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Effects of foeto-placental factors on the mammary tissue of the rat - mammary nucleic acid content changes as the lactogenic index



Effects of foeto-placental factors on the mammary tissue of the rat - mammary nucleic acid content changes as the lactogenic index



Anales de la Facultad de Veterinaria de Leon 32: 273-281



Foetuses were surgically removed from primiparous (test) rats on day 17 of gestation. Control rats underwent a sham-operation. There were no significant differences on day 23 in the nucleic acid content of mammary glands of test and control rats. Results indicated that the foetal adrenals are not important for lactogenesis. Placental weights for test and control rats were not significantly different.

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