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Figure 1 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: Detection of RUNX2 gene expression in cumulus cells in women undergoing controlled ovarian stimulation

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Distribution of RUNX2 gene expression (A) on patient’s population and statistically significant correlations between ovulation induction factors, such as number of follicles, oocytes, fertilized oocytes (B) and hormone serum levels for E2 (C) and LH (D) respectively. RUNX2 gene expression was determined by real-time PCR for 41 patients and categorized into two groups of patients, with expression and without expression. Expression ratios (RUNX2 copies/G6PDH copies) were used for the evaluation of RUNX2 gene expression.

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