Topper VY, Thompson LM, Crews D, Gore AC (2015). The effects of prenatal PCBs on adult social behavior in rats.Hormones and Behavior 73: 47-55. PMC4546928.
    139. Topper VY, Walker DM, Gore AC (2015) Sexually dimorphic effects of gestational endocrine-disrupting chemicals on microRNA expression in the developing rat hypothalamus. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 414: 42-52. PMC4553128.
    140. Gore AC, Chappell VA, Fenton SE, Flaws JA, Nadal A, Prins GS, Toppari J, Zoeller RT (2015) EDC-2: The Endocrine Society’s Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine-disrupting Chemicals. Endocrine Reviews 36: E1-E150. PMC4702494.
    141. Gore AC, Chappell VA, Fenton SE, Flaws JA, Nadal A, Prins GS, Toppari J, Zoeller RT (2015) Executive Summary to EDC-2: The Endocrine Society’s Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine-disrupting Chemicals. Endocrine Reviews 36: 593-602. PMC4702495.
    142. Garcia AN, Depena CK, Yin W, Gore AC (2016) Testing the critical window of estradiol replacement on gene expression of vasopressin, oxytocin, and their receptors, in the hypothalamus of aging female rats. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 419: 102-112. PMC4684429.
    143. Naugle MM, Lozano SA, Guarraci FA, Kim JE, Lindsey LF, Morrison JH, Janssen WGM, Yin W, Gore AC (2016) Age and long-term hormone treatment effects on the ultrastructural morphology of the median eminence of female rhesus macaques. Neuroendocrinology 103: 650-664. PMC4860175.
    144. Bell MR, Thompson L, Rodriguez K, Gore AC (2016) Two-hit exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls at gestational and juvenile life stages: 1. Sexually dimorphic effects on social and anxiety-like behaviors. Hormones and Behavior 78: 168-177. PMC4718783.
    145. Bell MR, Hart B, Gore AC (2016) Two-hit exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls at gestational and juvenile life stages: 2. Sex-specific neuromolecular effects in the brain. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 420: 125-137. PMC4703537.
    146. Palmateer J, Pan J, Pandya A, Martin L, Kumar S, Ofomata A, Jones TA, Gore AC, Schallert T, Hurn PD (2016) Ultrasonic vocalization in murine experimental stroke: A mechanistic model of aphasia. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 34: 287-295.
    147. Gore AC (2016) Evidence to Practice on the Endocrine Societys Scientific Statement on environmental endocrinedisrupting chemicals. JAMAInternal Medicine 176: 1705-1706 doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2016.5766]
    148. Sisk C, Lonstein JS, Gore AC (2016) Critical periods during development: Hormonal influences on neurobehavioral transitions across the life span. In: Neuroscience in the 21st Century, 2nd edition, ed. DW Pfaff and ND Volkow, pp. 2049-2086.
    149. Walker DM, Gore AC (2017) Epigenetic impacts of endocrine disruptors in the brain. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 44: 1-26. doi: 10.1016/j.yfrne.2016.09.002. PMC5429819
    150. Gillette R, Reilly MP, Topper VY, Thompson LM, Crews D, Gore AC (2017) Anxiety-like behaviors in adulthood are altered in male but not female rats exposed to low dosages of polychlorinated biphenyls in utero. Hormones and Behavior 87: 8-15.
    151. Garcia AN, Bezner K, Depena C, Yin W, Gore AC (2017) The effects of long-term estradiol treatment on social behavior and gene expression in adult female rats. Hormones and Behavior 87: 145-154.’
    152. Patisaul HB, Gore AC, Crews D (2017) Environmental endocrine disruption of brain and behavior. Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 3rd edition, Vol 5. Ed. Pfaff DW, Joels, M. Oxford: Academic Press, pp. 63-88.
    153. Nutsch VL, Bell MR, Will RG, Yin W, Dominguez JM, Gore AC (2017) Aging and estradiol effects on gene expression in the medial preoptic area, basal nucleus of the stria terminalis, and posterodorsal medial amygdala of male rats. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 442: 153-164.
    154. Hernandez ME, Gore AC (2017) Chemical contaminants – a toxic cocktail for neurodevelopment. Invited News and Views for “Human amniotic fluid contaminants alter thyroid hormone signaling and early brain development in xenopus embryos.” Nature Reviews Endocrinology 13: 322-323.
    155. Hutchens S, Jursa T, Shawlot W, Chaffee BK, Yin W, Gore AC, Aschner M, Smith DR, Mukhopadhyay S (2017). Deficiency in the manganese efflux transporter SLC30A10 induces severe hypothyroidism in mice. Journal of Biological Chemistry 292: 9760-9773.
    156. Liu C, Hutchens S, Jursa T, Shawlot W, Polishchuk EV, Polishchuk RS, Dray BK, Gore AC, Aschner M, Smith DR, Mukhopadhyay S. Hypothyroidism induced by loss of the manganese efflux transporter SLC30A10 may be explained by reduced thyroxine production. Journal of Biological Chemistry, accepted 8-31-17.
