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  Publication Details (including relevant citation   information): Bibliography Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P.   Misra. 1994. Determination of oxytocin in biological samples by   isocratic high-performance liquid chromatography with coulometric   detection using C18 solid-phase extraction and polyclonal   antibody-based immunoaffinity column purification. J Chromatogr B   Biomed Appl 653(2):139-45. Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P. Misra.   1994. Elevated concentrations of ascorbate and normoxia suppress   testosterone production in cultured guinea pig Leydig cells.   Reprod Toxicol 8(4):333-9. Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P. Misra.   1994. Isolation and culture of highly enriched populations of   Leydig cells from guinea-pig (Cavia porcellus) testes. Andrologia   26(4):217-24. Kukucka, Mark A. 1993. Mechanisms by which hypoxia   augments Leydig cell viability and differentiated cell function   in vitro. Dissertation (Ph.D.) -- Virginia Polytechnic Institute   and State University. Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P. Misra. 1993.   The antioxidant defense system of isolated guinea pig Leydig   cells. Mol Cell Biochem 126(1):1-7. Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P.   Misra. 1992. HPLC determination of an oxytocin-like peptide   produced by isolated guinea pig Leydig cells: stimulation by   ascorbate. Arch Androl 29(2):185-90. Kukucka, Mark A. and Hara P.   Misra. 1992. HPLC identification of an oxytocin-like peptide   produced by isolated guinea pig Leydig cells: stimulation by   sodium ascorbate. Mol Androl 4(1-2):160-161. Kukucka, Mark A.   1985. Spatial relationships, behavioral patterns and performance   levels of group-housed domestic rabbits. Thesis (M.S.) --   University of Maryland.

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