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Natural menstrual cycle monitoring protocol

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  1. Resource Description
    Circulating levels of estradiol are monitored beginning several days after menses to determine the timing of the midcycle release of luteinizing hormone that results in ovulation. This allows for the precise staging of the corpus luteum through its period of development, peak function, and regression. Publication: Prostaglandin synthesis, metabolism, and signaling potential in the rhesus macaque corpus luteum throughout the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. PMID: 18635657
  2. Uses
    In vivo monkey reproductive system test
  3. Used by
    Jon's Primate Reproductive System Laboratory
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