Intrauterine position and postnatal growth in Sprague-Dawley rats and ICR mice.

Abstract

In rodents, steroid hormones are thought to be transported between adjacent fetuses, and male or female fetuses that develop in utero between female fetuses may have higher serum levels of estradiol, and lower serum levels of testosterone, relative to siblings of the same sex that develop between two male fetuses. The consequence in the variation of… (More)

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