10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OESTRIN»
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Biological Actions of Sex Hormones
Parkes & Bellerby (1927) noticed that, with mice, injections of oestrin early in
gestation always terminated pregnancy. In the later stages, too, death of the
foetuses occurred if large enough doses were given. More than twice as much
Then Aschner found that oestrus could be produced in ovari- otomised animals
by injection of placenta extract, which proved the identity of the oestrin of the
ovaries and the placenta. Frank, again, found that placental oestrin would
Biology of the laboratory mouse
Comparison of the normal oestrous cycle and of the response to the
administration of oestrin in two strains of mice. J. Path. and Bact. 41: 33. BONSER
, G. M. 1935. The effect of oestrone administration on the mammary gland of male
mice of ...
Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory
Practical Handbook of Gynaecology
F. Ovaries Two distinct hormones are secreted by the ovaries : One is derived
from the Graffian follicle, that is Oestrin snd the other from (he Aorpus Luteum,
that is Progesterone. Oestrin causes enlargement and increased vacularity of the
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Bülbring and Burn (1935) Bülbring and Burn (1935) reported on a comparison of
bioassays for the estimation of oestrin and a male hormone present in oily
solutions. This paper included details of a novel method of assessing the relative
The Pituitary Gland: Anterior pituitary
These findings did not contradict those showing that oestrin administered locally
to the mammary gland is directly mammogenic (MacBryde, 1939; Lyons and
Sako, 1940; Speert, 1940), but rather they indicated that oestrin acts with ...
Geoffrey Wingfield Harris, Bernard T. Donovan, 1966
The Integration of the Endocrine System
This may provide a diagnostic test of real value, and seems to make still more
probable the association of teratomata with oestrin gone astray, as it were.
Incidentally I may suggest that the discovery of the importance of oestrin for the ...
Walter Langdon-Brown, 2014
Black's Veterinary Dictionary
Horse-Sickness, African 339 Natural oestrogens are hormones obtained from the
follicles of the ovary and include oestrin and its chemical variants oestrone,
oestriol, oestradiol, etc. At puberty oestrin brings about development of the teats,
Internationaal Congres Voor Verloskunde en Gynaecologie:
The early symptoms of the oestrin effect can be seen even sooner than that. For
exemple the weight of the uteri of infantile mices increases 20 — 40% in 10 — 12
hours after the beginning of the injections. I use this phenomena as an ...
Psychoanalytic Studies of the Personality
Doubts were subsequently thrown upon this opinion, however, when a specimen
of the patient's urine was examined for oestrin and gonadotropic content by a
professional geneticist, who reported as follows: With reference to the urine