BINDING OF RADIOIODINATED HUMAN PLACENTAL LACTOGEN TO BUFFALO CORPUS LUTEUM IN VITRO

S. B. MOODBIDRI, A. R. SHETH, S. S. RAO
1973 Reproduction  
Binding of human placental [125I]lactogen to homogenates of the buffalo CL was studied. Differential centrifugation studies revealed the existence of hormone-binding components in fractions of the CL homogenate sedimenting at 800 g, 10,000 g and 100,000 g. The binding was affected by incubation time and hormone concentration. The hormone-binding components were heat-labile and susceptible to proteolytic enzymes.
doi:10.1530/jrf.0.0350453 pmid:4357292 fatcat:w6kakltuvbdydgmbwf3ecoupem