Stimulating effect of a combination of lactin and hyphotocin on galactopoiesis in rats

In the modern view a primary role in the regulation of the physiology of lactation is played by neurohormonal factors [i, 2, 4, 5]. Prolactin, a hormone of the adenohypophysis, is known to have a specific lactogenic action, directed toward the secretory activity of the mammary gland [9, ii]. However, for the lactogenic effect of prolactin to be fully… CONTINUE READING