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White RF. Hertig AT. Rock J. and Adams E. Histological and histochemical observations on the corpus luteum of human pregnancy with special reference to corpora lutea associated with early normal and abnormal ova. (1951) Contributions To Embryology, No. 224 57-71.

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This 1951 paper is a historic histological study of the development of the corpus luteum.


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