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Shuai Li and Wipawee Winuthayanon

tract and reach the site of the newly released egg(s) in the oviduct (or Fallopian tube in humans). The oviduct, a part of the female reproductive tract, is a tube-like structure that connects the ovary to the uterus. The oviduct is composed of the

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Zahida Yesmin Roly, Andrew T Major, Alex Fulcher, Martin A Estermann, Claire E Hirst, and Craig A Smith

ducts give rise to the fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and upper part of the vagina. In birds, the homologous structure is the oviduct, the site of albumen and egg shell deposition (reviewed in Roly et al . 2018 ). Proper Müllerian duct formation is

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S E Ulbrich, S Rehfeld, S Bauersachs, E Wolf, R Rottmayer, S Hiendleder, M Vermehren, F Sinowatz, H H D Meyer, and R Einspanier

human Fallopian tube ( Ekerhovd et al. 1999 ). iNOS protein was found in secretory cells toward the oviduct lumen in the supra-nuclear region; therefore, it can be assumed that NO is released into the lumen. It might be of further interest to know

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Ruijin Shao, Emil Egecioglu, Birgitta Weijdegård, Karin Ljungström, Charlotte Ling, Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez, and Håkan Billig

. Mice were killed following deep anesthetization with pentobarbitone sodium and selected whole tissues (lung, liver, fallopian tube, and uterus) were carefully removed and lung tissue was frozen in liquid nitrogen for subsequent Western blot or RT

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Stefan Cuoni Teilmann, Christian Alexandro Clement, Jørgen Thorup, Anne Grete Byskov, and Søren Tvorup Christensen

mouse and the staining pattern of PR in the fallopian tube, ovary, and uterus in the present study is largely comparable ( Gava et al. 2004 ). However, previous studies failed to identify PR in ciliated cells of the oviduct and it was speculated that

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Bee K Tan, Jing Chen, Raghu Adya, Manjunath Ramanjaneya, Vanlata Patel, and Harpal S Randeva

(value below 30 nmol/l was considered to rule out Cushing's syndrome). All subjects suppressed cortisol below 30 nmol/l. Subjects were initially seen at the infertility clinic and then scheduled for laparoscopy in order to assess Fallopian tube(s) patency

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Bee K Tan, Krzysztof C Lewandowski, Joseph Paul O'Hare, and Harpal S Randeva

then scheduled for laparoscopy in order to assess fallopian tube(s) patency. All subjects underwent anthropometric measurements. After an overnight fast, subcutaneous and omental adipose tissues were obtained (0800–1000 h) from six healthy adult female

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Simone Odau, Christoph Gabler, Christoph Holder, and Ralf Einspanier

cells, which supposes that its function is limited to this cell layer. In contrast, the human fallopian tube ( Huang et al. 2002 ) and mouse oviduct ( Huang et al. 2004 ) showed a positive staining for COX-2 in the smooth muscle layer as well as the

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Johan Svensson, Jon Kindblom, Ruijin Shao, Sofia Movérare-Skrtic, Marie K Lagerquist, Niklas Andersson, Klara Sjögren, Katrien Venken, Dirk Vanderschueren, John-Olov Jansson, Olle Isaksson, and Claes Ohlsson

in mouse fallopian tube and uterus: implications for expression, regulation, and cellular function . American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism 291 E59 – E72 . Shao R Ljungström K Weijdegård B Egecioglu E Fernandez

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Linah Al-Alem, Phillip J Bridges, Wen Su, Ming C Gong, Marc Iglarz, and CheMyong Ko

-vitro fertilization. Human Reproduction 11 269 –273. Iwai M , Hori S, Shigemoto R, Kanzaki H, Mori T & Nakanishi S 1993 Localization of endothelin receptor messenger ribonucleic acid in the rat ovary and fallopian tube by in situ