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Measurement of dimeric inhibin B throughout the human menstrual cycle.
This report describes the development of a specific and sensitive assay for inhibin B and its application to the measurement of inhibin B concentrations in plasma during the human menstrual cycle. AExpand
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Inhibin-B: a likely candidate for the physiologically important form of inhibin in men.
Inhibin is a glycoprotein hormone that is defined on the basis of inhibition of pituitary FSH production, However, previous data have not shown any correlation between RIA measurements of inhibin andExpand
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Serum inhibin B levels reflect Sertoli cell function in normal men and men with testicular dysfunction.
We used a recently developed ELISA format to test the hypothesis that inhibin B is the physiologically active form of inhibin in men. We measured and compared inhibin A, inhibin B, andExpand
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Serum anti-mullerian hormone levels reflect the size of the primordial follicle pool in mice.
Reproductive aging is the decline of female fertility with age. It is caused by the decrease in the number of growing follicles, resulting from primordial follicle pool depletion. Recently, we haveExpand
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Comparative effects of neonatal exposure of male rats to potent and weak (environmental) estrogens on spermatogenesis at puberty and the relationship to adult testis size and fertility: evidence for
This study investigated whether neonatal exposure of male rats to estrogenic compounds altered pubertal spermatogenesis (days 18 and 25) and whether the changes observed resulted in long-term changesExpand
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Steroid receptor expression in uterine natural killer cells.
The endometrium contains a unique subset of uterine-specific natural killer (uNK) cells, the proposed functions of which include a role in decidualization, menstruation, and implantation. These cellsExpand
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Development and application of a two-site enzyme immunoassay for the determination of 'total' activin-A concentrations in serum and follicular fluid.
The performance of existing immunoassays and bioassays for activins is compromised by the presence of activin-binding proteins such as follistatin and alpha 2 macroglobulin (alpha 2M) in biologicalExpand
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Serum inhibin B in healthy pubertal and adolescent boys: relation to age, stage of puberty, and follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, testosterone, and estradiol levels.
Inhibin B levels were measured in serum from 400 healthy Danish prepubertal, pubertal, and adolescent males, aged 6-20 yr, in a cross-sectional study using a recently developed immunoassay that isExpand
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The effects of chemotherapy and long-term gonadotrophin suppression on the ovarian reserve in premenopausal women with breast cancer.
BACKGROUND Reproductive function following cancer treatment is of increasing importance with improving survival rates. We therefore assessed the markers of the ovarian reserve in premenopausal women,Expand
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Inhibin B as a serum marker of spermatogenesis: correlation to differences in sperm concentration and follicle-stimulating hormone levels. A study of 349 Danish men.
Recent studies have focused on reproductive health of men in the general population. However, semen samples are difficult to obtain within sampling frames that allow comparisons. Blood samples areExpand
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