UVB exposure enhances female attractiveness and receptiveness toward males 1. Ultraviolet light affects endocrinological and behavioral aspects of sexuality via an unknown mechanism. 2. UVB exposure enhances the levels of sex-steroid hormones and sexual behavior, which are mediated by the skin. 3. In female mice, UVB exposure increases hypothalamus-pituitary-gonadal axis hormone levels, resulting in larger ovaries. 4. These findings suggest that UVB

The authors thank Prof. Eli Pikarsky (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) for the gift of the p53-floxed mice and Prof. Itai Ben-Porath for the gift of K14 CRE mice (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel). N.K.-S., writing – review & editing. R. Percik, investigation and writing – review & editing. C.L., conceptualization, methodology, writing – original draft, visualization, supervision, project administration, and funding acquisition. K.M., D.L., and O.K.-M., formal analysis (human questionnaire). D.B.-Y., H.A., and T.G., writing – review & editing. Y.G., formal analysis (human epidemiological data). E.S., conceptualization and formal analysis. (). Continue reading.



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