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Uterine secretory alterations coincident with embryonic mortality in the gilt after exogenous estrogen administration

Uterine secretory alterations coincident with embryonic mortality in the gilt after exogenous estrogen administration

Journal of Animal Science 67(1): 276-284

16 crossbred gilts were assigned randomly to receive an intramuscular injection of sesame oil (control) or 5 mg of oestradiol valerate on days 9 and 10 of pregnancy. Gilts were unilaterally hysterectomised on days 12 and 14 or on days 16 and 18. Flushed conceptuses and endometrial explants were incubated for 24 h with 100 micro Ci eucine. After dialysis, culture media were submitted to 2-dimensional polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis, and incorporated proteins were analysed by fluorography.

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PMID: 2925548

DOI: 10.2527/jas1989.671276x

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