    157. Nutsch V, Will R, Tobiansky D, Reilly MP, Gore AC*, Dominguez JM* (2017) Age-related changes in sexual function and steroid hormone receptors in the medial preoptic area of male rats. Hormones and Behavior 96: 4-12. *Co-corresponding authors.
    158. Gore AC, Holley AM, Crews D. Mate Choice, Sexual Selection, and Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals. Hormones and Behavior, In Press.
    159. Gao N, Hu R, Huang Y, Dao L, Zhang C, Liu Y, Wu L, Wang X, Yin W, Gore AC, Sun Z. Specific effects of prenatal DEHP exposure on neuroendocrine gene expression in the developing hypothalamus of male rats. Archives of Toxicology, In Press.
    160. Bauman BM, Yin Y, Gore AC, Wu TJ. Regulation of GnRH-(1-5) signaling genes by estradiol is age-dependent. Frontiers in Neuroscience, In Press.
    161. Garcia AN, Depena C, Bezner K, Yin W, Gore AC (2018) The timing and duration of estradiol treatment in a rat model of the perimenopause: Influences on social behavior and the neuromolecular phenotype. Hormones and Behavior 97: 75-84. PMC5771824
    162. Reilly MP, Weeks CD, Crews D, Gore AC (2018) Application of a novel social choice paradigm to assess effects of prenatal endocrine-disrupting chemical exposure in rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Comparative Psychology 132: 253-267. PMC6078783.
    163. Mennigen JA, Thompson LM, Bell M, Tellez M, Gore AC (2018) Transgenerational effects of polychlorinated biphenyls: 1. Development and physiology across 3 generations of rats. Environmental Health 17: 18. PMC5819226.
    164. Bell MR, Dryden A, Will R, Gore AC (2018) Sex differences in effects of gestational polychlorinated biphenyl exposure on hypothalamic neuroimmune and neuromodulator systems in neonatal rats. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 353: 55-66.
    165. Krishnan K, Mittal N, Thompson LM, Rodriguez-Santiago M, Duvauchelle CL, Crews D, Gore AC (2018) Effects of the endocrine-disrupting chemicals vinclozolin and polychlorinated biphenyls, on physiological and sociosexual phenotypes F2 generation Sprague-Dawley rats. Environmental Health Perspectives, 126(9):97005. PMC6375392.
    166. Topper VY*, Reilly MP*, Wagner LM, Thompson LM, Gillette R, Crews D, Gore AC (2019) Social and neuromolecular phenotypes are programmed by prenatal exposures to endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 479: 133-146. *co-first authors. PMC6263824.
    167. Gillette R, Son MJ, Ton L, Gore AC, Crews D (2018) Passing experiences on to future generations: Endocrine disruptors and transgenerational inheritance of epimutations in brain and sperm. Epigenetics 13: 1106-1126. PMC6342067
    168. Vandenberg L, Hunt PA, Gore AC (2019) Endocrine disruptors and the future of toxicology testing: Lessons from CLARITY-BPA. Nature Reviews Endocrinology 15(6): 366-374
    169. Gore AC, Krishnan K, Reilly MP (2019) Endocrine-disrupting chemicals: Effects on neuroendocrine systems and the neurobiology of social behavior. Hormones and Behavior 111: 7-23. PMC6527472
    170. Krishnan K, Rahman S, Hasbum A, Morales D, Thompson LM, Crews D, Gore AC (2019). Maternal care modulates transgenerational effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals on offspring pup vocalizations and adult behaviors. Hormones and Behavior 107: 96-109. PMC6366859
    171. La Merrill MA, Vandenberg L, Smyth MT, Goodson W, Browne P, Patisaul HB, Guyton KZ, Kortenkamp A, Cogliano VJ, Woodruff T, Rieswijk L, Sone H, Korach K, Gore AC, Zeiss L, Zoeller RT (2019) Key characteristics of endocrine-disrupting chemicals as a basis for hazard identification. In press, Nature Reviews Endocrinology.
    172. Zoeller RT, Doan LL, Demeneix B, Gore AC, Nadal A, Tan S (2019) The Endocrine Society in Endocrine Disruptor Research and Policy. Endocrinology 160: 1-3.
    173. Yin W, Borniger JC, Wang X, Maguire SM, Munselle ML, Bezner KS, Tesfamariam HM, Liang J, Garcia AN, Hofmann HA, Nelson RJ, Gore AC (2019) Estradiol treatment improves biological rhythms in a preclinical rat model of menopause. Neurobiology of Aging 83: 1-10.
    174. Krishnan K, Hasbum A, Morales D, Thompson LM, Crews D, Gore AC (2019). Endocrine-disrupting chemicals alter the neuromolecular phenotype in F2 generation adult male rats. Physiology and Behavior 211: 112674.

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