Bruce D. Goldman, Ph.D.
|University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States|
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|Goldman BD, Grazia YR, Kamberi IA, et al. (1971) Serum gonadotropin concentrations in intact and castrated neonatal rats. Endocrinology. 88: 771-6|
|Goldman BD, Mahesh VB, Porter JC. (1971) The role of the ovary in control of cyclic LH release in the hamster, Mesocricetus auratus. Biology of Reproduction. 4: 57-65|
|Goldman BD, Mahesh VB. (1970) Induction of infertility in male rats by treatment with gonadotropin antiserum during neonatal life. Biology of Reproduction. 2: 444-51|
|Goldman BD, Porter JC. (1970) Serum LH levels in intact and castrated golden hamsters. Endocrinology. 87: 676-9|
|Porter JC, Kamberi IA, Goldman BD, et al. (1970) The rÃ´le of substances in the affluent blood supply to the adenohypophysis and in the third ventricular fluid and the release of the luteinizing hormone. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement. 10: 39-49|
|Goldman BD, Mahesh VB. (1969) A possible role of acute FSH-release in ovulation in the hamster, as demonstrated by utilization of antibodies to LH and FSH. Endocrinology. 84: 236-43|
|Goldman BD, Kamberi IA, Siiteri PK, et al. (1969) Temporal relationship of progestin secretion, LH release and ovulation in rats. Endocrinology. 85: 1137-43|
|Goldman BD, Mahesh VB. (1968) Fluctuations in pituitary FSH during the ovulatory cycle in the rat and a possible role of FSH in the induction of ovulation. Endocrinology. 83: 97-106|