Differences in the rat uterine weight-stimulating capacity of rat luteinizing hormone and other LH's: the non-physiologic nature of bovine and ovine LH in the rat.

@article{Parlow1972DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in the rat uterine weight-stimulating capacity of rat luteinizing hormone and other LH's: the non-physiologic nature of bovine and ovine LH in the rat.},
  author={Albert F. Parlow and Ramesh C. Bhalla and Nada D. Kovacic},
  journal={Endocrinology},
  year={1972},
  volume={91 3},
  pages={
          711-5
        }
}
Previous observations on an apparent causal relationship between species differences in the circulatory half—time of LH' in the rat and differences in certain aspects of the biological activity of these LH' have been extended, in this study, to the intact, immature female rat uterine weight assay. LH preparations (specifically, hCG, and human (hLH), simian (rhLH), rat (rLH), bovine (bLH), and ovine (oLH) LH'), largely devoid of FSH activity, were standardized in terms of one reference… CONTINUE READING
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