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Differential actions of second messenger systems in the corpus luteum



Differential actions of second messenger systems in the corpus luteum



Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement 43: 65-75



A review of work on the mechanisms by which LH and PGF2 alpha affect progesterone synthesis and cell death in luteal cells in cattle and sheep.

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