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Kushaan Dumasia, Anita Kumar, Leena Kadam, and N H Balasinor

the somatic Leydig cells and Sertoli cells; and germ cells like spermatogonia, pachytene spermatocytes and round spermatids ( Pelt et al . 1999 ). In the efferent ductules, small tubules transporting sperm from the rete testis to the caput epididymis

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Peter J King, Leonardo Guasti, and Ed Laufer

Niemann-Pick C1 cholesterol transporter ( Carstea et al . 1997 , Loftus et al . 1997 ), which has led to the suggestion that, in an Hh binding-modulated fashion, Ptch might transport small molecule regulators of Smo activity. Adding support to this idea

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Raymond W M Kwong and Steve F Perry

Introduction Cortisol is the major corticosteroid in fish, and its effects on transcellular ion transport are well documented (see review by McCormick (2001) ). Increasing evidence suggests that cortisol may also regulate paracellular permeability

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Aline Cordeiro, Luana Lopes Souza, Marcelo Einicker-Lamas, and Carmen Cabanelas Pazos-Moura

( Narayan & Towle 1985 , Serrano-Nascimento et al . 2010 ). Segal et al . (1977) demonstrated that T 3 provokes a rapid increase in 2-deoxyglucose uptake in cultured chick embryo heart cells. This effect was evident within minutes of T 3 addition and

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Meijia Zhang, Haiyan Hong, Bo Zhou, Shiying Jin, Chao Wang, Maoyong Fu, Songbo Wang, and Guoliang Xia

medium contained 0.5% BSA, 2 mM caffeine, 1 nM ANP and/or 1 μM KT5823. Culture medium for embryo development was North Carolina State University (NCSU) 23 ( Petters & Wells 1993 ) containing 0.4% BSA, 75 μg/ml potassium penicillin G and 50 μg

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P Froment, F Gizard, D Defever, B Staels, J Dupont, and P Monget

corpus luteum increases after ovulation. However, if no fertilization or embryo implantation occurs, the corpus luteum regresses and PPARγ expression decreases ( Lohrke et al. 1998 , Viergutz et al. 2000 ) (Fig. 2 ). In chickens, a similar

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Kazuyuki Hoshijima and Shigehisa Hirose

.2) as a dilute freshwater medium and 100 × FW (6 g ocean salt per liter, pH 6.1–6.8) as a concentrated medium (Table 1 ). For long-term acclimation to 1/20 × FW and 100 × FW, 10–25 fertilized embryos reared in 1 × FW were dechorionated at 24 hours post

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G Basini, S Bussolati, S E Santini, F Bianchi, M Careri, A Mangia, M Musci, and F Grasselli

. Wijayagunawardane MP Kodithuwakku SP Yamamoto D Miyamoto A 2005 Vascular endothelial growth factor system in the cow oviduct: a possible involvement in the regulation of oviductal motility and embryo transport . Molecular Reproduction and Development

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Thomas Laeger, Ralf Pöhland, Cornelia C Metges, and Björn Kuhla

neuronal BHBA uptake: diffusion and carrier-mediated transport systems ( Tildon & Roeder 1988 ). Members of the H + -coupled MCT (SLC16A1) family (MCT1, MCT2 (SLC16A7) and MCT4; Morris & Felmlee 2008 ) and members of the solute carrier (SLC) group, the

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Lucy M Hinder, Anuradha Vivekanandan-Giri, Lisa L McLean, Subramaniam Pennathur, and Eva L Feldman

hyperglycemia-induced overproduction of superoxide (O 2 ·− ) by the mitochondrial electron transport chain ( Brownlee 2001 ). Thus, it was proposed that increased glycolytic flux leads to increased hyperglycemia-derived electron donors from the tricarboxylic