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Histochemical studies on hormonal regulation of lectin receptors in mammary gland tissue of rats



Histochemical studies on hormonal regulation of lectin receptors in mammary gland tissue of rats



Archives of Gynecology 232(1/4): 301



Ovariectomy of mature rats decreased binding of rhodamine-labelled peanut agglutinin (PNA) to beta -D-galactosyl-1-3-N-acetylgalactosamine in formalin-fixed mammary tissue. Treatment of ovariectomized rats with 17 beta -oestradiol (OE) stimulated proliferation of mammary parenchyma and synthesis of the PNA receptor in the apical regions of the epithelial cells and in mammary secretion.

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