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Pulsatile gonadotropin hormone releasing hormone treatment for induction of ovulation radioimmunoassay of plasma gonadotropin releasing hormone administered intravenously and subcutaneously



Pulsatile gonadotropin hormone releasing hormone treatment for induction of ovulation radioimmunoassay of plasma gonadotropin releasing hormone administered intravenously and subcutaneously



Journal of Steroid Biochemistry 20(6 PART B): 1403




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