The effects of ovariectomy, estrogen replacement, and neuraminidase treatment on the properties of the adenohypophysial glycoprotein hormones of the Rhesus monkey.


A comparison of pituitary extracts from intact and ovariectomized monkeys revealed that, like FSH, LH from ovariectomized animals is larger in average apparent molecular size and disappears from the circulation of test rats less rapidly than does LH from intact females. In contrast, ovariectomy had no effect on the apparent molecular size of TSH nor on its… (More)


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