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Age-Related Dose Response of Selected Reproductive Parameters to Acute Cadmium Chloride Exposure in the Male Long-Evans Rat.
Assessment of the Male Reproductive System in the Preweaning Rat Following Mn3O4 Exposure.
Chlordimeform-Induced Alterations in Endocrine Regulation within the Male Rat Reproductive System.
Data report for acid model operational diagnostic evaluation study : G-1 aircraft results: Spring 1990 Field Study /
Effective summary judgment motions /
Estradiol Alters the Effectiveness of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) in Ovine Pituitary Cultures: GnRH Receptors versus Responsiveness to GnRH.
Homologous Up-Regulation of the Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor in alphaT3-1 Cells Is Associated with Unchanged Receptor Messenger RNA (mRNA) Levels and Altered mRNA Activity.
Hormonal Regulation of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptors and Messenger RNA Activity in Ovine Pituitary Culture.
Inhibin Increases and Progesterone Decreases Receptors for Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone in Ovine Pituitary Culture.
Regulation of LHRH Action and FSH Synthesis by Estradiol, Progesterone, and Inhibin.
Reproductive Effects of Low Acute Doses of Cadmium Chloride in Adult Male Rats.
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