Cell Death in Reproductive Physiology
Jonathan L. Tilly, Jerome Frank Strauss, Martin Tenniswood
Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 305 pages
An analysis of cell death in reproductive physiology. It examines topics such as the control of apoptosis in the uterus during decidualization and stern cell factor regulation of apoptosis in mouse primordial germ cells.
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Stem Cell Factor Regulation of Apoptosis in Mouse
Developmental Consequences of Programmed Cell Death
Control of Apoptosis in the Uterus During Decidualization
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Acad Sci USA apoptosis apoptotic cell death ascorbic acid atresia Behrman HR Biochem Biol Reprod Bissell MJ blastocyst Cancer Cell Biol cell types cell volume cellular corpus luteum CREM cryptorchid culture decidualization decrease degradation DES-exposed differentiation DNA fragmentation DNase elegans embryos Endocrinology endonuclease endonuclease activity enzyme epithelial cells epithelium estrogen extracellular matrix follicular function gene expression germ cell death gonadotropin granulosa cells growth factor hormone human ICER increase induced inhibition inhibitors interaction kinase levels luteal cells luteal regression luteolysis mammalian mechanisms mediated membrane molecular mouse mRNA Mullerian N-cadherin Natl Acad Sci neonatal normal nuclear nuclei observed oocytes ovary pathway PGF2a Proc Natl Acad progesterone programmed cell death prostate proteases protein reactive oxygen species receptor regulation reproductive response role signal specific steroidogenesis steroidogenic stimulation stromal studies synthesis testis thymocytes Tilly JL tion tissue transcription treatment tumor undergo apoptosis uterine uterus vitro vivo