Devaleena Pradhan
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Aggressive interactions rapidly increase androgen synthesis in the brain during the non-breeding season
DS Pradhan, AEM Newman, DW Wacker, JC Wingfield, BA Schlinger, ...
Hormones and behavior 57 (4-5), 381-389, 2010
1322010
Neurosteroids, immunosteroids, and the Balkanization of endocrinology
KL Schmidt, DS Pradhan, AH Shah, TD Charlier, EH Chin, KK Soma
General and comparative endocrinology 157 (3), 266-274, 2008
1302008
Dehydroepiandrosterone and corticosterone are regulated by season and acute stress in a wild songbird: jugular versus brachial plasma
AEM Newman, DS Pradhan, KK Soma
Endocrinology 149 (5), 2537-2545, 2008
962008
Rapid estrogen regulation of DHEA metabolism in the male and female songbird brain
DS Pradhan, Y Yu, KK Soma
Journal of neurochemistry 104 (1), 244-253, 2008
562008
3β-HSD activates DHEA in the songbird brain
BA Schlinger, DS Pradhan, KK Soma
Neurochemistry international 52 (4-5), 611-620, 2008
512008
A mechanism for rapid neurosteroidal regulation of parenting behaviour
DS Pradhan, TK Solomon-Lane, MC Willis, MS Grober
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786), 20140239, 2014
332014
A mechanism for rapid neurosteroidal regulation of parenting behaviour
DS Pradhan, TK Solomon-Lane, MC Willis, MS Grober
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786), 20140239, 2014
332014
3β‐HSD in songbird brain: subcellular localization and rapid regulation by estradiol
DS Pradhan, LYM Lau, KL Schmidt, KK Soma
Journal of neurochemistry 115 (3), 667-675, 2010
232010
Female, but not male, agonistic behaviour is associated with male reproductive success in stable bluebanded goby (Lythrypnus dalli) hierarchies
TK Solomon-Lane, MC Willis, DS Pradhan, MS Grober
Behaviour 151 (10), 1367-1387, 2014
172014
Contextual modulation of androgen effects on agonistic interactions
DS Pradhan, KR Connor, EM Pritchett, MS Grober
Hormones and Behavior 65 (1), 47-56, 2014
172014
Region‐specific rapid regulation of aromatase activity in zebra finch brain
D Comito, DS Pradhan, BJ Karleen, BA Schlinger
Journal of neurochemistry 136 (6), 1177-1185, 2016
162016
11β-HSD Types 1 and 2 in the Songbird Brain
MA Rensel, JA Ding, DS Pradhan, BA Schlinger
Frontiers in endocrinology 9, 86, 2018
132018
Regulation of 3β-HSD activity in the songbird brain
DS Pradhan, KK Soma
Journal of Ornithology 153 (1), 227-234, 2012
132012
Contextual modulation of social and endocrine correlates of fitness: insights from the life history of a sex changing fish
DS Pradhan, TK Solomon-Lane, MS Grober
Name: Frontiers in Neuroscience 8, 432, 2015
82015
Sex differences in neuromuscular androgen receptor expression and sociosexual behavior in a sex changing fish
ER Schuppe, DS Pradhan, K Thonkulpitak, C Drilling, M Black, MS Grober
PloS one 12 (5), e0177711, 2017
72017
Preparing to migrate: expression of androgen signaling molecules and insulin-like growth factor-1 in skeletal muscles of Gambel’s white-crowned sparrows
DS Pradhan, C Ma, BA Schlinger, KK Soma, M Ramenofsky
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205 (1), 113-123, 2019
52019
Agonistic reciprocity is associated with reduced male reproductive success within haremic social networks
TK Solomon-Lane, DS Pradhan, MC Willis, MS Grober
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1811), 20150914, 2015
52015
Simultaneous courtship and parenting in males and sex role reversal in females of the haremic bluebanded goby, Lythrypnus dalli
DS Pradhan, MC Willis, TK Solomon-Lane, K Thonkulpitak, MS Grober
Behaviour 152 (7-8), 917-940, 2015
52015
Phenotypic flexibility of glucocorticoid signaling in skeletal muscles of a songbird preparing to migrate
DS Pradhan, R Van Ness, C Jalabert, JE Hamden, SH Austin, KK Soma, ...
Hormones and Behavior 116, 104586, 2019
42019
Water-borne and Tissue Endocrine Profiles of an Alternative Male Reproductive Phenotype in the Sex Changing Fish, Lythrypnus dalli
DS Pradhan, TK Solomon-Lane, MS Grober
Copeia 2014 (4), 716-724, 2014
32014
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