Effects of an antiserum to rat growth hormone and bromocriptine on cholesterol-metabolizing enzymes in the lactating rat mammary gland.


Rats in mid-lactation were treated, for 2 days, with anti-rat GH serum (anti-rGH) and/or bromocriptine before microsomes were prepared from the freeze-clamped mammary glands. The effects of these anti-hormone treatments on the concentrations of microsomal cholesterol and cholesterol esters and on the activities of acyl-CoA:cholesterol acyltransferase (ACAT… (More)


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