A preponderance of basic luteinizing hormone (LH) isoforms accompanies inappropriate hypersecretion of both basal and pulsatile LH in adolescents with polycystic ovarian syndrome

M. G. Ropelato, M. C. Garcia-Rudaz, C. Castro-Fernandez, A. Ulloa-Aguirre, M. E. Escobar, M. Barontini, J. D. Veldhuis

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