Data from: Fighting experience alters brain androgen receptor expression dependent on testosterone status

Cheng-Yu Li, Ryan L. Earley, Shu-Ping Huang, Yuying Hsu, S.-P. Huang & C.-Y. Li
Contest decisions are influenced by the outcomes of recent fights (winner–loser effects). Steroid hormones and serotonin are closely associated with aggression and therefore probably also play important roles in mediating winner–loser effects. In mangrove rivulus fish, Kryptolebias marmoratus, individuals with higher testosterone (T), 11-ketotestosterone and cortisol levels are more capable of winning, but titres of these hormones do not directly mediate winner–loser effects. In this study, we investigated the effects of winning/losing experiences on brain...
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