Epidermal Growth Factor and Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Stimulate Proliferation of Enriched Population of Gonadotropes* *This work was supported by National Science Foundation. This work was supported by NSF IBN 9724066 and NIH R01 33915.
Gwen V. Childs
Geda C Unabia
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