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Walter, Beate (2020): Anti-Mullerian hormone in dogs and cats reproduction. In: Reproduction in Domestic Animals, Vol. 55: pp. 26-31

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The anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is a glycoprotein secreted by Sertoli cells in males and granulosa cells in females. It has first been determined in blood serum of dogs and cats by Place et al. in 2011 with the use of a human-based ELISA test. Meanwhile, different immunoassays have been validated for AMH determination in animals and a variety of studies have demonstrated the clinical significance of AMH. This review summarizes the current knowledge about AMH in dogs and cats and describes future opportunities for its diagnostic use.

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