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Male rhesus monkeys secrete adult levels of androgen for 3 months postnatally. The role of this neonatal testicular secretion in sexual development was investigated by suppressing luteinizing hormone (LH) and testosterone (T) in neonatal male rhesus (n = 6) by administering a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (Ag) for the first 4 months of postnatal… (More)
We determine the weakest failure detector to solve nonuniform consensus in any environment, i.e., regardless of the number of faulty processes. Together with previous results, this closes all aspects of the following question: What is the weakest failure detector to solve (uniform or nonuniform) consensus in any environment?
The ability of a Nal-Lys gonadotropin releasing-hormone antagonist (Antide) to suppress pituitary-testicular function and male sexual behavior was studied in seven group-living adult male rhesus monkeys. Each male received a single 15 mg/kg b.wt. subcutaneous injection of Antide dissolved in equal volumes of propylene glycol and sterile water. Prior to… (More)
A cDNA clone for the mRNA of bovine DARPP-32 (dopamine- and adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate-regulated phosphoprotein, Mr = 32,000) was isolated from a modified Okayama-Berg plasmid library. Transformed Escherichia coli colonies were screened by in situ colony hybridization with 2 different oligonucleotide probes corresponding to a region unusually rich in… (More)