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  • Researchers in the Arizona State University Department of Psychology have found rats that underwent the surgical removal of the uterus with ovaries left intact had a memory deficit, suggesting the uterus might have functions beyond reproduction. The study will be published on December 6 in Endocrinology. Heather Bimonte-Nelson, professor of psychology and senior author on the paper, left, and Stephanie Koebele, ASU psychology graduate student and first author on the paper.
    Robert Ewing, ASU Department of Psychology
    Researchers in the Arizona State University Department of Psychology have found rats that underwent the surgical removal of the uterus with ovaries left intact had a memory deficit, suggesting the uterus might have functions beyond reproduction. The study will be published on December 6 in Endocrinology. Heather Bimonte-Nelson, professor of psychology and senior author on the paper, left, and Stephanie Koebele, ASU psychology graduate student and first author on the paper.
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