Melengestrol acetate at greater doses than typically used for estrous synchrony in bovine females does not mimic endogenous progesterone in regulation of secretion of luteinizing hormone and 17β-estradiol

F. N. Kojima, J. R. Chenault, M. E. Wehrman, E. G. Bergfeld, A. S. Cupp, L. A. Werth, V. Mariscal, T. Sanchez, R. J. Kittok, J. E. Kinder

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