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Abstract

Placental growth can be achieved by either cellular proliferation or hypertrophy. Tissue regeneration and the nutrition of the fetus via embryotrophe require high rates of cellular turnover and the so-called pre-term 'maturation' of the placenta is correlated with a reduction of maternal crypt...

Author(s)
Boos, A.; Janssen, V.; Mülling, C.
Publisher
Journals of Reproduction and Fertility Ltd, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Reproduction (Cambridge), 2003, 126, 4, pp 469-480
Abstract

Steroid hormones play an important role in placental development. However, the exact cellular site of hormone action has not been evaluated in bovine placentomes. Thus, the present immunohistochemical study was designed to assess the distribution of progesterone receptors, oestrogen receptors and...

Author(s)
Boos, A.; Kohtes, J.; Stelljes, A.; Zerbe, H.; Thole, H. H.
Publisher
Biochemical Society, Colchester, UK
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 2000, 120, 2, pp 351-360