Luteinizing hormone secretion from anterior pituitary cells of the cockerel: evidence for an ultradian rhythm.


Studies were conducted to characterize the secretory pattern of luteinizing hormone (LH) from perfused anterior pituitary cells of the cockerel in the presence and absence of secretagogues. Basal LH secretion was found to occur in a rhythmic pattern, with the mean cycle period for 5 different perfusion columns estimated to be 66.4 +/- 4.0 min. By contrast… (More)


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