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Cobalt Polycythemia. II. Relative Effects of Oral and Subcutaneous Administration of Cobaltous Chloride
Summary The relative effect of parenteral versus oral administration of cobaltous chloride on erythrocyte and hemoglobin formation in rats has been determined. Daily subcutaneous iujection of 2.5Expand
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Pseudohermaphrodite Rat: End Organ Insensitivity to Testosterone
The pseudohermaphrodite rat is characterized by lack of androgen-dependent differentiation. Treatment of these rats with testosterone failed to produce the expected changes in preputial and adrenalExpand
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Sex chromatin and idiograms from rats exhibiting anomalies of the reproductive organs
Certain anomalous conditions associated with the reproductive organs have arisen in a line of King‐Holtzmann hybrid rats maintained in our laboratory. These are sterile pseudohermaphroditic males inExpand
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Male pseudohermaphroditism in the laboratory Norway rat.
Publisher Summary This chapter presents an analysis of male pseudohermaphroditism in the rat with regard to anatomic, embryologic, genetic, and physiological considerations. The anomaly isExpand
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"Testicular feminization" in the rat: Morphology of the testis.
The testes of the Stanley-Gumbreck pseudohermaphroditic (Ps) rat remain in the inguinal canals due to agenesis of the scrotum. These testes are characterized by failure of sperm cells to developExpand
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Hormonal influences on liver catalase activity.
Abstract Cortisone and hydrocortisone were found to produce a marked reduction in rat liver catalase activity, but there was no change in the activity of this enzyme in adrenalectomized ratsExpand
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Secretion of testosterone by the pseudohermaphrodite rat.
In male pseudohermaphrodite rats (Ps) the mean testicular venous testosterone concentration was 1.1 μg/100 ml and increased 4-fold 30 min after HCG administration. By contrast, normal male litterExpand
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