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Sex steroids modulate morphological and functional features of the bovine oviduct (2017)

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      GONELLA-DIAZA, Angela Maria; SILVA, Kauê Ribeiro da; BALIEIRO, Júlio Cesar de Carvalho; et al. Sex steroids modulate morphological and functional features of the bovine oviduct. Cell and Tissue Research, New York, Springer, v. 370, n. 2, p. 319-333, 2017. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s00441-017-2666-0.
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      Gonella-Diaza, A. M., Silva, K. R. da, Balieiro, J. C. de C., Santos, N. P. dos, Pugliesi, G., Strefezzi, R. de F., et al. (2017). Sex steroids modulate morphological and functional features of the bovine oviduct. Cell and Tissue Research, 370( 2), 319-333. doi:10.1007/s00441-017-2666-0
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      Gonella-Diaza AM, Silva KR da, Balieiro JC de C, Santos NP dos, Pugliesi G, Strefezzi R de F, Binelli M, Mesquita FS. Sex steroids modulate morphological and functional features of the bovine oviduct [Internet]. Cell and Tissue Research. 2017 ; 370( 2): 319-333.Available from:
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      Gonella-Diaza AM, Silva KR da, Balieiro JC de C, Santos NP dos, Pugliesi G, Strefezzi R de F, Binelli M, Mesquita FS. Sex steroids modulate morphological and functional features of the bovine oviduct [Internet]. Cell and Tissue Research. 2017 ; 370( 2): 319-333.Available from:

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