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Ability of human corpus luteum to produce prostaglandins and their effects on progesterone production of human corpus luteum



Ability of human corpus luteum to produce prostaglandins and their effects on progesterone production of human corpus luteum



Nihon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshi 39(7): 1149-1150




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