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Zeravan A Mohammed, Robert S Robinson, Rachel Harris, Yasmin McLaughlin, Kaitlin E M Turnbull, George E Mann, and Kathryn J Woad

function ( Sheldon et al . 2002 , Williams et al . 2007 ) or a failure to support early embryo growth including reduced progesterone production ( Mateus et al . 2002 , Williams et al . 2007 ). The secretion of progesterone by the corpus luteum (CL) is

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Ghania Ramdani, Nadine Schall, Hema Kalyanaraman, Nisreen Wahwah, Sahar Moheize, Jenna J Lee, Robert L Sah, Alexander Pfeifer, Darren E Casteel, and Renate B Pilz

of both genders ( Fig. 5G and Supplementary Fig. 5C). Protection from diabetes-induced bone loss in male Col1a1- Prkg2 RQ transgenic mice We recently demonstrated that the bone loss observed in male mice with type 1

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Kimberley C W Wang, Kimberley J Botting, Song Zhang, I Caroline McMillen, Doug A Brooks, and Janna L Morrison

/reperfusion injury in rats exposed to prenatal hypoxia, which may be due to decreased protection against apoptosis ( Li et al . 2003 ). Apoptosis is a programmed cellular death that can be activated by a wide range of physiological and pathophysiological events

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Eric W-F Lam, Kunal Shah, and Jan J Brosens

controls differentiation of this tissue in preparation for embryo implantation. This differentiation process, termed ‘decidualisation’, is characterised first by the secretory transformation of the endometrial glands, followed by an influx of immune cells

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Alison E Wallace, Douglas A Gibson, Philippa T K Saunders, and Henry N Jabbour

(oestrogen and progesterone) secreted by the ovary. If implantation of an embryo does not occur during the progesterone-dominated secretory phase, the functional layer is shed as a consequence of the demise of the corpus luteum. This results in a decline in

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Alice S Green, Xiaochuan Chen, Antoni R Macko, Miranda J Anderson, Amy C Kelly, Nathaniel J Hart, Ronald M Lynch, and Sean W Limesand

cultured rat embryos . Diabetes 42 411 – 419 . doi:10.2337/diabetes.42.3.411 . Flier JS Minaker KL Landsberg L Young JB Pallotta J Rowe JW 1982 Impaired in vivo insulin clearance in patients with severe target-cell resistance to

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Sung Wook Park, Shawna D Persaud, Stanislas Ogokeh, Tatyana A Meyers, DeWayne Townsend, and Li-Na Wei

Odom GL Townsend D 2014 Dystrobrevin increases dystrophin’s binding to the dystrophin-glycoprotein complex and provides protection during cardiac stress . Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology 76 106 – 115 . (

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Seul Gi Kang, Hyon-Seung Yi, Min Jeong Choi, Min Jeong Ryu, Saetbyel Jung, Hyo Kyun Chung, Joon Young Chang, Yong Kyung Kim, Seong Eun Lee, Hyeon-Woo Kim, Hoil Choi, Dong Seok Kim, Ju Hee Lee, Koon Soon Kim, Hyun Jin Kim, Chul-Ho Lee, Yuichi Oike, and Minho Shong

/EDTA-digested E13.5 wild-type (WT) and Crif1 -deficient embryos. SV40-large T antigen was transfected into MEFs for immortalization. Cells were cultured in Dulbecco’s modified Eagle’s medium (DMEM; Hyclone, Logan, UT, USA) supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum

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Emily Panagiotidou, Sophia Zerva, Dimitra J Mitsiou, Michael N Alexis, and Efthymia Kitraki

study is below the reference dose of 50 μg/kg body weight per day that is the currently accepted LOAEL for humans (US Environmental Protection Agency 1988 Bisphenol A (CASRN 80-05-7). Integrated Risk Information System. Available at www

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Silvia Tapia-Gonzalez, Paloma Carrero, Olga Pernia, Luis M Garcia-Segura, and Yolanda Diz-Chaves

microglia and perivascular cells following lethal motor neuron injury . Journal of Neuroimmunology 27 121 – 132 . Hatton WJ von Bartheld CS 1999 Analysis of cell death in the trochlear nucleus of the chick embryo: calibration of the optical disector