Paper - Mechanism of ovulation in the rabbit 2

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Friedman MH. Mechanism of ovulation in the rabbit: II. Ovulation produced by the injection of urine from pregnant women. (1929) Am J Physiol. 90:617-622. PDF

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This historic 1929 paper describes one of the earliest techniques in a human pregnancy test.



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Mechanism of Ovulation in the Rabbit: II. Ovulation Produced by the Injection of Urine from Pregnant Women

Friedman M.H.

(1929)


pregnancy test | estrous cycle | rabbit


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