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The effects of transplants of anterior lobes of hypophysis on the growth of the mammary gland and on the development of mammary gland carcinoma in various strains of mice



The effects of transplants of anterior lobes of hypophysis on the growth of the mammary gland and on the development of mammary gland carcinoma in various strains of mice



Amer. J. Cancer. 36: 56-82



TRANSPLANTS of anterior pituitary usually remained alive for 8-10 mths. at least. A marked development and secretory activity of the mammae resulted in mice. No such effect occurred in mice or ovariectomised.

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