Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mary E. Carsten and Jordan D. Miller.|
|Contributions||Carsten, Mary E., Miller, Jordan D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 605 p. :|
|Number of Pages||605|
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many aspects of endometrial physiology remain elusive. This book thoroughly describes the current knowledge on endome-trial function with respect to receptivity and implantation. The text covers both human and murine endometrial function, describing important aspects of immunological, endocrine, and regulatory : Sebastian Gidlöf, Sebastian Gidlöf, Emma Öberg, Emma Öberg. This volume contains the proceedings of the Symposium on Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Periimplantation Processes, held July 15 - 18, , in Boston, Massachusetts. Despite considerable research, the molecular and cellular bases of embryo-uterine interactions are still poorly understood. The. Sarcopenia: Molecular, Cellular, and Nutritional Aspects describes the progressive loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength, defined by Rosenberg in as a hallmark of aging and referred to as “sarcopenia”. As life expectancy continues to increase worldwide, sarcopenia has become a major public health Rating: % positive. The present review focusses on the cytogenetic and molecular aspects which contribute to the pathogenesis of uterine leiomyomas. Here the genetics of leiomyomata and the current understanding of cytogenetic abberations and gene expression with respect to their contributions to the development of these tumors is summarized.
The uterine biopsy specimens of Group FLU showed less inflammation of the stroma but more PMNs in the uterine lumen 8h after AI than that of the control group (P. Soloff MS () In Uterine Function: Molecular and Cellular Aspects (Carsten M.E, Miller J.D.) Plenum Press, New York, pp – CrossRef Google Scholar Bleasdale JE, Johnston JM () Rev Perinatal Med – Google ScholarAuthor: Colin T. Jones, Ahmad Khouja, Daniel Wichelhaus, Helen Warsop. This book thoroughly describes the current knowledge on endometrial function with respect to receptivity and implantation. The text covers both human and murine endometrial function, describing important aspects of immunological, endocrine, and regulatory : Sebastian Gidlöf, Sebastian Gidlöf, Emma Öberg, Emma Öberg. These model systems are being utilized to better understand the molecular mechanisms underlying uterine adenogenesis and endometrial function. The ability of neonatal progestin treatment in sheep and mice to produce infertility suggests that an approach of this kind may provide a contraceptive strategy with application in other by: