mullerian regression factor

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mül·le·ri·an re·gres·sion fac·tor

, mullerian duct inhibitory factor
a nonsteroidal substance of fetal testicular origin that acts unilaterally to inhibit development of the paramesonephric ducts and acts with testosterone to promote development of the ductus deferens and related structures.
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