Estradiol-induced incorporation of radioactive uridine and leucine into the uterus of rat was inhibited by simultaneous treatment with an analogue of gonadotropin releasing hormone. The inhibitory action of gonadotropin releasing hormone was not mediated through modulation of estradiol receptor content. However, estradiol-induced increase in the level of poly(A) polymerase was inhibited by gonadotropin releasing hormone analogue, indicating that the inhibitory effect might involve post-transcriptional phenomenon.
Volume 44 | Issue 5
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