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The lactogenic hormone prolactin (PRL) directly regulates osteoblast functions in vitro and modulates bone remodeling in nulliparous rats, but its osteoregulatory roles in pregnant and lactating rats(More)
Phytoestrogens have attracted attention for their potential in the prevention of postmenopausal osteoporosis. Recently, phytoestrogen-rich herb Pueraria mirifica has been demonstrated to possess an(More)
Hyperprolactinemia caused by physiological or pathological conditions, such as those occurring during lactation and prolactinoma, respectively, results in progressive osteopenia. The underlying(More)