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Age-Related Changes in the Regional Distribution of Hormones in the Male Rat Anterior Pituitary (Journal Version).
Effect of Inhaled Methanol on Pituitary and Testicular Hormones in Chamber Acclimated and Non-Acclimated Rats.
Effect of Lindane on Hormonal Control of Reproductive Function in the Female Rat.
Effects of Metal Cations on Pituitary Hormone Secretion In vitro (Journal Version).
Influence of Chlordimeform on Alpha-Adrenergic Receptor-Associated Mechanisms of Hormonal Regulation in the Rat: Pituitary and Adrenocortical Secretion.
Metabolic interactions of hormonal steroids and chlorinated hydrocarbons : effects of neonatal treatment with o, p'-DDT on the development of the steroidogenic endocrine system of the male rat /
Neuroendocrine Mechanisms Controlling the Onset of Female Puberty.
Neurohypophysial hormones and similar polypeptides.
Pituitary Function Following Treatment with Reproductive Toxins.
Protein hormones of the pituitary body
Regional Patterning of Hormones in the Female Rat Anterior Pituitary: Disproportionate Changes Over the Estrous Cycle.
Use of Perifusion to Evaluate Hormonal Release In vitro from Rat Pituitary and Hypothalamic Tissue.
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