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Identification of the second gonadotropin-releasing hormone in chicken hypothalamus: evidence that gonadotropin secretion is probably controlled by two distinct gonadotropin-releasing hormones in
The results indicate that gonadotropin secretion is probably controlled by two distinct GnRHs, at least in avian species.
Meta‐analysis: the risk of venous thromboembolism in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which includes Crohn's disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), is a systemic disorder that predominantly affects the bowels but is also associated with venous
Cloning and sequencing of human LH/hCG receptor cDNA.
High concentrations of plasma immunoreactive inhibin during normal pregnancy in women.
Observations suggest that both the corpus luteum and placenta are likely sources of inhibin, and that the inhibin concentrations decreased to undetectable levels after delivery.
Ovarian follicular dynamics and concentrations of oestradiol-17 beta, progesterone, luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone during the periovulatory phase of the oestrous cycle in the
Results suggest that, in the cow, ovulatory dominant follicles suppress FSH secretion by increasing the concentration of oestradiol-17 beta (and probably also inhibin) during the follicular phase.
Isolation of porcine follicular fluid inhibin of 32K daltons.
Inhibin alpha-subunit monomer is present in bovine follicular fluid.
Purification and characterization of high molecular weight forms of inhibin from bovine follicular fluid.
It is proposed that in bovine follicular fluid, the larger 105-kDa form of inhibin is processed successively to form the lowest molecular mass form, 32 kDa inhibin, through the smaller 95- and 55-k Da forms.