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In this study the luteotropic activity of mouse placental lactogen I (mPL-I) at midpregnancy was assessed using in vivo and in vitro methodologies. Ovaries from 10-day pregnant mice were enzymatically dispersed and plated on fibronectin-coated wells in serum-free medium. The percentage of ovarian cells that stained for the presence of 3 beta-hydroxysteroid(More)
Pituitary hormones are essential for the maintenance of the corpus luteum in the pregnant mouse during the first half of gestation. Thereafter, hormones from the placenta take over the luteotropic role of the pituitary hormones. Mouse placental lactogen-I (mPL-I) and mPL-II, two PRL-like hormones produced in the placenta, are probably necessary for the(More)
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