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Radio-immunological methods were found suitable for the detection of ICSH and prolactin in male animals. In young bulls levels of 1 ng/ml ICSH and 10-200 ng/ml prolactin were recorded in plasma Levels of these hormones in steers were higher than in bulls. The physiological significance of prolactin ...

Karg, H.; Schams, D.
Inst. Physiol., 8050 Freising-Weihen-Stephan, W. Germany,
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1969, 82, pp 471-473

The techniques of radio-immunological assay described by Kwa & Verhofstad (1967) for the rat and by Bryant & Greenwood (1968) for ruminants are based on the binding of serum prolactin by anti-serum against prolactin, labelled with radio-iodine. In this preliminary report the results of...

Schams, D.; Karg, H.
Milchwissenschaft, 1969, 24, pp 263-265