Publications of Meng-Ching Ko

Journal Article (9)

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Ko, M.-C.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Bakker, A.; Gahr, M.: The gene expression profile of the song control nucleus HVC shows sex specificity, hormone responsiveness, and species specificity among songbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience 15, 680530 (2021)
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Toda, Y.; Ko, M.-C.; Liang, Q.; Miller, E. T.; Rico-Guevara, A.; Nakagita, T.; Sakakibara, A.; Uemura, K.; Sackton, T.; Hayakawa, T. et al.; Sin, S. Y. W.; Ishimaru, Y.; Misaka, T.; Oteiza, P.; Crall, J.; Edwards, S. V.; Buttemer, W.; Matsumura, S.; Baldwin, M. W.: Early origin of sweet perception in the songbird radiation. Science 373 (6551), pp. 226 - 231 (2021)
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Baldwin, M. W.; Ko, M.-C.: Functional evolution of vertebrate sensory receptors. Hormones and Behavior 124, 104771 (2020)
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Ko, M.-C.; van Meir, V.; Vellema, M.; Gahr, M.: Characteristics of song, brain-anatomy and blood androgen levels in spontaneously singing female canaries. Hormones and Behavior 117, 104614 (2020)
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Dittrich, F.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Diales da Rocha, M.; Leitner, S.; Gahr, M.: Wie Geschlechtshormone den Vogelgesang regulieren. Jahrbuch - Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (2015)
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Dittrich, F.; Ramenda, C.; Grillitsch, D.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Ko, M.-C.; Hertel, M.; Goymann, W.; Ter Maat, A.; Gahr, M.: Regulatory mechanisms of testosterone-stimulated song in the sensorimotor nucleus HVC of female songbirds. BMC Neuroscience 15 (1), 128 (2014)
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Ko, M. C.; Lee, L. J.-H.; Li, Y.; Lee, L.-J.: Long-term consequences of neonatal fluoxetine exposure in adult rats. Developmental Neurobiology 74 (10), pp. 1038 - 1051 (2014)
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Vellema, M.; Ko, M.-C.; Frankl-Vilches, C.; Gahr, M.: What makes a marker a good marker? Brain, behavior and evolution: Official journal of the J. B. Johnston Club 84 (1), pp. 5 - 7 (2014)
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Wang, Y. C.; Ho, U. C.; Ko, M. C.; Liao , C. C.; Lee , L. J.: Differential neuronal changes in medial prefrontal cortex, basolateral amygdala and nucleus accumbens after postweaning social isolation. Brain Structure & Function 217 (2), pp. 337 - 351 (2012)
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