T Swangchan-uthai

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The prevention of breeding in animals using GnRH analogues has been the object of research over many years. Recently, a new drug delivery formulation was developed which enabled the development of products that could be commercialised for veterinary use. The formulation has now been approved in certain countries for use in male dogs, and applications are(More)
This study was conducted to investigate the effect of GnRH-agonist implantation in prepubertal tomcats on sexual behavior, reproductive performance, and expression of testicular LH receptor (LHR) and FSH receptor (FSHR) and also to compare the testicular characteristics, LHR and FSHR expression between prepubertal and adult tomcats. In experiment 1,(More)
Effect of a GnRH-agonist (deslorelin) was studied on reproductive function and ovarian luteinizing hormone receptor (LHR) and follicle stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR) expression in prepubertal female cats that were either implanted with 4.7-mg deslorelin (implanted: n = 6) or not (controls: n = 18) or ovariohysterectomized at prepubertal age(More)
This study aimed to evaluate and compare the ovarian and uterine characteristics along with the ovarian mRNA and protein expression of LHR and FSHR between the pre-pubertal and adult female cats. The uterine horns and ovaries were collected from pre-pubertal and adult female cats at their follicular, luteal and interoestrous stages of the oestrous cycle (n(More)
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