09/01/1976 - "RMI 12,936 caused luteal hypertrophy in pregnant, but not pregnant hysterectomized, rats. "
09/01/1976 - "Similar hypertrophy followed administration to pseudopregnant, immature gonadotrophin-treated, and immature hysterectomized and gonadotrophin-treated rats, but the ovarian sensitivity to gonadotrophins was reduced or unchanged, suggesting that the ovarian hypertrophy is due to a direct ovarian action of RMI 12,936. "
06/01/1975 - "On Day 8 of pregnancy, RMI 12,936 resulted in significant ovarian hypertrophy, apparent within 48 hr, possibly due to a luteotrophic stimulus of placental origin. "
|2.||Wounds and Injuries (Trauma)
04/01/1992 - "Subcutaneous administration of RMI 12,936 at a dose level of 2 mg/rat on day 5 of unilaterally pregnant rat having trauma-induced decidual cell reaction (DCR) in the contralateral uterine horn, suppresses DCR, induces resorption of implanted embryos and leads to decrease in the plasma level of progesterone. "