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Kisspeptin and Estradiol-Induced Prolactin Surge

November 26, 2019

Episode 28

Nayara Aquino PhD

Caitlin talks with author and researcher Nayara Aquino, PhD, from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, about her research on neuroendocrine control of the female reproductive system. Her paper, published in Endocrinology in June 2017, was selected for the Endocrine Society’s Women in Endocrinology Thematic Issue.


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