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  1. The aim of this study was to analyse the multigenerational effects of para-nonylphenol (NP) and resveratrol (RES) on the body weight, organ weight and reproductive fitness of outbred CD-1 mice. The data indica...

    Authors: Vendula Kyselova, Jana Peknicova, Daniela Buckiova and Michael Boubelik
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:30
  2. Activin is known to play an important regulatory role in reproduction, including pregnancy. To further examine the role and signaling mechanism of activin in regulating placental function, the steady-state lev...

    Authors: Victor TS Chen, Chun Peng and Peter CK Leung
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:29
  3. The mature mouse egg contains the full complement of maternal proteins required for fertilization, the transition to zygotic transcription, and the beginning stages of embryogenesis. Many of these proteins rem...

    Authors: Meredith E Calvert, Laura C Digilio, John C Herr and Scott A Coonrod
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:27
  4. We have investigated the effects of indomethacin (IM), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, and the role of prostaglandins on the accumulation of leukocytes in the rat ovary during the periovulatory period....

    Authors: Francisco Gaytán, Concepción Morales, Carmen Bellido, Esteban Tarradas and José Eugenio Sánchez-Criado
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:26
  5. Cartilaginous fish are the oldest extant jawed vertebrates and the oldest line to have placentae. Their pivotal evolutionary position makes them attractive models to investigate the mechanisms involved in the ...

    Authors: Chiara Cateni, Luana Paulesu, Elisa Bigliardi and William C Hamlett
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:25
  6. Gonadal hormones have been shown to exert modulatory effects on nociception and analgesia. To investigate the role of gonadal hormones in the response by female rats to both phasic and persistent nociceptive s...

    Authors: Ilaria Ceccarelli, Paolo Fiorenzani, Cosimo Massafra and Anna Maria Aloisi
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:24
  7. During late peri-implantation development, porcine conceptuses undergo a rapid (2–3 hrs) morphological transformation from a 10 mm sphere to a thin filamentous form greater than 150 mm in length. Elongation of...

    Authors: Jason W Ross, Morgan D Ashworth, Amy G Hurst, Jerry R Malayer and Rodney D Geisert
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:23
  8. Testis tumors occur frequently in dogs. The main types of tumors are Sertoli cell tumors, seminomas, and Leydig cell tumors. Mixed tumors and bilateral occurrence of tumors may be encountered frequently. To el...

    Authors: Monique AJ Peters, Jan A Mol, Monique E van Wolferen, Marja A Oosterlaken-Dijksterhuis, Katja J Teerds and Frederik J van Sluijs
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:22
  9. Female opossums are induced into estrus by direct exposure to a non-volatile pheromone in male scentmarks. Juvenile females develop this responsiveness by 150 days of age (days), and earlier (130 days) if expo...

    Authors: John D Harder and Leslie M Jackson
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:21
  10. We recently reported that immature porcine Leydig cells express both somatostatin (SRIF) and SRIF receptor type-2 (sst-2) transcripts. The present study was therefore undertaken to assess whether SRIF might ex...

    Authors: Joanna Fombonne, Zsolt Csaba, Ysander von Boxberg, Amandine Valayer, Catherine Rey, Mohamed Benahmed, Pascal Dournaud and Slavica Krantic
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:19
  11. A characterization of the Amphibian Bufo arenarum oocyte envelope is presented. It was made in different functional conditions of the oocyte: 1) when it has been released into the coelomic cavity during ovulation...

    Authors: Gustavo A Barisone, Isabel E Albertali, Mercedes Sánchez and Marcelo O Cabada
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:18
  12. The microvasculature of the corpus luteum (CL), which comprises greater than 50% of the total number of cells in the CL, is thought to be the first structure to undergo degeneration via apoptosis during luteol...

    Authors: James K Pru, Maureen P Lynch, John S Davis and Bo R Rueda
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:17
  13. The response of Meishan conceptuses to an exogenous precursor for oestradiol-17β biosynthesis was investigated in vitro, to determine whether gestational age or morphological stage of development elicit changes i...

