- Jason D. Meadows, Joseph A. Breuer, Shanna N.Lavalle, Michael R.Hirschenberger, Meera M.Patel, DuongNguyen, AlyssaKim, JessicaCassin, Michael R.Gorman, David K.Welsh, Pamela L.Mellon, Hanne M.Hoffmann. Deletion of Six3 in post-proliferative neurons produces weakened SCN circadian output, improved metabolic function, and dwarfism in male mice. Mol. Metabolism 2021.
- Zhou G, Duong, TV, Kasten EP, Hoffmann HM. Low CLOCK and CRY2 in 2nd trimester human maternal blood and risk of preterm birth: A nested case-control study. BOR 2021
- Lavalle SN, Chou T, Hernandez J, Naing NCP, Tonsfeldt KJ, Hoffmann HM, and Mellon PL. Kiss1 is differentially regulated in male and female mice by the homeodomain transcription factor VAX1 . MCE 2021
- Hoffmann HM, Meadows JD, Breuer JA, Devries BM, Yaw AM, Oosterhouse HJ, Chen A, Trang C, Sora JL, Doser JW, Gorman MR, Welsh DK, Mellon PL. The transcription factors SIX3 and VAX1 are required for suprachiasmatic nucleus circadian output and fertility in female mice. [In press, J. of Neurosci. Research
Book chapters and reviews
- Circadian Rhythms in the Neuronal Network Timing the Luteinizing Hormone Surge. Endocrinology 2021.
Yaw A, McLane-Svoboda AK, Hoffmann HM. Shiftwork and Light at Night Negatively Impact Molecular and Endocrine Timekeeping in the Female Reproductive Axis in Humans and Rodents. IJMS Published online Dec 30, 2020: https://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/22/1/324
- Sen A and Hoffmann H. Role of core circadian clock genes in hormone release and target tissue sensitivity in the reproductive axis. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 2019, November https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1a7qi153jzbSEI
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