Role of the nongravid part of the uterus in the regulation of corpus luteum function in pregnant rats.

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The effect of the nongravid part of the uterus on corpus luteum (CL) activity was studied in rats bearing a single conceptus during midpregnancy. On day 7 (day 1 = insemination), the number of conceptuses was reduced to one by aspirating all but one conceptus (the aspiration group), by removing all of of the uterus except that containing a single conceptus… (More)

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