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GOSSYPOL: A Potential Oral Male Contraceptive

By Thomas Blankenhorn


I. Introduction
II. Occurrence
III. Contraceptive Property Discovery
IV. Clinical Studies
V. Antifertility Effect
VI. Physical Properties
VII. Extraction
VIII. Synthesis
IX. Summary


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