Possible Existence of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Hippocampal (HPH) Axis: A Reciprocal Relationship Between Hippocampal Specific Neuroestradiol Synthesis and Neuroblastosis in Ageing Brains with Special Reference to Menopause and Neurocognitive Disorders

Mahesh Kandasamy*, Risna Kanjirassery Radhakrishnan, G. P. Poornimai Abirami, Syed Aasish Roshan, Ajisha Yesudhas, Kadalmani Balamuthu, Chidambaram Prahalathan, Sellathamby Shanmugaapriya, Anbalagan Moorthy, Musthafa Mohamed Essa, Muthuswamy Anusuyadevi

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