Elevated ambient temperature retards the atrophic response of the neuroendocrine-reproductive axis of male syrian hamsters to either daily afternoon melatonin injections or to short photoperiod exposure

Kang Li, Russel J. Reiter, Mary K. Vaughan, Sol Oaknin, Maureen E. Troiani, Ana I. Esquifmo

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