Cellular interactions in the corpus luteum.

Abstract

The corpus luteum (CL) is an organ that exhibits extremely rapid growth, development, and regression during the course of each nonpregnant cycle. The CL consists of steroidogenic (parenchymal) and nonsteroidogenic (nonparenchymal) cells. The small and large parenchymal cells differ in numerous morphological and functional characteristics, and are thought to… (More)

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