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Trace elements in prostatic tissue and plasma in prostatic diseases of man.
- V. Kamboj
India despite its rich traditional knowledge, heritage of herbal medicines and large biodiversity has a dismal share of the world market due to export of crude extracts and drugs.
ANTITESTICULAR EFFECT OF METALLIC AND RARE EARTH SALTS.
The effect on the testis of some forty-two water-soluble salts of metals and rare earths was investigated in rats and mice, finding varying degrees of degeneration of the seminiferous epithelium and the interstitium.
Biological profile of Centchroman--a new post-coital contraceptive.
Correlation of pinopod development on uterine luminal epithelial surface with hormonal events and endometrial sensitivity in rat.
- M. M. Singh, S. C. Chauhan, R. N. Trivedi, S. C. Maitra, V. Kamboj
- BiologyEuropean journal of endocrinology
- 1 July 1996
It is confirmed that pinopod development on uterine luminal epithelium was dependent on progesterone alone and demonstrated that preovulatory (priming) or nidatory (endometrial sensitizing) estrogen or viable blastocysts in utero have no role in their development.
Antifertility and hormonal properties of certain carotane sesquiterpenes of Ferula jaeschkeana.
Diagnostic and prognostic significance of serum and tissue trace elements in breast malignancy.
- K. Sharma, D. Mittal, R. Kesarwani, V. Kamboj, Chowdhery
- MedicineIndian journal of medical sciences
- 1 October 1994
An association between serum and tissue level of trace element, stage, histological differentiation was observed and it was postulated that levels of trace elements may help in diagnosis and prognosis of disease.
Effect of an intrauterine contraceptive device on biochemical composition of uterine fluid.
Spermicidal potential of saponins isolated from Indian medicinal plants.