5 edition of Trophoblast invasion and endometrial receptivity found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Hans-Werner Denker and John D. Aplin.|
|Series||Trophoblast research ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Denker, Hans-Werner, 1941-, Aplin, John Dalzell, 1952-, Cell Tissue and Organ Culture Study Group. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||RG135 .T76 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 462 p. :|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||90007197|
receptivity of the uterus; apposition of the blastocyst to the endometrial epithelium; adhesion of the trophoblast to the endometrial epithelial cells; invasion of the epithelium, its basal lamina and the endometrial stroma; and placentation, i.e., the establishment of the final vascular arrangement, in humans, a hemochorial and invasion (Enders and Nelson, ). During blastocyst apposition, trophoblast cells adhere to the receptive endo-metrial epithelium. The blastocyst will subsequently anchor to the endometrial basal lamina and stromal extracellular matrix. At this point, the achieved embryo–endometrial linkage can no longer be dislocated by uterine ://(13)/pdf.
Embryo implantation requires that uterine epithelium develops competence to bind trophoblast to its apical (free) poles. This essential element of uterine receptivity seems to depend on a destabilisation of the apico-basal polarity of endometrial epithelium. Accordingly, a reorganisation of the actin cytoskeleton regulated by the small GTPase RhoA plays an important role in human uterine FIGURE Gonadotropin control of the ovarian and endometrial cycles. The ovarian-endometrial cycle has been structured as a day cycle. The follicular phase (days 1 to 14) is characterized by rising estrogen levels, endometrial thickening, and selection of the dominant “ovulatory” follicle. During the luteal phase (days 14 to 21), the corpus luteum (CL) produces
Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity: Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation  Denker, Hans-Werner. Boston, MA: Springer US, ?q="Aplin,+John."&search_field=search_author. Endometrial cells perceive and respond to their microenvironment forming the basis of endometrial homeostasis. Errors in endometrial cell signaling are responsible for a wide spectrum of endometrial pathologies ranging from infertility to cancer. Intensive research over the years has been decoding the sophisticated molecular means by which endometrial cells communicate to each other and with
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The feeling that new avenues of research are open was apparent when an international group of scientists came together at a workshop on "The Cell Biology of Trophoblast Invasion In Vivo and In Vitro" held during the XXIV Annual Meeting of the Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture Study Group (C.T.O.C.) at Heidelberg in Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation are open was apparent when an international group of scientists came together at a workshop on "The Cell Biology of Trophoblast Invasion In Vivo and In Vitro" held during the XXIV Annual Meeting of the Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture › Biomedical Sciences › Immunology.
In: Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity: Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation, Trophoblast Researc.,Vol. 4, (eds.), H.-W. Denker, J.D. Aplin, New York: Plenum Press, pp. 51– Google Scholar Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e.
via the Springer Book Archives) and in › Home › New & Forthcoming Titles. Get this from a library. Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity: Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation. [Hans-Werner Denker; John D Aplin] -- Interest in mechanisms of embryo implantation is increasing, particularly with the realization that failure of implantation after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer places significant limits The inhibitory effect of TGF-β on trophoblast invasion is mediated by endoglin, a member of the TGF-β receptor complex.
Moreover, TGF-β has been reported to enhance the secretion of fibronectins by trophoblast in vitro (reviewed by Benirschke and colleagues 6). All of these observations suggest that TGF-β is a modulator of trophoblast :// /biochemistry-genetics-and-molecular-biology/trophoblast.
A collection of cutting-edge laboratory techniques for the study of trophoblast and placental biology. The techniques presented range from experimental animal models, to animal and human placental organ and cell culture systems, to morphological, biochemical, and molecular strategies for assessing trophoblast/placental growth, differentiation and function.
Volume 1 provides readily Endometrial receptivity 1. Human embryo implantation is a three-stage process (apposition, adhesion and invasion) Implantation involves • embryo apposition and adhesion to the endometrial epithelium • penetration through the epithelium and • invasion of the embryonic trophoblast through the endometrial stroma.
and adhesion to the Trophoblast invasion and endometrial receptivity: novel aspects of the cell biology of embryo implantation edited by Hans-Werner Denker and John D. Aplin （Trophoblast research, v. 4） Plenum Medical Book Co., The Interaction of Trophoblast with Endometrial Stroma have been used for the development of in-vitro models of uterine receptivity That trophoblast invasion is a key phenomenon in this Trophoblast-endometrial interactions at embryo implantation: A cell biological paradox.
In: Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity. Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation. (H.-W. Denker and J.D. Aplin, eds.) (Trophoblast Research, Vol.
New York and London: Plenum Medical Book Comp.,pp. Endometrial Receptivity: Cell Biological Aspects M. Thie, A. Albers and H.-W.
Denker Institute of Anatomy, University of Essen, Medical School, D Essen, Germany The cell biological basis of endometrial receptivity and trophoblast invasiveness, the two preconditions for implantation ("implantation windowtl), still remains :// Dokumente/Thie_et_al_pdf.
Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity. Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation. Plenum Medical Book Comp, New York and London, pp Chevalier J, Bourguet J, Pinto da Silva P () Osmotic gradient reversal induces massive assembly of tight junction strands at the basal pole of toad bladder epithelial :// The field of assisted reproductive technology (ART) has grown significantly in use and understanding over the past few decades, nevertheless, the rates of successful pregnancies in in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures are still relatively low.
Impaired endometrial receptivity (ER) has been identified as the rate-limiting step for favorable pregnancy outcomes once all other factors Meeting,(24th: Heidelberg, Germany) Title(s): Trophoblast invasion and endometrial receptivity: novel aspects of the cell biology of embryo implantation/ edited by Hans-Werner Denker and John D.
Aplin. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Plenum Medical Book Co., c Description: xi, p.: :// The 29 papers contained in this volume look closely at various aspects of what is termed, "The Maternal-Fetal Interface," as it relates to the latest research in placental science.
A substantial section of the book is devoted to the troublesome question of vertical transmission of infectious agents: namely, the HIV-1. • They are the morphological markers for endometrial receptivity and implantation.
5 6. Decidualization • Decidualization is a biological transformation by which the endometrial stromal cells (fibroblast -like) differentiate into a highly specialized secretory epithelioid cell type, termed decidual cellsdecidual ://Denker HW.
Trophoblast – endometrial interactions at embryo implantation: A cell biological paradox. In: Denker HW, Aplin JD, editor. Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation Trophoblast Research.
Vol. 4. New York: Plenum Medical Book; pp. 3– Denker ://Trophoblast Research: Trophoblast Invasion and Endometrial Receptivity - Novel Aspects of the Cell Biology of Embryo Implantation v.
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