Reproductive Hormones Directly Influence Embryo Development

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Novel research by a group of Dutch researchers has reported the first evidence that the equine conceptus (i.e., the embryo and associated membranes) might be directly responsive to the reproductive hormones progesterone and estrogen, which could therefore play a more direct role in embryonic development and pregnancy maintenance than previously imagined.

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