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Nonsteroidal Gonadal Factors: Physiological Roles and Possibilities in Contraceptive Development

1988

Workshop held January 1988
Proceedings edited by Gary D. Hodgen, Zev Rosenwaks, Jeffrey M. Spieler

CONRAD's first international workshop focused on nonsteroidal gonadal peptides, such as inhibin, follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), activin, and other intergonadal regulators that could serve as targets for fertility regulation and be critical for reproductive health. The workshop brought together chemists, molecular and reproductive biologists, and pharmaceutical industry scientists to discuss how the emerging basic discoveries in this field could be applied towards development into contraceptive agents. [Proceedings no longer available from CONRAD]

 
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