Fetal brain growth: selective action by growth hormone
Growth hormone was administered to pregnant rats maintained under dietary control, and fetal and placental growth and nutrition were examined. Growth hormone had a selective action on brain growth that could not be attributed to nutrient mobilization but suggested a trophic factor which is unique to the brain.
|Authors||Sara, V. R.;Lazarus, L.;Stuart, M. C.;King, T. :|
|Published Date||1974-01-01 00:00:00|