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Stem cell preservation for nuclear accidents

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Stem cell preservation for nuclear accidents
Preisegger Karl-Heinz

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Anti-progestin effects of selective progesterone receptor modulators (SPRM) and SPRM-like chemicals in human endometrium

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Anti-progestin effects of selective progesterone receptor modulators (SPRM) and SPRM-like chemicals in human endometrium
Fischer Lara

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Receptor mediated agglutination of human spermatozoa by spermagglutinating factor isolated from Staphylococcus aureus

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Receptor mediated agglutination of human spermatozoa by spermagglutinating factor isolated from Staphylococcus aureus
Kaur S

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Is Sildenafil citrate Affect Endometrial Receptivity? An Immunohistochemical Study

DGYE-2010-0251.R1

Filiz, Serdar (contact)

The authors aimed to investigate the effect of sildenafil citrate on expressions of β3 integrin and Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) which is taking part in endometrium receptivity in implantation window period in controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) performed rats. more

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Involvement of GDF-9, leptin and IGF1 receptors associated with adipose tissue transplantation on fertility restoration in obese anovulatory mice

DGYE-2010-0226.R1

Borra, Ricardo (contact); Júnior, Melquíades; Vidotti, Daniela; Simões, Manuel; da Silva, Ismael

The aim was to analyze the effect of adipose tissue transplantation on growth differentiation factor 9 (GDF9), insulin growth factor 1 receptor (IGF1R), and leptin receptor (LEPR) protein expression in ovaries of obese anovulatory mice. Leptin-deficient female (ob/ob) and wild type mice were divided into untreated ob/ob mice, gonadal white adipose tissue transplanted ob/ob mice, with evaluation after 7, 15, 45 days and compared to control wild-type mice. more

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