Porphyrin Metabolism in the Harderian Glands of Syrian Hamsters: In Vivo Regulation by Testicular Hormones, Lighting Conditions, Pineal Gland, and Pituitary Hormones

Carmen Rodriguez, Armando Menendez-Pelaez, Russel J. Reiter, Gerald R. Buzzell, Mary K. Vaughan

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