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[Experimental endocrinological studies in gilts near the time of ovulation using Gn-RH vet. "Berlin Chemistry"].

@article{George1989ExperimentalES,
  title={[Experimental endocrinological studies in gilts near the time of ovulation using Gn-RH vet. "Berlin Chemistry"].},
  author={G. George and K. Br{\"u}ssow and J. Bergfeld and E. Kanitz and G. Bl{\"o}dow},
  journal={Archiv fur experimentelle Veterinarmedizin},
  year={1989},
  volume={43 1},
  pages={
          23-37
        }
}
Knowledge of endocrine processes in pro-oestrus and oestrus in conjunction with physiological alterations is of greatest importance to biotechnological control of follicular maturation and ovulation. Methods of hormonal analysis and ovarian diagnosis were used to check on the effectiveness of Gn-RH vet. "Berlin-Chemie" for induction of the luteinising hormone (LH) peak and ovulation. Release in gilts of LH was found to depend on dosage, after 100, 300, and 900 micrograms Gn-RH had been… Expand
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