Miriam E. Simpson

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The multiplicity and diversity of neoplasms in normal adult female rats injected for long periods with pituitary growth hormone have been pre viously reported (2-5). This paper is concerned with the absence of such tumors in hypophysec tomized rats similarly treated with growth hormone. A group of adult female rats of the Long-Evans strain, 148-237 days of(More)
This paper deals with the neoplastic and hyper-plastic changes in the ovaries, uteri, and mammary glands of rats treated with growth hormone. Ab normalities of these organs occurred in 12 of 15 female rats following the administration of pitui tary growth hormone for long periods. The neo plasms occurring in the lungs, lymphatic tissues, and adrenal glands(More)