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Department of Primatology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (341) 3550 - 200
fax: +49 (341) 3550 - 299


Weltring, A., Schaebs, F.S., Perry, S.E., Deschner, T. (2012) Simultaneous measurement of endogenous steroid hormones and their metabolites with LC–MS/MS in faeces of a New World primate species, Cebus capucinus. Physiology and Behavior 105: 510-521. [pdf]


Vitzthum, V. J., Thornburg, J., Schaebs, F., Deimel, C., & Deschner, T. (2011). East meets West: Evaluations of the potential role of early life conditions on adult ovarian steroid levels in Mongolian and German women. American Journal of Human Biology, 23, 282–283.


Deimel, C., Vitzthum, V.J., Schaebs, F.S., & Deschner, T. (2012). The banana effect: Are past and/or present lifestyles associated with ovarian hormone differences in women from the two Germanys?. American Journal of Human Biology, 24, 223-223.

Deschner, T., Deimel, C., Schaebs, F., Jurado, K., and Vitzthum, V.J. (2009). Comparison of urinary PdG and salivary progesterone levels for the assessment of ovarian functioning: A study of nomadic Mongolian herders. American Journal of Human Biology, 21, 251-251.

C. Deimel, T. Descher, F.S. Schaebs, J. Thornburg, V.J.Vitzthum (2014). “Does birth size explain adult salivary progesterone levels in women of East and West German origin?”. 39th Human Biology Association Annual Meeting, Calgary, Canada.