• Corpus ID: 43222428

Histochemical and biochemical studies on esterase activity in the rat ovary.

@article{Guraya1991HistochemicalAB,
  title={Histochemical and biochemical studies on esterase activity in the rat ovary.},
  author={S. S. Guraya and P. Kaur and R. Sharma},
  journal={European journal of morphology},
  year={1991},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={
          161-72
        }
}
A correlative histochemical and biochemical study has been made of the changes in esterase positive sites in immature (10-, 20- and 30-days old), mature normal cycling (3-, 5- and 8-months-old), pregnant and lactating rat ovaries. The typical perivascular esterase-positive sites localized in the hilar portion, branch along the blood vessels and traverse into medullary and cortical portions of the ovary. The stromal vascularity surrounding the normal developing follicles, corpora lutea, atretic… 
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