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THE COMPARATIVE BEHAVIOR OF MAMMALIAN EGGS IN VIVO AND IN VITRO
It is concluded that maturation of the ovum can be obtained simply by isolating it from the normal follicular environment. Expand
THE GEOTROPIC CONDUCT OF YOUNG RATS
Young rats, old enough to creep well but before the eyelids are open, orient and move upward upon an inclined surface. The angle of geotropic orientation on such a surface (θ) is proportional to the… Expand
A Diurnal Rhythm in the Excretion of Urinary Ketosteroids by Young Men1
- G. Pincus
- 1 April 1943
THE PRESENCE of a diurnal cycle in the urinary output of 17-ketosteroids might have some consequence in consideration of their functional significance. The marked quantitative changes in excretion… Expand
Some effects of progesterone and related compounds upon reproduction and early development in mammals.
- G. Pincus
- Acta endocrinologica. Supplementum
- 1 December 1956
A number and variety of substances capable of preventing fertility in experimental animals are demonstrable and certain substances having ovulation-inhibiting effects in experimentalAnimals exhibit entirely comparable effects in the human female and effective substances may be taken by mouth or administered parenterally. Expand
REVIVAL OF MAMMALIAN SPERM AFTER IMMERSION IN LIQUID NITROGEN
Using seminal fluid sperm from the same human donor, maximal numbers of motile sperm survived vitrification when the samples were very fresh, untreated with plasmolysing solutions, and plunged into the refrigerant in the form of a foam. Expand
The comparative behavior of mammalian eggs in vivo and in vitro. VI. The maturation of human ovarian ova
The effects of progesterone and related compounds on ovulation and early development in the rabbit.
CARBONIC ANHYDRASE IN STEROID-RESPONSIVE TISSUES.
Radioactivity in the Milk of Subjects receiving Radioactive 19-Norsteroids
- G. Pincus, G. Bialy, D. S. Layne, M. Paniagua, K. I. Williams
- Biology, Medicine
- 26 November 1966
The experiments described in this report were designed to estimate the amount of a radioactive dose of norethynodrel or ethynodiol diacetate which was excreted in the milk of rabbits and of humans. Expand