PMID: 9724901Sep 2, 1998Paper

Fertility regulation in cattle

Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society
Michael J RathboneC R Bunt


This paper reviews the physiological, endocrinological and pharmaceutical literature pertaining to the design, development and optimisation of subcutaneous and intravaginal progestogen-containing drug delivery systems used in the control of synchrony and ovulation in cattle.


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