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It is well established that sexually dimorphic neural regions are organized by steroid hormones during development. In many species, neonatal males are exposed to more testosterone than their female littermates, and ultimately it is the estradiol, produced by aromatization of testosterone, that...

Bodo, C.; Rissman, E. F.
Endocrine Society, Bethesda, USA
Endocrinology, 2008, 149, 8, pp 4142-4150