More evidence for the role of estrogens in female differentiation of the brain

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):329-330 (1998)
Evidence accumulates that pre- and postnatally circulating estrogens play an active role in the differentiation of the female brain: the susceptible period for feminization of the brain seems to extend far beyond the period during which masculinization of the brain occurs. Thus, there is a need to reevaluate the widely accepted “concept of basic femaleness” in sexual brain differentiation.
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