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Luteinizing Hormone-like Activity in Human Median Eminence Extracts

Nature volume 204, pages 584585 (07 November 1964) | Download Citation

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RECENTLY, several investigators have succeeded in obtaining evidence of the presence of an LH liberating factor (LRF) in extracts prepared from the median eminence (ME) of different mammals, such as rats1–3, cattle2,4, sheep3,5, rabbits4 and monkeys4.

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  1. Laboratorio de Fisiología, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Católica, Chile.

    • HORACIO CROXATTO
    • , JORGE ARRAU
    •  & HÉCTOR CROXATTO

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