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The identification and measurement of cortisol metabolites in sheep urine


, : The identification and measurement of cortisol metabolites in sheep urine. J. Endocr, Univ, of Glasgow Vet. Hospital, Bearsden, Glasgow., 33: iii-iv

A radioisotope technique is described by which 1 he cortisol secretion rate of ruminants can be determined.

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