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The disposition and metabolism of the synthetic prostaglandin fluprostenol (ICI 81,008) in the horse.
- D. Chapman, M. Moss, P. W. Tomlinson, M. P. Harrison, P. Simmons
- Medicine, BiologyXenobiotica; the fate of foreign compounds in…
Chromatography indicated that the majority of plasma and saliva radioactivity was [14C]fluprostenol, and the female horses at four days were below the limits of detection, but 0.2--0.9% of the dose was detected at the site of injection.
PP.23.02: COULD THE PHASE OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE AFFECT THE RESULTS OF ADRENAL VENOUS SAMPLING AND SUBTYPING OUTCOME OF PRIMARY ALDOSTERONISM?
The phase of the menstrual cycle during which samples are collected significantly affects the levels of aldosterone and cortisol used to interpret AVS, and a risk of false lateralization appears to be present when AVS is performed during the luteal phase.