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Simulated early pregnancy protocol

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  1. Protocol


  1. Resource Description
    The simulated early pregnancy protocol provides a model system wherein the function of the rhesus macaque corpus luteum is maintained in the absence of implantation through the administration of escalating doses of the pregnancy hormone chorionic gonadotropin. This allows for the study of the cellular events that are involved in determining luteal lifespan and function. Publication: Changes in available gonadotropin receptors in the corpus luteum of the rhesus monkey during simulated early pregnancy. PMID: 6329648
  2. Uses
    In vivo monkey reproductive system test
  3. Used by
    Jon's Primate Reproductive System Laboratory
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