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Female sexual behavior in mice is controlled by kisspeptin neurons
An international research team which included Prof Bill Colledge has made a major advancement in understanding how the brain controls sexual behaviour, published in Nature Communications.
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Hiat1 gene is required for male fertility in mice
Bill Colledge and Peter Wooding show how Hiat1 gene disruption is linked to abnomal sperm and infertility in mice in an study published on Reproduction.
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Mechanistic insights into the more potent effect of KP-54 compared to KP-10 in vivo
New research from Bill Colledge's team published on PLOS ONE compares the stimulation output of kisspeptins of different lenghts
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