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Progesterone stimulates DNA synthesis and lobulo-alveolar development in mammary glands in ovariectomized mice.
The effect of elevated serum progesterone during ovulation induction in in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer.
Transcriptional and spatiotemporal regulation of prolactin receptor mRNA and cooperativity with progesterone receptor function during ductal branch growth in the mammary gland.
A randomized study comparing Crinone 8% and intramuscular progesterone supplementation in in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer cycles.
Gene expression of gonadotropin-releasing hormone in early pregnant rat and steroid hormone exposed mouse uteri.
Intramuscular progesterone versus 8% Crinone vaginal gel for luteal phase support for day 3 cryopreserved embryo transfer.
Ovarian reserve status in young women is associated with altered gene expression in membrana granulosa cells.
Progesterone vaginal ring versus vaginal gel for luteal support with in vitro fertilization: a randomized comparative study.
Serum progesterone concentration on day of embryo transfer in donor oocyte cycles.
Progesterone enhances branching morphogenesis in the mouse mammary gland by increased expression of Msx2.
Progesterone induces side-branching of the ductal epithelium in the mammary glands of peripubertal mice.
Patient experience in a randomized trial of a weekly progesterone vaginal ring versus a daily progesterone gel for luteal support after in vitro fertilization.