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luteotropic

 [loo″te-o-trop´ik]
stimulating formation of the corpus luteum.

lu·te·o·tro·pic

, luteotrophic (lū'tē-ō-tro'pik, -trof'ik),
Having a stimulating action on the development and function of the corpus luteum.

luteotropic

/lu·teo·tro·pic/ (-tro´pik) stimulating formation of the corpus luteum.

lu·te·o·tro·pic

, luteotrophic (lū'tē-ō-trō'pik, -trō'fik)
Having a stimulating action on the development and function of the corpus luteum.

luteotropic

stimulating formation of the corpus luteum.

luteotropic hormone (LTH)
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In rodents and rabbits, estradiol appears to be the major luteotrophic hormone.
The combination of these effects on luteal vasculature causes a marked reduction in blood flow to the gland and deprives it of vital nutrients (energy substrates and oxygen), substrates for progesterone synthesis (LDL), and luteotrophic support (LH).
CSH1 are not luteotrophic or antiluteolytic when introduced into the uterine lumen or into the maternal circulation in ewes (Spencer et al.
Luteotrophic action of prolactin in dogs and the effects of a dopamine agonist, cabergoline.