Paul Forlano
Paul Forlano
Professor of Biology, City University of New York, Brooklyn College and Graduate Center
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Anatomical distribution and cellular basis for high levels of aromatase activity in the brain of teleost fish: aromatase enzyme and mRNA expression identify glia as source
PM Forlano, DL Deitcher, DA Myers, AH Bass
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (22), 8943-8955, 2001
Steroid-dependent auditory plasticity leads to adaptive coupling of sender and receiver
JA Sisneros, PM Forlano, DL Deitcher, AH Bass
Science 305 (5682), 404-407, 2004
Seasonal variation of steroid hormone levels in an intertidal-nesting fish, the vocal plainfin midshipman
JA Sisneros, PM Forlano, R Knapp, AH Bass
General and comparative endocrinology 136 (1), 101-116, 2004
Brain aromatase: new lessons from non-mammalian model systems
PM Forlano, BA Schlinger, AH Bass
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 27 (3), 247-274, 2006
Distribution of estrogen receptor alpha mRNA in the brain and inner ear of a vocal fish with comparisons to sites of aromatase expression
PM Forlano, DL Deitcher, AH Bass
Journal of Comparative Neurology 483 (1), 91-113, 2005
Quantitative analysis of pre‐and postsynaptic sex differences in the nucleus accumbens
PM Forlano, CS Woolley
Journal of Comparative Neurology 518 (8), 1330-1348, 2010
AgRP and POMC neurons are hypophysiotropic and coordinately regulate multiple endocrine axes in a larval teleost
C Zhang, PM Forlano, RD Cone
Cell metabolism 15 (2), 256-264, 2012
Multiple ERβ antisera label in ERβ knockout and null mouse tissues
MA Snyder, T Smejkalova, PM Forlano, CS Woolley
Journal of neuroscience methods 188 (2), 226-234, 2010
Neural and hormonal mechanisms of reproductive-related arousal in fishes
PM Forlano, AH Bass
Hormones and behavior 59 (5), 616-629, 2011
Distribution of androgen receptor mRNA expression in vocal, auditory, and neuroendocrine circuits in a teleost fish
PM Forlano, M Marchaterre, DL Deitcher, AH Bass
Journal of Comparative Neurology 518 (4), 493-512, 2010
Conserved neurochemical pathways involved in hypothalamic control of energy homeostasis
PM Forlano, RD Cone
Journal of Comparative Neurology 505 (3), 235-248, 2007
Neuroendocrine control of seasonal plasticity in the auditory and vocal systems of fish
PM Forlano, JA Sisneros, KN Rohmann, AH Bass
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 37, 129-145, 2015
Seasonal plasticity of brain aromatase mRNA expression in glia: divergence across sex and vocal phenotypes
PM Forlano, AH Bass
Journal of neurobiology 65 (1), 37-49, 2005
Steroid regulation of brain aromatase expression in glia: female preoptic and vocal motor nuclei
PM Forlano, AH Bass
Journal of neurobiology 65 (1), 50-58, 2005
Differential distribution of gonadotropin-releasing hormone-immunoreactive neurons in the stingray brain: functional and evolutionary considerations
PM Forlano, KP Maruska, SA Sower, JA King, TC Tricas
General and Comparative Endocrinology 118 (2), 226-248, 2000
Catecholaminergic connectivity to the inner ear, central auditory, and vocal motor circuitry in the plainfin midshipman fish Porichthys notatus
PM Forlano, SD Kim, ZM Krzyminska, JA Sisneros
Journal of Comparative Neurology 522 (13), 2887-2927, 2014
Neuroendocrine mechanisms of alternative reproductive tactics: the chemical language of reproductive and social plasticity
AH Bass, PM Forlano
Alternative Reproductive Tactics. An Integrative Approach, 116-120, 2008
Exposure to advertisement calls of reproductive competitors activates vocal-acoustic and catecholaminergic neurons in the plainfin midshipman fish, Porichthys notatus
CL Petersen, M Timothy, DS Kim, AA Bhandiwad, RA Mohr, JA Sisneros, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e70474, 2013
Forebrain dopamine system regulates inner ear auditory sensitivity to socially relevant acoustic signals
JT Perelmuter, AB Wilson, JA Sisneros, PM Forlano
Current Biology 29 (13), 2190-2198. e3, 2019
Hormone-dependent plasticity of auditory systems in fishes
PM Forlano, KP Maruska, JA Sisneros, AH Bass
Hearing and hormones, 15-51, 2016
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