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Csaba, G.: Phylogeny and ontogeny of hormone receptors: the selection theory of receptor formation and hormonal imprinting. Biol. Rev., 1980, 55 , 47

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Csaba, G.: Phylogeny and ontogeny of hormone receptors: The selection theory of receptor formation and hormonal imprinting. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc 55 , 47–63 (1980

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Kőhidai, L., Lajkó, E., Pállinger, E., et al.: Verification of epigenetic inheritance in a unicellular model system: multigenerational effects of hormonal imprinting. Cell. Biol. Int., 2012, 36 , 951

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878 Kovács. P., Csaba, G., Nagao, S., Nozawa, Y.: The regulatory role of calmodulin-dependent guanylate cyclase in association with hormonal imprinting in Tetrahymena . Microbios 59 , 123

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Introduction: The Physiological and Faulty Hormonal Imprinting Although the developing organism in the mother’s womb is influenced first of all by the hormones of the mother, the fetus also synthesizes and secretes hormones

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treatment (hormonal imprinting) on the sexual behavior of adult rats. Hum. Exp. Toxicol. 16 , 193-197 (1997). Effect of perinatal vitamin A or retinoic acid treatment (hormonal imprinting) on the sexual behavior of adult rats

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Csaba G: Hormonal imprinting: its role during the evolution and development of hormones and receptors. Cell Biol. Int. 24, 407-414 (2000) Hormonal imprinting: its role during the evolution and development of hormones and

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. 217 386 392 Csaba G: Phylogeny and ontogeny of hormone receptors: the selection theory of receptor formation and hormonal imprinting. Biol. Rev. 55

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the migration over large distances. Receptor memory and hormonal imprinting The unicellular ciliate Tetrahymena synthesizes hormones characteristic to higher vertebrates [ 48–53 ] and reacts to them [ 54

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effects of natural hormones, causing faulty hormonal imprinting [ 49–51 ] with late, life-long alteration of physiological processes, sex organ development, thyroid function, brain maturation, and immune response included [ 52, 53 ]. The hormonal

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