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Histochemical correlates of six enzymes with stages of viable and atretic ovarian follicles of the cow



Histochemical correlates of six enzymes with stages of viable and atretic ovarian follicles of the cow



9th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, 16th-20th June 1980 III Symposia free communications: 201



11 virgin heifers were killed on various days throughout the oestrous cycle. The distributions and activities of 6 follicle enzymes appeared to be more closely related to the stage in the life cycle of the follicle than to the stage of the oestrous cycle. Extremely high levels of TPN (triphosphopyridine nucleotide)-dependent glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase were found in the granulosa cells, but not the theca, of follicles >3 mm in diameter.

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