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Effects of insulin, cortisol and prolactin on lipid, protein and casein syntheses in goat mammary tissue in organ culture.
The actions of insulin, prolactin and cortisol on protein, lipid and casein syntheses were examined in goat mammary explants in culture. The synthesis of the three products was stimulated by insulinExpand
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Hormonal control of casein synthesis in mammary explants from pregnant goats.
The effects of insulin, cortisol, prolactin, 3,3',5-triiodo-L-thyronine (L-T3) and progesterone on the synthesis of total protein and casein in mammary explants from pregnant goats were studied. InExpand
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Effect of bovine growth hormone on development of goat mammary tissue in organ culture.
The effect of bovine growth hormone (bGH) on DNA, protein and casein synthesis in goat mammary explants was studied. Growth hormone was unable to stimulate DNA synthesis or potentiateExpand
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Induction of lipid synthesis in mammary organ cultures from mature virgin and pregnant goats.
The hormones needed to induce lipogenesis in mammary organ cultures from mature virgin and pregnant goats were studied. In tissues from both mature virgin goats and goats at week 10 of pregnancy,Expand
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Changes in insulin and prolactin responsiveness of goat mammary tissue during ontogenesis and pregnancy.
Mammary tissue of goats in different stages of ontogenesis and pregnancy were organ cultured and their insulin and prolactin responsiveness was studied. Based on the synthesis of DNA in the presenceExpand
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Effect of progesterone, triiodothyronine and metabolic inhibitors on prolactin stimulated lipid synthesis in goat mammary explants.
The effect of progesterone, 3,3',5-triiodo-L-thyronine (L-T3) and of inhibitors of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis on prolactin stimulated total lipid synthesis in goat mammary explants were studied.Expand
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Response of mammary tissue from pregnant goats to prolactin and growth hormone in organ culture.
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Effect of estradiol and progesterone on udder growth in goats in vivo and lipid synthesis in goat mammary tissue in vitro.
The effect of estradiol-17beta (E) and progesterone (P) and E, P and deprenon (D; an inhibitor of prolactin secretion) treatment on udder growth, colostrum-like formation and on the induction ofExpand
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Changes in the concentration of adenohypophyseal prolactin and morphological manifestations in the adenohypophysis of lactating rats after administration of D-6-methyl-8-[β-isopropylaminoethyl]
The four days administration of D-6-methyl-8-[β-isopropylaminoethyl]ergoline-I (VÚFB-10726) to nursing rats decreases adenohypophyseal prolactin as determined with disc electrophoresis, and producesExpand
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