    Authors: Amanda R Pickard, Samuel J Miller and Cheryl J Ashworth
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:16
  14. We recently demonstrated that caspase-3 is important for apoptosis during spontaneous involution of the corpus luteum (CL). These studies tested if prostaglandin F (PGF) or FAS regulated luteal regression, ut...

    Authors: Silvia F Carambula, James K Pru, Maureen P Lynch, Tiina Matikainen, Paulo Bayard D Gonçalves, Richard A Flavell, Jonathan L Tilly and Bo R Rueda
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:15
  15. Substantially less development to the blastocyst stage occurs in vitro than in vivo and this may be due to deficiencies in oocyte competence. Although a large proportion of bovine oocytes undergo spontaneous n...

    Authors: Michele D Calder, Anita N Caveney, Lawrence C Smith and Andrew J Watson
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:14
  16. Estrogens play an important role in the regulation of placental function, and 17-beta-estradiol (E2) production rises eighty fold during human pregnancy. Although term placenta has been found to specifically b...

    Authors: Antonin Bukovsky, Maria Cekanova, Michael R Caudle, Jay Wimalasena, James S Foster, Donald C Henley and Robert F Elder
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:13
  17. Prolactin (PRL) exerts pleiotropic physiological effects in various cells and tissues, and is mainly considered as a regulator of reproduction and cell growth. Null mutation of the PRL receptor (R) gene leads ...

    Authors: Isabelle Grosdemouge, Anne Bachelot, Aurélie Lucas, Nathalie Baran, Paul A Kelly and Nadine Binart
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:12
  18. For the extrapolation of data obtained from experimental animals to the human situation, it is important to know the similarities and differences between human and animal species. Some important characteristic...

    Authors: S Batra, C Iosif, J Al-Hijji and I Larsson
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:10
  19. In the mammalian ovary, great interest in the expression and function of the bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) family has been recently generated from evidence of their critical role in determining folliculogen...

    Authors: Gregory F Erickson and Shunichi Shimasaki
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:9
  20. There is now considerable evidence for the involvement of K+ channels in nitric oxide (NO) induced relaxation of smooth muscles including the myometrium. In order to assess whether apamin-sensitive K+ channels pl...

    Authors: Beata Modzelewska, Anna Kostrzewska, Marek Sipowicz, Tomasz Kleszczewski and Satish Batra
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:8
  21. The progesterone receptor (PR) and androgen receptor (AR) belong to the nuclear receptor superfamily. Two isoforms of PR (A and B) have been identified with different functions. The expression of AR, each isof...

    Authors: Hong Wang, Erika Isaksson, Bo von Schoultz, J Mark Cline and Lena Sahlin
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:7
  22. In most mammals oogonia proliferate by mitosis and begin meiotic development during fetal life. Previous studies indicated that there is a delay in the progression to the first stage of meiotic arrest in germ ...

    Authors: William J Murdoch, Edward A Van Kirk, Kimberly A Vonnahme and Stephen P Ford
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:6
  23. During mammalian testis development distinct generations of fetal and adult Leydig cells arise. Luteinising hormone (LH) is required for normal adult Leydig cell function and for the establishment of normal ad...

    Authors: PJ Baker, H Johnston, M Abel, HM Charlton and PJ O'Shaughnessy
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:4
  24. Several in vivo studies have reported the presence of immunoreactive transforming growth factor-β's (TGF-β's) in testicular cells at defined stages of their differentiation. The most pronounced changes in TGF-β1 ...

    Authors: Bart L Haagmans, Jos W Hoogerbrugge, Axel PN Themmen and Katja J Teerds
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:3
  25. The cell surface mucin MUC1 is expressed by endometrial epithelial cells with increased abundance in the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle, when it is found both at the apical cell surface and in secretio...

    Authors: Neil A Hey, Marcos Meseguer, Carlos Simón, Nechama I Smorodinsky, Daniel H Wreschner, María Elena Ortíz and John D Aplin
    Citation: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2003 1:2

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