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Prof. Holly Ingraham of UCSF on Estrogen signaling in the brain and gut

Prof. Holly Ingraham of UCSF on Estrogen signaling in the brain and gut

Update: 2021-11-15
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Estrogen signaling in arcuate Kiss1 neurons suppresses a sex-dependent female circuit promoting dense strong bones, Oestrogen engages brain MC4R signaling to drive physical activity in female mice, and LRH-1 mitigates intestinal inflammatory disease by maintaining epithelial homeostasis and cell survival  


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Holly Ingraham who is Professor of Cellular Molecular Pharmacology at UCSF. Her research focuses on the basic science of "Hormones and Nerves in Female Physiology" aimed at improving women's health.



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Prof. Holly Ingraham of UCSF on Estrogen signaling in the brain and gut

Prof. Holly Ingraham of UCSF on Estrogen signaling in the brain and gut

Gill Eapen