Paper - The hormone of the corpus luteum

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Corner GW. The hormone of the corpus luteum. (1937) Trans Edinb Obstet Soc. 57: 61-80. PMID 29612342

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This historic 1937 paper by George Corner is an early historic description of the hormone released from the corpus luteum.




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The Hormone of the Corpus Luteum