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Plasma prolactin concentrations in the foetal sheep: normal concentrations before delivery and the effect of cortisol induced delivery



Plasma prolactin concentrations in the foetal sheep: normal concentrations before delivery and the effect of cortisol induced delivery



Journal of endocrinology: 72 (1) 36P-37P




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