John B. Castelino

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The biological and binding activities of pregnant mare serum gonadotrophin (PMSG) were compared with those of highly purified FSH and LH from the pituitary gland of the same species. Pregnant mare serum gonadotrophin showed activity in bioassays considered to be specific for both FSH (e.g. the Steelman-Pohley ovarian augmentation test and cyclic AMP(More)
Parasitic infections are one of the world's major causes of human illness and suffering. Manifestations of disease range from the fevers of malaria to physical deformities, such as "river blindness" and elephantiasis, resulting from infections by certain filarial worms. Parasitic diseases lower the productivity of the human work force, and some of the(More)