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In litter-bearing mammals, the course of development of male and female fetuses is affected by the presence of other fetuses of the same or opposite sex located nearby within the uterus. The transport of testosterone between rat fetuses was examined by implanting a Silastic capsule containing [3H]testosterone into the amniotic sac of a fetus at either the ovarian or cervical end of a uterine horn on days 19 and 20 of pregnancy. The amount of testosterone that was recovered from the amnioticdoi:10.1530/jrf.0.0960709 pmid:1339850 fatcat:osgwrsn5kfbfpl6jmywonk4bka