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HORMONAL REGULATION OF LOBULO-ALVEOLAR GROWTH, FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENTIATION AND REGRESSION OF WHOLE MOUSE MAMMARY GLAND IN ORGAN CULTURE
Journal of Endocrinology
SUMMARY The entire second thoracic mammary glands of 4-week-old BALB/c female mice primed with oestradiol plus progesterone were cultivated in organ culture medium containing the 'growth-promoting' hormone combinations: insulin, prolactin, growth hormone, oestradiol, progesterone and aldosterone or insulin, prolactin and aldosterone. Full lobulo-alveolar development was induced after 5–6 days of incubation and could be maintained for 15–16 days in organ culture in medium containing eitherdoi:10.1677/joe.0.0650001 pmid:1141803 fatcat:dkw4rpy2tneotbl44szuo2qi4u