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Hormonal responses following treatment with different luteolytic active prostaglandin-analogues for cycle regulation in cattle



Hormonal responses following treatment with different luteolytic active prostaglandin-analogues for cycle regulation in cattle



International symposium Steroids in animal production: 95



This summary of studies using 4 PG analogues was aimed at defining their possible direct effect on the CNS and their luteolytic effect.

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