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George William Bartelmez grad student 1929 Chicago
 (Some specific vascular changes in the uterus of mammals)


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Boris Krichesky grad student 1939 Stanford
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SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE. (1959) Estrogen facilitation of release of pituitary ovulating hormone in the rabbit in response to vaginal stimulation. Endocrinology. 65: 614-21
SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE, EVERETT JW. (1951) Failure of nerve-blocking agents to prevent the effects of placental gonadotrophins in the rabbit. Endocrinology. 49: 162-7
SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE, EVERETT JW. (1951) Blockade of neurogenic stimulation of the rabbit adenohypophysis by banthine. The American Journal of Physiology. 166: 223-8
SAWYER CH, EVERETT JW, MARKEE JE. (1950) "Spontaneous" ovulation in the rabbit following combined estrogen-progesterone treatment. Proceedings of the Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.). 74: 185-6
SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE, EVERETT JW. (1950) Activation of the adenohypophysis by intravenous injections of epinephrine in the atropinized rabbit. Endocrinology. 46: 536-43
Sawyer CH, Markee JE. (1950) The Differential Mechanisms By Which Picrotoxin And Copper Acetate Induce Ovulation In The Rabbit Endocrinology. 46: 177-190
Sawyer CH, Markee JE, Everett JW. (1950) Further experiments on blocking pituitary activation in the rabbit and the rat Journal of Experimental Zoology. 113: 659-682
EVERETT JW, SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE. (1949) A neurogenic timing factor in control of the ovulatory discharge of luteinizing hormone in the cyclic rat. Endocrinology. 44: 234-50
SAWYER CH, EVERETT JW, MARKEE JE. (1949) A neural factor in the mechanism by which estrogen induces the release of luteinizing hormone in the rat. Endocrinology. 44: 218-33
SAWYER CH, MARKEE JE, TOWNSEND BF. (1949) Cholinergic and adrenergic components in the neurohumoral control of the release of LH in the rabbit. Endocrinology. 44: 18-37
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