Recently published articles :

Bonthuis PJ, Steinwand S, Stacher Hörndli CN, Emery J, Huang WC, Kravitz S, Ferris E, Gregg C. Noncanonical genomic imprinting in the monoamine system determines naturalistic foraging and brain-adrenal axis functions. Cell Rep. 2022 Mar 8;38(10):110500.

Paul J. BonthuisSusan SteinwandWei-Chao HuangCornelia N. Stacher HörndliJared EmeryStephanie KravitzElliott FerrisChristopher Gregg. Dopa decarboxylase is a genetic hub of parental control over offspring behavior. bioRxiv 2020

Jacobi AM, Rettig GR, Turk R, Collingwood MA, Zeiner SA, Quadros RM, Harms DW, Bonthuis PJ, Gregg C, Ohtsuka M, Gurumurthy CB, Behlke MA. Simplified CRISPR tools for efficient genome editing and streamlined protocols for their delivery into mammalian cells and mouse zygotes. Methods. 2017 May 15;121-122:16-28.

McInnis CM, Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF, Park JH. Inheritance of steroid-independent male sexual behavior in male offspring of B6D2F1 mice. Horm Behav.
2016 Apr;80:132-138.

Bonthuis PJ, Huang WC, Stacher Hörndli CN, Ferris E, Cheng T, Gregg C. Noncanonical Genomic Imprinting Effects in Offspring. Cell Rep. 2015 Aug

Quinnies KM, Bonthuis PJ, Harris EP, Shetty SR, Rissman EF. Neural growth hormone: regional regulation by estradiol and/or sex chromosome complement in
male and female mice. Biol Sex Differ. 2015 Apr 28;6:8.

Cox KH, Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF. Mouse model systems to study sex chromosome genes and behavior: relevance to humans. Front Neuroendocrinol. 2014

Bharadwaj P, McInnis C, Madden AM, Bonthuis PJ, Zup S, Rissman EF, Park JH. Increased dendritic spine density and tau expression are associated with
individual differences in steroidal regulation of male sexual behavior. PLoS One. 2013 Jul 16;8(7):e69672.

Bonthuis PJ, Rissman EF. Neural growth hormone implicated in body weight sex differences. Endocrinology. 2013 Oct;154(10):3826-35.

Bonthuis PJ, Cox KH, Rissman EF. X-chromosome dosage affects male sexual behavior. Horm Behav. 2012 Apr;61(4):565-72.

Bonthuis PJ, Patteson JK, Rissman EF. Acquisition of sexual receptivity: roles of chromatin acetylation, estrogen receptor-alpha, and ovarian hormones.
Endocrinology. 2011 Aug;152(8):3172-81.