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Progesterone estrogen luteinizing hormone fsh and prolactin concentrations in plasma during the estrous cycle in goat


Progesterone estrogen luteinizing hormone fsh and prolactin concentrations in plasma during the estrous cycle in goat



Reproduction Nutrition Developpement 23(2): 217-222



ISSN/ISBN: 0181-1916

Progesterone, estrogen, LH [luteinizing hormone], FSH and PRL [prolactin] variations in plasma were measured in 7 goats by RIA [radioimmunoassay]. Mean progesterone level was 0.0-0.8 ng/ml in estrus and 1-4 ng/ml in diestrus. Estrogen levels ranged from 10 to 20 pg/ml in diestrus; around estrus, a peak of 26.9 .+-. 3.18 pg/ml was observed. LH values were 0.5-3.0 ng/ml with a preovulatory peak (40.7 .+-. 10.12 ng/ml) 8 to 24 h after the onset of estrus. Except for a peak (14.0 .+-. 3.09 ng/ml) coincident with LH surge, plasma FSH level ranged between 2 and 4 ng/ml. PRL level averaged 2-5 ng/ml in diestrus but high concentrations of this hormone were seen around estrus.

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