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Direct pituitary effects of neonatal androgenization on the LHRH response of dispersed pituitary cell cultures



Direct pituitary effects of neonatal androgenization on the LHRH response of dispersed pituitary cell cultures



Developments in endocrinology2(12): 503-505




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