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Ovarian function in adult rats treated with antithymocyte serum

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Intraperitoneal treatment of adult rats with antithymocyte serum for 2 weeks altered the ovarian function. During the treatment, anovulation with the persistence of corpora lutea and a tendency toward a permanent diestrous state was observed.

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Bukovský, A., Presl, J., Krabec, Z. et al. Ovarian function in adult rats treated with antithymocyte serum. Experientia 33, 280–281 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02124112

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