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Non‐invasive monitoring of ovarian function in several felid species by measurement of fecal estradiol‐17β and progestins
It is suggested that ovarian function can be monitored noninvasively in the family Felidae by the measurement of fecal estradiol- 17P and progestin concentrations.
Synergistic effects of testosterone and oestrogens on accessory sex glands and sexual behaviour of the boar.
The results of these experiments suggest that oestrogens act synergistically with testosterone on the accessory sex glands and on the sexual behaviour of the boar.
A relationship between plasma concentrations of testosterone and corticosteroids during sexual and aggressive behaviour in the boar.
The isolation of estrone sulfate and estradiol-17 beta sulfate from stallion testes.
- J. Raeside
- BiologyCanadian journal of biochemistry
- 1 August 1969
A method is described for the extraction and purification of estrogen sulfates from testicular tissues and estrone 3-sulfate and estradiol-17β 3-Sulfate were isolated from stalli...
Partial characterization of steroid sulfohydrolase and steroid sulfotransferase activities in purified porcine Leydig cells.
Developmental patterns of plasma dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate and testosterone in male pigs.
Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in the placenta of the domestic pig.
A histochemical method was used for the detection and localization of Δ5-3β- and 17β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in the epitheliochorial placenta of the domestic pig, Sus scrofa, and both dehydroepiandrosterone and 3β,17β-dihydroxyandrost-5-ene (androstenediol) were better substrates than pregnenolone, particularly in the earlier stages.
Metabolism of androstenedione by Sertoli cell enriched preparations and purified Leydig cells from boar testes in relation to estrogen formation.
A PROCEDURE FOR THE CHEMICAL DETERMINATION OF ESTRONE AND ESTRADIOL17-BETA IN THE URINE OF NON-PREGNANT SOWS.
- J. Raeside
- BiologyCanadian journal of biochemistry and physiology
- 1 September 1963
A detailed procedure for the estimation of estrone and estradiol-17β in the urine of the non-pregnant sow is described and data concerning its accuracy, precision, sensitivity, and specificity are presented.
Increase in plasma testosterone concentrations after injection of adrenocorticotrophin into the boar.
It was concluded that ACTH may bring about an increase or a decrease in plasma testosterone levels in the boar depending upon the length of time increased levels of ACTH are present in the circulation.