Sexual differentiation of callosal size: Hormonal mechanisms and the choice of an animal model

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):328-328 (1998)
Abstract
Studies of callosal sexual differentiation have concentrated on global measures of callosal size, using the rat as a model for studies of potential hormonal mechanisms. It is time to shift the study of callosal sexual differentiation to a more cellular level. Finally, there are potential problems with using the female rat as the primary model for understanding hormonal mechanisms during postnatal life.
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