Scientific and regulatory policy committee (SRPC) paper: assessment of circulating hormones in nonclinical toxicity studies III. female reproductive hormones.

@article{Andersson2013ScientificAR,
  title={Scientific and regulatory policy committee (SRPC) paper: assessment of circulating hormones in nonclinical toxicity studies III. female reproductive hormones.},
  author={H{\aa}kan Andersson and Sabine Rehm and Dinesh Stanislaus and Charles E. Wood},
  journal={Toxicologic pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={921-34}
}
Hormonally mediated effects on the female reproductive system may manifest as pathologic changes of endocrine-responsive organs and altered reproductive function. Identification of these effects requires proper assessment, which may include investigative studies to profile female reproductive hormones. Here, we briefly describe normal hormonal patterns across the estrous or menstrual cycle and provide general guidance on measuring female reproductive hormones and characterizing hormonal… CONTINUE READING