Corpus ID: 39530405

Endocrine and paracrine-autocrine regulation of the human corpus luteum during the mid-luteal phase.

@article{Devoto2000EndocrineAP,
  title={Endocrine and paracrine-autocrine regulation of the human corpus luteum during the mid-luteal phase.},
  author={L. Devoto and M. Vega and P. Kohen and A. Castro and O. Castro and L. Christenson and P. Carvallo and J. Strauss},
  journal={Journal of reproduction and fertility. Supplement},
  year={2000},
  volume={55},
  pages={
          13-20
        }
}
Human corpora lutea undergo an extremely rapid period of growth, development and regression during the course of non-fertile cycles. The tissue consists of steroidogenic (parenchymal) and non-steroidogenic (stromal) cells. In women and other primates, steroid hormone production by corpora lutea depends on the presence of pituitary-derived LH. Nevertheless, there is also intra-luteal regulation of steroid synthesis. Steroidogenic luteal cells and non-steroidogenic cells interact via endocrine… Expand
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