Developmental pattern and sensitivity to down-regulation of testicular LH receptors in the pig.

Abstract

Testicular receptors for luteinizing hormone (LH) were quantified in 40 pigs between the day of birth and 22 weeks of age. The highest specific binding capacity (fmol hLH bound/mg protein) occurred at about 2--3 weeks of age which coincides with the age when the relative volume of Leydig cells is at a maximum. Significantly lower binding capacity was… (More)

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